Friday Favorites: Inventory Inspiration

Creamy and dainty, milk glass is great as a centerpiece and adds a charming vintage element to any event. Milk glass was first made in the 16th century in Venice, Italy and came in many different colors including pink, brown, blue, yellow, and of course, white. In the Gilded Age the pieces were incredibly intricate and are highly collectible. Milk glass had great popularity in the United States during the Great Depression as it was distributed for free or at a very low cost. Some manufacturers even gave it away in food boxes or for simply coming into their business. With so many interesting shapes and patterns, milk glass is still highly collectible and comes in many forms from vases to pedestals and everything in between.  Why not rent some for your next event?

milk glass and blush floral centerpieces

{source: Maggie Conley Photography via Style Me Pretty}

succulent centerpieces

{source: Tana Photography via Style Me Pretty}

farmers market inspiration

{source: The Pinwheel Collective via Rustic Wedding Chic}

milk glass candy bar

{source: Eldad Efendi Photography via Style Me Pretty}

milk glass and yellow flowers

{source: Autumn Burke Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs}

milk glass floral and succulent centerpieces

{source: Half Orange Photography via Style Me Pretty}

succulent favors

{source: Hello Studios via Ruffled}

wood crates and milk glass display

{source: Jeffrey C. Gleason Photography via Rustic Wedding Chic}

Curious as to what milk glass we carry?  Why not check out our collection?

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