Itsy Bitsy Vintage at The Midland Wedding Open Day

Following on from our short blog about Anthony Padgett, a featured supplier at The Midland Wedding Open Day we spoke to Carol from Itsy Bitsy Vintage who will also be at the hotel on Sunday to discuss planning your perfect vintage wedding.

Itsy Bitsy Vintage outside The MidlandItsy Bitsy Vintage is an experienced service for vintage loveliness in Lancashire, Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales. For vintage weddings, celebratory tea parties and unique events, Itsy Bitsy offers vintage china hire for up to 120 people, bunting, prop hire and vintage styling.

With authentic vintage china, a wide collection of vintage and antique props from the Edwardian period through to the early 1960′s, they work with clients to add a period feel to their celebrations and compliment the architecture of their chosen venue. Whether you choose a fun eclectic seaside celebration, a summer English tea party or a glamorous Great Gatsby wedding, Itsy can help create your look. 

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Itsy Bitsy Vintage with Wayne HemingwaySince launching two years ago, Itsy Bitsy Vintage have styled unique period weddings at The Midland hotel, creating bespoke pieces and ensuring that no two celebrations are ever the same. They also recently styled the vintage centrepieces at the Torch Club Ball at The Midland for the prestigious Vintage By The Sea Festival under the curatorial hands of internationally renown designers Wayne and Geraldine Hemingway.

Meet Itsy Bitsy Vintage at The Midland Wedding open day on Sunday 27th October. at the Midland Hotel or see the many professional photographs of our work on their website ,  Facebook page or Pinterest galleries.

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