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To Have and To Hold

To Have and To Hold

Vintage items can be incorporated in wedding decor in so many different ways. I might be a bit biased, but I love when couples incorporate vintage pieces to fit their wedding style. Better yet, almost any vintage item used in weddings can be brought home and be displayed as part of their home decor.

If you were not sure what to do with vintage items after your wedding day is over, here are some ideas on how to incorporate them in your home decor…

Vintage Typewriter

(left, Meg Perotti;right, Apartment Therapy)

Typewriters are such a fun idea for a guestbook and they make a cool piece to place on your vintage credenza. It sure beats any little trinket!

Vintage Cake Stand Centerpieces

(left, Oh Happy Day; right, Country Living)

Use vintage cake stands as a centerpieces for holiday parties. Farmer’s market flowers look charming on pretty displays like the ones above. I also love the idea of using antique cake stands to display jewelry or perfume bottles, but that deserves a post on its own.

Vintage Candelabra Centerpieces

(left, Martha Stewart; right, Apartment Therapy)

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The classic candelabra centerpiece can be a sleek dining table centerpiece. I’ve also seen people spray paint old candelabras in black to give a modern gothic look.

Vintage Milk Glass Vases

(left, Punam Bean from this fab wedding; right, Apartment Therapy)

Keep a few milk glass vases in different shapes and display them on a shelf. I love the monochromatic/minimalistic look!

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  • I LOVE your website! I shall pass it along to my daughter as well. She is not married yet, but, probably like most young women, loves to ponder over (and dream?) about her marriage to her prince!

    I shall add this site to my favourites!

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