Now we're geared up and ready for weekly updates here. We plan on highlighting our favorite new finds from all of our inventory categories, including a whole new one, linens & furniture!
First up, our top 2013 finds for Rustic Decor! We're working on getting all of these listed on our website, www.momentarilyyours.com. Click here to contact us and inquire about their availability!
#5: Oil Cans
These galvanized oil cans would make beautiful vases, or you could use them to stash sparklers for a grand exit. They rent for $5 apiece and we currently have 3 in our inventory!
#4: Metal Flower Frogs
#4: Metal Flower Frogs
These worn metal flower frogs can be used for floral arranging, sure, but we think they' be even cooler as table number holders, photo displayers, or even for labeling items on a buffet. They rent for $2 each, and we currently have 2 in our inventory, but hope to get more soon!
#3: Bronze Birdcage & Pedestal Stand
This find is a little tricky to include on a Top 5 list since it's really like 2 items in one! This bronze birdcage comes on a great pedestal stand. Put them together and display pillar candles on it, or separate them and use the bottom as a cake stand and the top as a cage for over a floral display. You can rent the top and the bottom separately for $4 each, or the two pieces together for $7.
#2: White Wooden Planter with Chalkboard Sign
This chippy estate sale find has two of our favorite things: weathered wood and a chalkboard! We envision it holding cards (as evidenced in the photo above), programs, or flowers, but the possibilities really are endless. You can rent it for $3.
#1: Chicken Feeder Trays
This one might seem strange, but these former farm implements can find new life at your next event as chic trays! We used them at a July 6th wedding to corral vases and votive holders in the centerpieces (see the picture below). Perfect for adding just a little country flair to your tablescapes. Imagine lining the bottoms and filling them with candy or appetizers! The 5 small trays rent for $3 each, the medium one for $5, and the large (not pictured) for $8.
(Don't worry, we'll share more photos and styling secrets from this wedding next week).
What do you think of our favorite rustic finds for 2013 (thus far)? Fingers crossed that we'll find more to share soon!