Vintage, Antique and Reused
Reusing Vintage Vases in Weddings and EventsI've started collecting vases for Gorgeous and Green customers interested in renting vintage collections of vases for their wedding or event. It takes some time and dedication, but so far I have almost two collections ready to go and a couple in progress. Here is my current collection of white milk glass vases:
There are some really cool designs. So far my favorite is the bubbled vase that actually doubles as a candle holder.And my vintage green glass collection:
This collection is actually two-toned, a slightly brighter kelly green and a darker grass green.
My favorite is the long stemmed dish on the right, so delicate.I have a huge collection of clear glass vases that I've been gathering from the last weddings I've done. Although they aren't vintage, they will lower the price for customers and act as a truly sustainable way to add decor to their events. I also just recently purchased some large vases that are made from recycled glass, which I plan to rent to customers. Talk about a sustainable practice! Besides buying recycled and reused, I always go biodegradable. Glass, rubber, wood or metal. Never plastic. It makes it a lot more difficult to find cool and updated styles on a budget. But I hope by creating these vase collections, I can reduce the price for my customers by allowing them to rent. I've started a vintage red collection and a blue collection, but I'm finding it harder to get the really cool vase shapes in those colors. Still looking... I hope to show you some pics when they're more complete. In green and reusability, G&G