Ever wanted help sourcing vintage items for your wedding, event, project, home, photo shoot or business? No time to dedicate to your search? Struggling for knowledge of the best places to look for genuine pieces at a fair price?
Look no further, we’d like to introduce you to Vintage4Design, the vintage concierge service that can help you find those extra special vintage items that you’ve dreamt about for your wedding! Whether you’re a bride or a planner/designer, Vintage4Design, a partnership between lifestyle brand ‘Slayleigh James’ and vintage purveyor ‘Cabootle,’ can help you source items through their extensive network of vintage traders, auction houses and estate management companies. So how does it work? As a bride, you’d let them know what items you’re looking to source for your wedding and their concierge will let you know what they have in stock.
For planners, designers, and stylists requiring multiple vintage pieces, they’ll work with you on a dedicated search to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. As they search, you can provide them with links to any mood boards you’ve created showcasing the looks you’re going for to give their team a better idea of your style. As they source items for you, Vintage4Design will create an online catalog of items they’ve found that match your profile/wish list and you simply let them know which of the items you’d like to purchase. Industry professionals may even sign up for a pro-account giving them special access to Vintage4Design’s extensive inventory before the general public and allowing them to receive discounted, below retail store pricing.
No longer do you have to scour antique stores and flea markets for the perfect thing! It sounds like a dream- someone who actually has the time to shop for the vintage items you want to use in your wedding, and believe it or not, there’s no upfront enrollment or finder fees!
So visit their site and register today. Due to the nature of their business, many items never make it to their website before selling to designers so it’s best to contact them directly for specific requests. Oh, and need some vintage design inspiration? Check out their lovely tumblr blog or visit them on Pinterest.