Maggpie Vintage Rentals Is Having an Open House at Their New Philly Warehouse

MAGG, a collection of amazing goodies from Magpie Vintage Rentals.

MAGG, a collection of amazing goodies from Magpie Vintage Rentals.

If you have ever ooh-ed and ahh-ed your way through photos of a gorgeous Philly wedding, falling especially in love with the little seating vignettes made up of beautiful vintage settees or table assignments clinging to antique window panes or favors displayed on a rustic old dresser or cafe table with perfectly chipped and faded paint—then you have probably fallen in love with what they do at Maggpie Vintage Rentals. (See what we mean here.)




Maggie and Jason, the coupled owners behind it, bring their vast experiences (she grew up with parents who owned a party rental company; he with parents who dealt in antiques) to their company, which rents out seriously amazing and one-of-a-kind vintage pieces—furniture, props, tabletop, books and knick knacks—for weddings and events. (You can check out a few goodies from their inventory here, and check out MAGG, their second installment of their most recent acquisitions, here.)

They recently moved their warehouse of awesomeness into Philly, and on Sunday, April 13th from 11 to 4pm, they're opening it up so that we can all go check it—and everything in it—out. Maggie tells us that during the event, brides can come in and tour the warehouse, ask them any questions they might have about what they do or how it works or any particular piece they've fallen in love with (though, no, nothing is for sale!), enjoy their full service coffee bar, hang out with their exceedingly large Golden Retrievers Marty and Henry, and just generally get inspired for their Big Day.

The warehouse is at 2000 East Westmoreland Street (though the entrance is on Emerald Street), there's parking on the street, and if you can let them know you're coming and how many peeps you're rolling with at maggie@maggpievintagerentals, that would be great—but they're happy to have you either way.

See you there.

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