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POSH 101 | Vintage Glassware

Just a few of our new Amber and Vaseline goblets in the POSH Vintage Collection.

For those of you who love your stemware to match perfectly--great. There is definitely a time and place for that. But for those of you jumping on the vintage bandwagon of mixing and matching not only different patterns and shapes but different eras as well, we're right there with you. This trend has taken off in the last year, and we are excited to be a part of it with the POSH Vintage line.

After spending weekends out and about and evenings online sourcing the best vintage tablewares from antique and estate sales, you can be certain that our collection has something for everyone. From amber and vaseline goblets to pink, purple, green, red, and blue cordials, aperitifs, flutes, and tumblers, we definitely have your vintage bar covered.

Gorgeous pink and blue vintage goblets from the POSH Vintage Collection.

A few tips and tricks we've picked up when playing with vintage glassware:
1. Limit the number of colors you use unless they are in the same color family. We love mixing pinks and purples, for example.
2. Don't be afraid to mix up patterns. The vintage collection is picked by color but comes in an assortment of stemware, from honeycomb cut crystal patterns to swirl-cut tumblers. The more eclectic the mix, the more distinctive and sophisticated the tabletop or bar appears.
3. Mix in your own collection. If you're like us, you have a range of goblets and stemware passed down from family members or from your wedding registry that looks lovely, but you've used them enough that you'd like to spruce up your next event with a bold collection of styles. Adding vintage to your tabletop makes everything new again.
4. Check out the latest on wedding blogs. Our favorite It Girls, from Kate Bosworth to Blake Lively have used vintage in their weddings. We are always seeing something on Style Me Pretty or Martha Stewart Weddings that inspires us.

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