Vintage China Hire, Event Styling, Floristry and Traditional Pick'n;Mix Sweets

By: Vintage Teas & RSVPs Vintage China Hire  11/05/2009
Keywords: weddings, wedding services, event planning

Vintage Teas & RSVPs will provide for hire vintage crockery, cutlery and glassware for an afternoon tea for 2 to 300 and dinner for up to 175 together with complimentary accessories. Our vintage crockery is sourced by Rebecca, who travels the country to find genuine and beautiful pieces including many well known porcelain manufacturers such as Coalport, Royal Albert, Minton and Paragon to name but a few. Our ever expanding collection of vintage china combines a whimsical assortment of patterns and designs dating from the mid 1800’s through to the 1950's to create a truly eclectic vintage style for your event.

Vintage Teas & RSVPs can also bring an "olde traditional sweet shope" theme to your event with our sweet filled apothecary jars, cut glass bon bon dishes and bowls. Available of an event of any size and type, from weddings of 70 to corporate events for 500 all of which are individually styled so that no two sweet tables are the same.

With over 12 years industry experience Vintage Teas & RSVPs can be trusted to manage the more stressful and time consuming aspects of planning your event. We will work closely with you, employing our creative flair, providing inspiration and assistance in developing your own ideas as required to ensure the styling of you vintage event is picture perfect, realising and exceeding your expectations.We have long established relationships with talented industry professionals who assist in  creating the vintage event of your dreams.You will be safe in the knowledge that you can arrive at your venue on the day assured that everything is taken care of from the basic logistics to the finishing touches.

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