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Hiring your wedding crockery

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Hiring or ‘borrowing’ some aspects for your wedding can be a great way to save on time, stress and money. You can hire your table linen, crockery and some brides are even hiring their wedding dress. Using wedding hire companies often means you can find a fantastic selection of ideas at a much more economic cost. We’re taking a closer look at hiring wedding crockery for your reception.

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With lots of pastel tones hitting the catwalks this season, it appears that the trend for all things whimsical and vintage is not going anywhere any time soon. A vintage style wedding gives off connotations of old fashioned romance, and the classically elegant style will look timeless whenever you say ‘I do’.

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If you want to go all out with your vintage theme then vintage crockery at your wedding reception is a great place to start. Vintage Touch is a unique style shop that specialises in vintage crockery in Ireland – to hire or to buy. They have some beautiful matching pieces such as the gorgeous pink tea cups we have pictured. But the great thing is that vintage crockery looks its best when it’s got a mismatched and eclectic feel to it, so you can hire a range of designs that will all complement each other perfectly.

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This month Vintage Touch have shared some of their beautiful designs with us. Laura Menary from Vintage Touch also gives us her thoughts on why hiring vintage crockery has become such a hit with brides:

‘With celebrities such as Lilly Allen opting for country garden themed affairs, it’s hardly surprising that the last twelve months have seen a huge rise in the use of vintage china at weddings. It’s not just celebrity endorsement that is making vintage an attractive option for brides-to-be. The fantastic thing about hiring vintage china is that it doesn’t have to be expensive. Our prices start from 45p so you can have the wow factor without breaking your vintage piggy bank.’

*All images courtesy of Vintage Touch www.vintagetouch.co.uk



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