Today’s inspiration feature brings you some LOVELY vintage goodness. Fabienne Laveau of Wedding Muse designs and styles fresh flower arrangements, brooch bouquets, and now vintage table settings!
Thinking of having an intimate, vintage wedding or going vintage-chic for your bridal shower?? Well, let Fabienne’s place settings melt your mind and vision:
My love for flowers, gardens, vintage and romance has been with me as long as I can remember. Fortunate to incorporate those loves into a business, especially vintage, is a dream come true. When put together with a professional, creative eye, vintage can be romantic, glamorous, funky, quirky, glamorous, traditional and all of the above. That is why I love it – I have yet to meet the bride that doesn’t melt for it. It is also a lovely way to incorporate generational ideas. Best of all, there is nothing more satisfying to me than searching second hand stores for special pieces and embellishments, inspired by a particular bride and her tastes. My offerings include fresh flower arrangements, sparkle bouquets, vintage collections, styling, DYI consultations…and more!
Certainly a jack of all trades, insanely creative, and uber talented (I am so very jealous). I am warning you now peoples, this post is IMAGE-HEAVY! I have been sucked into Wedding Muse‘s vintage dream world, and I do not intend to leave it soon …. enjoy …
The muse herself, Fabienne, holding an amazing honeycomb bouquet!
How GORGEOUS is this next one? Could you imagine your entire wedding like this!?
I am in love with this vintage inspiration setup. Your guest book or card box next to these vintage details? To. Die. For.
What a creative, vintage (and easily DIY!) idea for table numbers!
Click inside for more inspiration photos, sample vintage table settings, and some shots of Fabienne’s famous brooch bouquets!
This sample vintage table settings display would be PERFECT for a vintage bride’s shower!
More from Fabienne:
In addition to fresh flower arrangements, I have my version of the wonderful brooch bouquets – I have distinguished mine by constructing them with stands made from candle holders, vases, etc. They are carried just like a bouquet, and then can be stood up, a feature I quite like, and has been popular with brides. I have also sold them for anniversary gifts, etc.
Thank you again to Fabienne & Wedding Muse for sharing all these fabulous pictures with us – don’t wait, fan her Facebook page and call her today!Pin It