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    • JulieO99
      CommentAuthorJulieO99
      Posted: Oct 22nd 2014
     
    hi
    i am looking for decorations with a vintage touch somewhere near milton keynes if possible anyone have any ideas for me please
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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Oct 22nd 2014
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    Have you used the request a brochure on here? That might be able to help you out a lot.

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    • CommentAuthorJessica29792
      Posted: Oct 22nd 2014
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    With a vintage theme you can always make a lot of your decorations. We are also having a vintage theme for our wedding and I am going to be making all our decorations. I am saving up glass jars etc. to decorate up with lace, ribbon, and twine. I have done a few for around the home which look lovely and I think I have a photo in my albums if you want to have a look for a little inspiration? :) The vintage theme is lovely because it can be made very unique for each individual and it allows for the use of old battered things such as old suitcases and it won't look odd. We have bought an old suitcase which we are going to be using for cards and just decorate it up a little to match the theme xx
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    • MinkyM
      CommentAuthorMinkyM
      Posted: Oct 22nd 2014
     
    In my opinion there is more than one 'vintage' theme. I think of vintage as gatsby style glamour whilst another person may think of it as being the shabby chic sort of look

    It just depends what you would like?
 
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