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Classic Finds: Vintage Milk Glass

Sarah Darcy from Classic Bride will be joining us every Friday this Fall to share a few of her favorite finds, inspiration and ideas for chic, classic weddings…

This Friday’s Find: Vintage Milk Glass

I fell in love with antique milk glass while planning my own wedding and you can see how I utilized the pieces I collected in the bottom, left-hand photo above from our wedding. There is a simple sweetness to the milky and sometimes iridescent glass and I find it to hold just the right amount of charm for a garden wedding. If you’re shopping for your own unique assortment of milk glass, make sure you browse the beautiful collection I have for sale over at CB Vintage!

Photo Credits:
row 1: Country Living, Martha Stewart
row 2: Photo by Look Photography, William Howard Thompson house via Country Living

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Thanks Sarah!

If you’ve missed any of Sarah’s Classic Finds, catch up here:
Ruffles and Tulle
Blue and White
Pink and Pearls
Vintage Silver
Taking the Indoors Outdoors
Tiffany Blue

8 thoughts on “Classic Finds: Vintage Milk Glass

  1. natalie

    We used a combination of my grandmother’s, my mother’s and my own milk glass collections for our wedding. It turned out so lovely! I now have the pieces throughout my home and it is a nice reminder of our beautiful day!

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