The popularity of glamorous vintage style continues amongst brides for 2010 and 5starweddingdirectory are providing the crème de la crème of suppliers for high-end vintage themed weddings.
From beautiful vintage crockery hire to exquisite garden venues, antique accessories and charming old-fashioned cakes; discerning brides will find that 5starweddingdirectory offers a treasure trove of luxury ideas.
Vintage Teas and RSVP’s provide everything from bonbon dishes to parma violet sweeties whilst the antique crockery from Vintage Tea Sets evoke eras from Victorian to Art Deco and the 1950s. Ruby with Roses ensures your cupcakes will be presented on delicately coloured china adorned with accessories such as dragonflies and embroidered tablecloths. For those wanting a real Mad Hatter’s style tea party, A Most Curious Party goes one step further in providing retro props such as ornately framed artwork and Alice in Wonderland signs beckoning ‘Eat Me’/’Drink Me’.
Food and flowers of a bygone era can be found at The Utterly Sexy Caféwhere tangy lemon sponge with lemon curd butter sit alongside traditional offerings of brandy fruitcake. Chantal Flores Design makes sure that couples are perfectly framed with her beautiful rose and crystal archways whilst Galton Flowers send brides down the aisle with their unique floral art bouquets.
Bespoke shoes by couture designers such as Freya Rose and Emmycan be matched to baroque pearls and crystal hair adornments from Passionate About Vintageand of course, the all-important vintage style wedding dress from elegant, yet glamorous collections such as Kate Edmonson or those featured at couture bridal boutique, Miss Bush.
Finally, for the quintessentially English garden setting, wander through the choice of premium venues such as a luxury country house, Chewton Glen situated on the edge of the New Forest in Hampshire, the Zen Garden at London’s The Hempel or for a more historic backdrop, the wonderfully elegant, Goodwood House.