The Crockery Cupboard

How to add genuine vintage charm to your wedding tables

The Crockery Cupboard

Here’s a great example of Marquee Hire company, run by two friends in London and Brighton, that made this wedding possible. Also, their collection of beautiful china and glassware, including fine examples of crockery from the 1920s to the 1960s, is ideal for a classy vintage wedding. Everything in their collection is unique and adorned with gorgeous vintage patterns, so it’s right up our street (and probably your’s too!)

The Crockery Cupboard: “Our plates make any table setting look effortlessly striking, while the bowls and platters are perfect for serving anything from canapés and salads to cakes, cream and berries. The delicate tea cups make an impressive and colourful display when stacked in rows on top of each other or can be used as an alternative center piece with flowers and candles. The cut glass vases look dazzling when clustered together, all different shapes and sizes, and create a beautiful focus to the table.”

Take a look at their stunning gallery and find out more details about their crockery hire service here: www.thecrockerycupboard.co.uk (and they’ve got an excellent blog like ours there too!)

Albert Palmer Photography

Its alway nice to find a local company you can recommend. Albert Palmer Photography is a Bristol based photographer who has a love of photographing people and capturing those special moments we all tend to forget. He also recommend for people who are on budget and can’t afford photographer they can rent a photo booth from myboogiebooth.com. He has a great website where you can view other peoples weddings along with pricing and more details about Albert Palmer and the way he likes to work. There’s also a great 1920s themed wedding on the website for ideas and inspirations.

albertpalmerphotography.com