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A La Crate Vintage Rentals

Filed in Advice, Wedding — July 10, 2013

Photo by Lori Compas


One of my favorite vendors is A La Crate Vintage Rentals.  Here is what they say about their business: “We are a vintage, reclaimed and custom rental warehouse stocked with large collections and one-of-a-kind props to complete your wedding, event, design project and photo shoot needs with personality and style. Our goal is to alleviate the legwork of finding and reselling vintage items for one-time use. We want to promote a culture of do-it-yourself (D.I.Y.) creativity that appreciates the quality and value of the past, breaking the cycle of buy-use-waste. Together, Sarah and Jeff Mullins created A LA CRATE to share these collections with you.”

Be sure to check out their photo gallery of some of the amazing props they have for rent.  We used them for my own daughter’s wedding (umbrella in photo) last September.

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