Why settle for ordinary when you can choose extraordinary? A beautiful dish becomes extraordinary when you pair it with another beautiful plate. This is what we do best at RM Vintage Table, we love what we do! We hope you do too!
My grandmother was the one person who influenced me the most. One of her greatest joys was looking for yard sales that were selling dishes. We always stopped to look at them. My grandmother was a busy woman raising 7 children and raising her sister's children, but she always made time for her grandchildren.
As a young girl, my grandmother gave me my first "dish"...It was a piece of Indiana Carnival Glass candy dish and I still have it!
This week I acquired 5 pieces of Carnival Glass, only this time they are amber colored stemware....So thrilled to add these to my collection! They remind me so much of my grandmother!
I hope you will agree they are beautiful and I can't wait to use them!!!
I love weddings! And I love being a small part of the happiness that is shared on that special day! RM Vintage Table delivers, set ups, pick ups and washes all that beautiful tableware to make your special day as relaxing as possible!
There is a saying, "a picture is worth a thousand words"... Oh the memories we long to cherish & share over time....
Here at RM Vintage Table we see beauty instead of blemishes in our tableware and all things vintage!
Take that border you put your photo in and make it almost as beautiful as the moment itself! Vintage jewelry softens the borders and makes the memory even more special! ..... Use these "moments" to decorate reception tables, or sprinkle around the venue to personalize your wedding.
Here is a beautiful frame I took and added a softer touch! I used two broaches and 3 dangling earrings! Blessings & Love! Marta
I'm just an old fashioned girl who loves most things from the late 1800's to the early 1900's but who also happens to love modern conveniences! I love the old plantation homes, the wrap around porches with swings, garden fresh food, & the flower gardens so many homes had. Yet, I am thankful for air conditioning especially here in the South!
Recently, I had the privilege of being part of a wedding in a gorgeous old home with those beautiful wrap around porches and rich history of days gone by. As I was decorating the tables, I imagined all the social events that have taken place on those porches over the years. Weddings, family dinners, engagement parties, birthday celebrations....it was incredible to think how many people have graced those porches and the house with life events. Inside, the house had the lovely rich wood, the polished floors, the high ceilings and tall doors...it was fun to imagine living there throwing a celebration for family and friends.
The house had all the Southern charm complete with a bride and groom ready to share a lifetime of love. I know RM Vintage Table was happy to be a part of making new memories!
It is almost summer and wedding season is quickly upon us. As I prepare for my next wedding on May 20, excitement always sets in as I seek to set the tables with beauty, character and charm for the bride's guests. The venue is a large plantation home still owned by the original family for many generations, rich with history; just as there is abundant history associated with my china that has graced many tables over the years....I stop to ponder what memories were made around those tables from years gone by. I know on May 20 many more conversations and memories will be made that will become precious to the bride and groom and their guests.....Blessings and Love, Marta
Here at RM Vintage Table we like to take the past and mix it with the present for a stunning New look, one that suits the personality of our guests.....Entertaining in the South means great conversation over amazing food and a beautifully decorated table.... We call that Southern Hospitality at its' finest!
All things new.....why not use a vintage serving bowl for a new planter?.....a beautiful new look from one generation to another! I have taken a Johann Haviland, Bavaria, blue garland pattern from the early 1980's and used it to create a new planter.