A Vintage Tea Party

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A true love of all things vintage…

Having to justify my obsession with buying tea cups and vintage items, I started A Vintage Tea Party in 2011. Now in our third year, we have amassed well over 500 beautiful cups and saucers, along with tea pots, cakes stands, and vintage props galore. We also hire vintage fabric bunting to decorate your marquee or reception area, vintage suitcases and trunks, box cameras and typewriters. Also for hire are my vintage framed chalkboards to welcome your guests or to use as a table plan. Our artist Amy is also on hand to make your chalkboard unique and to match the theme of your day. There are six to choose from in silver, gold and white, with the biggest, at 5ft being perfect for a stunning seating plan. We offer a styling service, which take the stress out of setting up allowing you to enjoy your special day stress free. We love to make your dessert table look beautiful or your bunting hang perfectly. Having over 100 weddings under our belt, we know many of the local venues and other vendors well.

Based in Aberdeen, we would love to meet with you in our vintage styled summerhouse, adorned with twinkly fairy lights, to discuss your dreams and ideas for your wedding and how we can help you achieve them. We now know what works for the vintage inspired bride and would love to share with your our experience and inside wisdom.

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All Vintage Wedding Collection Members receive free vintage framed chalkboard hire with any booking – you choice of colour and size (artwork not included)

Please mention the Vintage Wedding Collection at the time of placing the booking to receive this offer.

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Our address

Address:
Aberdeen
GPS:
57.149717, -2.094278000000031
Telephone:
07722 409323
hazel@avintageteaparty.com
Web:
http://www.avintageteaparty.com/

Twitter - @avintagetea, Instagram - hazelvintage, Pinterest - hazeljwilliams

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