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Milk glass was manufactured from the 1500’s to the 1900’s in England. It is an opaque glass that comes in colours of white, green, blue, pink, caramel and black. Older glass has a translucency to it when held up to the light whereas newer pieces are more opaque. Milk glass vase from My Milk Glass

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If you have been reading Polka Dot Bride for awhile, you would have heard me gush over the beautiful gowns from Australian label Rose & Ruby. This photo from Ilana and Benjamin’s wedding I spotted on the Bespoke Letterpress blog captured by SugarLove Weddings will show you why. (See more of the wedding here and

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I’m back with the second part of Katherine and Jon’s vintage inspired winery wedding! After a quick touch up, it was time to get down to the business end of things- the ceremony! Intermezzo Strings played Flower Duet from Lakeme as Katherine walked down the aisle Katherine’s grandmother and great aunt adorned their walking sticks

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