The Best of Wedding Vintage Glassware
One more from Veronica Varos makes me want to know the story behind the citrus slices. Looks great!
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Jme - Hi, that’s actually a picture from my wedding!!!!!!! We had a vintage inspired wedding in the mountains of Western Pennsylvania and I wanted to use simple decorations as not to detract from the beautiful scenery. My aunt and I did all of the decorations and flowers. I collected antique mason jars at yard sales, flea markets, and online and then used fruit and a variety of summer flowers. The citrus was symbolic of the colors from the wedding…each girl wore a different color…lime green, orange, yellow, light pink, and a dark grapefruit pink. This particular picture was taken from the dessert table, both of those jars once belonged to my grandmother, and the crate was from my grandfather’s fruit stand… All of the centerpieces were similar.
This is a very organic and nature-filled decoration sent to us by Derek Martinez Photography.
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Kaitlin - I can’t quite tell if this is a parody website or not, but you do realize that those are gumballs in the mason jar and that gumballs are not nature. Thus, it is not nature-filled.
Chris Lin - Oh, drat. Thanks for pointing that out! By nature-filled I meant the wood section and the various other flora. Sorry for any confusion!
The groom at this wedding from Veronica Varos is a well-known chef, so the food was “to die for”.
Toy cameras are fun and add to that vintage feel. Jessica Schilling out of Los Angeles is brave for shooting one at a wedding.
Waukesha, Wisconsin-based Andy Stenz brings us this bridal bouquet in a blue jar.
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