by: Lauren

Milk glass. It’s kind of an obsession of mine. Every time I’m in a thrift store or antique shop, and I see a piece of milk glass, I have to have it- if it’s at the right price of course. Milk glass is seen in a lot of DIY weddings. I think it’s great for any type of wedding- vintage, modern, chic- the white plays into a lot of styles really well. Why DIY you ask? There aren’t many milk glass pieces that are large enough to have huge, intricate arrangements- just stick a few stems of flowers in a compote or bud vase, and you’re done. Not going the complete DIY route? A lot of florists have milk glass vases because brides love them so much. If you’re planning on exclusively using milk glass, and a lot of it, I would recommend trying to find a florist or planner who has milk glass available to rent.

 

Inspiration Board: Milk Glass

Row 1: Multiple vases, Centerpiece with greenery, Moss centerpiece

Row 2: Bud vase, Large vases, Pitcher

Row 3: Compote Vase, Small Vase, Multiple Vases

 

Clean, fresh, and simple. I love milk glass! Especially because a) I can’t arrange flowers for the life of me and b) they’re perfect for everything. If you’re having a DIY wedding, milk glass is the way to go!¬†Who’s planning on using milk glass in their wedding, and what flowers are you thinking about using? Any tips you’ve discovered or good sources for finding the vases? Leave a comment and share with us!

 

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Inspiration Board: Milk Glass

Lauren

Owner & Editor at Every Last Detail
Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.
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8 responses to Inspiration Board: Milk Glass

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  1. WeddingXpert

    I adore milk glass! It’s incredibly retro and rustic, perfect for all those vintage inspired weddings that need a touch of the country.

  2. Album Boutique Team

    I love milk glass! They are so pretty, but unique, and you can turn a venue into soft romance. Tahnks for sharing!

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  4. kendall

    I think incorporating milk glass in a wedding is a great idea. I think there is a point where a bride could overdo it though. But its a great idea that would add beauty to a wedding indeed!

    http://www.wedding-resource.com/?p=2605

  5. Gina

    I borrowed a collection of different sizes and shapes of milk glass that a bride had used at her wedding for a bridal shower. We filled each piece of the milk glass with dark red roses and the contrast was beautiful!

  6. Lucia

    I want that pitcher!!

  7. cheryl

    Thanks for posting these beautiful photos with Milk Glass! I blogged about Milk Glass today and linked to your photos! Hugs and Blessings! ~Cheryl

  8. samantha

    I saw an article in marta stewart living years ago about putting candles inside milk glass – it glows beautifully.

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