Attic Trash Vintage brings quirky, relatable vintage wedding decor to long-time collectors and vintage newcomers. Bring the whimsy of vintage decor to your big day with with vintage rugs, glassware, vases, candlesticks, linens, furniture and more, and save yourself the time, money and storage of collecting all those matching pieces Access to quality and affordable vintage is the first step in integrating vintage as sustainable option in modern events.
We offer al a carte rental of glassware, vases, brass candlesticks, rugs and more, but we also offer consultation and packages for the bride with a vintage vision. If you have a vision outside of our current inventory, we are available to help match, map and source your wedding vintage decor at a good price. We offer rental and delivery in the greater Lexington, Louisville, Richmond; Kentucky areas as well as Northern Kentucky and Cincinatti greater area. Open to new cities in the surrounding area - just shoot us a message.
Ready for the next step? Complete our inquiry form here: http://bit.ly/ATRentalInquiry
We are committed to helping bring your wedding vision to life. Send us your ideas, and we will help recreate you favorite online ideas within your budget and specific to your big day.
At Attic Trash Vintage, we are committed to these two nuptial truths:
Please reach out with an questions through WeddingWire or email@example.com. Follow our rental journey, our shop and other vintage fun on Facebook or Instagram @attictrashvintage. We would love to bring a little vintage kitsch to your big day.
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Team of Attic Trash Vintage
As a kid, owner Rachel Palko, started collecting kitschy items with her mother at estate sales outside Nashville, Tennessee, which continued to fill her homes as she moved between St. Louis, Thailand, Knoxville, and eventually to her new home in Kentucky. At the insistence of her now partner, Rachel started selling vintage on Etsy out of their tiny one car garage in Lexington, Kentucky in 2017. Since, Attic Trash Vintage began selling at local events in Lexington and Louisville before settling into larger markets like Vintage Market Days across Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina and Tennessee.