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wedding trend: mismatched vintage tables

One of my all-time favorite vintage wedding trends is mismatched tables. I’ve been asked for vintage tables so much lately, and honestly, they lend themselves well to almost any wedding venue. I have a September bride using a vintage table as her guestbook table in the grand ballroom of the Bourbon Orleans Hotel! I’ve had wedding planners use my vintage tables as cake tables, sweetheart tables, and gift tables. I’ve even decked out a French Quarter courtyard in vintage tables. It’s such a charming trend, I can’t wait to do a FULL seated dinner with vintage tables! Ahhh a girl can dream. Here are a few of my favorite inspiration photos. Enjoy ~ Julia

Mrs. Vintage blog- Farm Table Jose Villa A sweet and simple tablescape photographed by Jose Villa. And I can’t be certain, but those plates look to be from Heath Ceramics. Read my blog on Heath Ceramics here!

Mrs. Vintage Blog-  marina locke photography

How adorable is this sweets table!!? Photo: Marina Locke

Mrs. Vintage Blog- Jill Thomas Photography Don’t even get me started on mismatched chairs. LOVE! Photo: Jill Thomas

Mrs Vintage Blog- Greer G Photography

Mrs. Vintage Kate Buffet, Greer G Photography Styling by Elyse of Tying the Knot Wedding Coordination!

Mrs. Vintage Blog- benjamin edwards photography Benjamin Edwards Photography 

Mrs. Vintage blog- tiny water photographyThis is just to die for. Tiny Water Photography 

Mrs. Vintage blog- intimate weddings blogLove pairing vintage tables with vintage stands & trays. Side note, look at all that CHEESE! Yum. Photo: Intimate Weddings

Mrs. Vintage blog- Jay Eades Photography Farm table with a birdcage centerpiece. Photo: Jay Eades

Mrs. Vintage blog via dearest nana blog

Via Dearest Nana Blog 

Mrs. Vintage blog- maggpie vintage rentals

One amazing sweetheart table! Vintage rentals by Maggpie Vintage Rental Co. 


  1. I love this also! Great post and very cute photo round-up. I just finished making invites to our dinner reception thing, before the wedding. It saved us a lot of money, plus really ended up looking rather awesome. Since we only have to make about a dozen, it makes sense. I couldn’t even imagine doing 100 of those myself though… whew. I think people really like feeling your (the couple’s) intentions or warmth, and these types of details make those feelings known! I like it.

  2. Natalie says

    I love love love vintage mismatched tables! So many options 🙂

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