Southern Vintage Table is a vintage tableware rental company based out of Hillsborough. Our vintage inventory includes everything you’ll need to set a beautiful table – plates, glassware, flatware, napkins, and decor! We have embraced every vintage style, from dainty florals and wildflower stoneware to blue & white and midcentury modern. Our collection of colored goblets reflect every color of the rainbow, including clear and milk glass. To embellish your tablescape and event, we have all kinds of vintage and handcrafted decor – candle holders, votives, trays, wooden boxes, postcards, vases & bottles, frames and easels, and more.
Serving all of North Carolina
Why we love being a wedding vendor
Being part of the wedding and event industry gives us the privilege of working with vendors and clients who make up a diverse community of backgrounds, races, religions, identities, ages, and genders. This has fostered a spirit of inclusiveness, creativeness, and camaraderie, so we love every opportunity to connect with folks. Our primary goal is to design and implement a glorious, joyful, and memorable occasion that embodies the spirit of the client. This is why we love being a wedding vendor.
Why we love vintage rentals
Each item in our inventory is a special treasure, surviving decades before finding its way onto our shelves and finding new purpose in your elopement design. We love it when a couple discovers their perfect piece to tie their aesthetic together, breaking away from bland and uniform tablescapes. As a creative and collector, Shelly is always making and finding surprising new elements for her always-expanding inventory of unique and well-preserved vintage rentals.
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A: Shelly Heath, Owner
Q: What’s a fun fact about yourself?
A: I met my future husband in 6th grade.
Q: Is there a wedding detail on your bucket list?
A: We’d love to help design a wedding that is totally eclectic, including different designs for each table – perhaps representing different styles and/or eras.