Shop Small with Vintage and Main

Saturday, November 25th, is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses. Join us at the corner of Vintage And Main and shop small at the businesses you love. #SmallBizSat #ShopSmall #VintageAndMain

Weddings Through the Centuries

Mid Century Glam Wedding Ideas

Whether you’re going for Traditional, Mid Century Glam or Boho, there’s vintage in every style to suit your taste. Demure or daring, elegant or woodsy, choices abound for both the bride and groom – from the invitations all the way through to tossing the bouquet. TRADITIONAL Top left to bottom right: Antique Top Hat // Crystal Place Cards Edwardian Wedding Dress // Continue Reading →

Vintage Garden Party

Vintage Elements in the Garden Landscape

Gardens start as a blank canvas for our creative juices and greens thumbs. They become a labor of love to nurture and watch grow. In return we are rewarded with the satisfaction of having created a beautiful outdoor space to enjoy. When the work is done, it’s time to share and invite family and friends to a summer garden party. Continue Reading →

Kick Off Summer in Vintage Style

Kick Off Summer in Vintage Style

Kick Off Summer in Vintage Style with the unique finds from the shops at Vintage And Main. Use coupon code VINTAGEANDMAIN10 and receive 10% OFF each purchase! 1. Vintage Flash Card from Hunt and Found 2. Anchor China Cup from Whimzy Thyme 3. Fiesta Jug Thermos from The Little Things Vintage 4. Brass Anchor Clip from Tipple and Snack 5. Milk Glass Continue Reading →

Vintage Inspired Wedding Card Boxes

Vintage Golden Ring Dish by Wise Apple

Vintage Golden Ring Dish from Wise Apple It’s wedding season once again! Whether you’re going to be a flower girl, bridesmaid, a happy guest or the bride herself, chances are you’ve got some sort of wedding plans this year. From shabby chic to ballroom glam, the possible styles of a wedding are endless. So where is a good spot to incorporate your Continue Reading →

Ladies Who Lunch at the Louvre

The Winged Victory

My husband and I live in a rural farming area of France. The closest cities of any size are La Rochelle to the west, Poitiers to the north and Angouleme to the south. All three of these small cities are a little over an hour or so away from where we live and they provide us with a bit of Continue Reading →