Couples tying the knot these days have endless options for making their celebration as beautiful as it is unique. Familiar with that fact themselves, Lauren and the team at Belovely, wanted to share some ways that brides + grooms-to-be could create a gorgeous wedding ceremony using vintage furniture rather than the standard chair set ups. It took absolutely no convincing to get us on board with that idea!
Lauren tells it, Using mismatched vintage chairs is a very popular option for ceremony set ups, however we feel that companies, such as Maggpie Vintage Rentals, are constantly sourcing and collecting new items allowing the newly engaged even more options that they maybe can’t envision or haven’t thought of yet. Their Grace Double Seated Pews offer such a perfect way to seat your guests (in pairs! how romantic?!) while still giving your wedding a warmth and retro vibe.
Let’s take a peek at the setting Lauren designed, captured on camera by Colleen Stepanian…
The Belovely girls also executed the shoot’s pretty florals. From a pretty air plant bouquet, to a full ceremony installation, the palette and ingredients are totally on point!
We’re still majorly loving vintage rug-lined aisles. What about you?
^^ What a great shot! ^^
Guys! Tell us about your ceremony ideas or any unique pieces your incorporating into your day. Just leave a comment below.
And big thanks to the following creatives for sharing this lovely organic-meets-bohemian editorial today!
photography: Colleen Stepanian Photography // venue name: Terrain at Styers, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania // event design: Belovely // planning: Belovely // florals: Belovely // hair stylist: Gina of True Beauty Marks // makeup artist: Gina of True Beauty Marks // models: Elizabeth & Patrick Ferguson // rentals: Maggpie Vintage Rentals // wedding dress: Anna Campbell from Lovely Bride // headpiece: Elisha Caplan // veil: Elisha Caplan