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Nyki + Ryan’s Vintage Rustic Wedding

January 30, 2012

Details, details, details!  This wedding is loaded with the most gorgeous little touches and beautiful decor!  If you love vintage rustic, you are going to absolutely love this wedding!  Nyki and Ryan’s decor was centered around natural elements of succulents, grape wood, wooden slabbed centerpieces, all mixed with vintage touches of golds, whites, silvers & neutrals.

Mismatched silver, milk glass and vintage pieces were used for vessels for tabletops, the sign-in table, and other focal areas for design.

‘Stella,’ a natural wooden desk was used for a guest sign in table where guests shared the ‘keys to a successful’ marriage with the newlyweds.  A desk or buffet can make for a great table for these focal areas.  We love pulling out the drawers for additional storage and to add some interest.

Vintage goblets were used for floral containers as well as water goblets for the guests.  Mixing up natural elements of succulents, iron pieces, silver and glass make for a casual but put together look.  The gorgeous florals were all designed by Krista Jon, aren’t these amazing?!

A cute way to have guests leave a little note in addition to a traditional guest book.  How fun would this be to display in your living room after the wedding day?!  Art with memories, love!!

Our ‘Sonoma’ tables make for great guest tables, but also for a beverage station!  Here we have displayed various cake stands & cut glass coffee mugs for this evening beverage station.

A rustic arch canopy was created for the ceremony, and later was turned into the Sweetheart table where the newlyweds enjoyed dinner.  A great way to be able to re-purpose your ceremony florals and site!  Our rustic table is the perfect size for a sweetheart table.  Pair a few padded farm chairs, and you’ve got a great spot for a first dinner as Mr. & Mrs.!

Hanging chandeliers always make for a great addition.  Chalkboards with table names and guest seating is an easy and stylish way of guiding gusts to their seats for the evening.

A hot trend we will continue to see this year is the use of wooden slabs for bases of centerpieces.  We have great, thick wooden blocks that help feature your floral centerpieces.   Don’t you love this look?

Photography:  Priscila Valentina Photography | Floral Design:  Krista Jon | Video:  Russell Fowler Studios | Rentals:  Archive Vintage Rentals

Items from the Inventory:  ‘Stella’ desk, ‘Sonoma’ guest tables, mismatched guest seating, wooden slabs, milk glass, green water goblets, vintage water goblets, silver goblets, chalkboards and signage, arbor, chandeliers, rustic vintage tables, vintage benches, vintage cake stands, amber colored glassware.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 3, 2012 7:58 am

    Archive vintage – loved your photo spread of your rustic wedding, the arch and sweetheart table are just fabulous!!!!

  2. Mary Desmond permalink
    February 3, 2012 11:14 pm

    these are amazing. I love the arch!

  3. March 12, 2012 8:26 am

    I also love the arch. And dual purposing at the reception. Very cool

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