New: Odds and Ends Vintage Design and Rentals

Just call Janna Trovato the fairy godmother of vintage weddings. This Southern gal turned Utah designer is granting local brides’ wishes for shabby chic shindigs one prop and piece of furniture at a time. Want an eclectic, Anthropologie-esque event without having to spend a small fortune on mason jars, typewriters, and mix and match china to get the look? Enter Odds and Ends Vintage Design and Rentals, Trovato’s personal, rentable collection of antiques and keepsakes.

Odds and Ends owner Janna Trovato and her hubby

Odds and Ends rents more than 100 antique and vintage pieces for weddings, photo shoots, and other events. Chairs, sofas, tables, doors, windows, and mirrors are available, as well as a variety of “odds and ends,” including birdcages, sewing machines, bicycles, tins and jars, books, baskets, ladders, wheelbarrows, gumball machines—the list goes on.

Check out a few our favorite finds from the Odds and Ends inventory:

Shabby chic sofa—comfy lounge furniture for guests

Assorted vintage china and tea cups—use them for dinner or dessert

Mint-hued vanity—ideal for displaying photos or a guest book

Matching arm chairs—cute as bride and groom chairs

Claw foot bathtub—fill it with gifts or ice + beverages

Chaise lounge—the perfect prop for bridal or boudoir photos

Vintage trunk—stack gifts inside or on top; doubles as bench seating

Pick and choose a few favorite items to rent, or select a rental package with different quantities of furniture, doors, windows, suitcases, and other odds and ends. Want it all? The entire inventory of items is available to rent. Whether a little or a lot, Odds and Ends will deliver your selections anywhere in Utah.

For more info, hop on over to the Odds and Ends website or call 801-656-7850.

2 Comments on “All In The Details: The Importance of Paper Goods at Weddings

  1. Such a great post! Many times, people think they should save money by doing the stationery themselves, but it tends to end up looking home-made (which, of course, is just what it is.) It really isn’t very expensive to have it done professionally, especially when you take into account the time, effort, and headaches saved. Anyone can contact me through my website if they want more info on design and printing services.

  2. Paper? Somebody said “Stationery”….Oh My! As a calligrapher I get excited when I see lovely invitations and custom designed stationery! I love accentuating people’s stationery with hand lettering. But enough about that! I concur with Megan: the invitation is what sets the tone of a wedding as it is the introduction to the extravagant affair for the guests. Do it well…. after all, it is YOUR big day!

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