The Salvage Snob is burning up with farm table fever! With over 50 tables, and a wide variety of colors and styles, they are definitely our hot trending piece. They are most often used as tables at wedding receptions, adding some flair and design to a traditional party. They are easy to ordered in bulk, and they are also a very versatile piece in our collection. They can also be used individually as a dessert table, sign-in table or sweetheart table, for example.

Traditional aged wood Farmhouse Tables, used in recent wedding at Estancia Culinaria.

Photo By: Starfish Studios, Event Planning By: Events by Jess, Florals By: Events on a Budget


Estate Farm Table is the same traditional wood as our Farmhouse Tables, but just a little wider. Here it is used as a sweetheart table at Alegria Mango Farm.

Photos By: Erika Diaz Photo, Florals By: Primrose Florals, Planning By: Villa Lucia Events, Gown By: A and Be Bridal


White distressed Garden Tables with white iron sides, used for photoshoot at Oleta State Park.

Photos By: Alisa Ferris Photography, Florals By: Ines Naftali


Distressed black Napoleon Tables, used for a home events.



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At The Salvage Snob, one of our favorite decor pieces are our rugs. They are a simple way to add character and some fun to any ceremony! Recently, we were recognized on BRIDES, along with Alisa Ferris, Miami Beach Woman’s Club, and Anthology Floristry, for one of our chic aisle rug displays.


Photographer: Alisa Ferris, Venue: Miami Beach Woman’s Club, Florals: Anthology Co.


Here are some other ceremonial rug displays we loved being apart of!


Photo: Alisa Ferris, Venue: Miami Beach Botanical Garden, Florals: Primrose Florals



Photo: Erika Diaz Photography, Florals: Primrose Florals, Venue: Alegria Mango Farm

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When Erika Diaz reached out to us during the summer about a colorful boho shoot, we jumped on board! What could be more South Florida during the summertime, than bright colors and Alegria Mango Farm?

So we want to dedicate this Friendor Friday to Erika Diaz Photography, because she was the inspiration behind this unique shoot. It was bold, from the colors, to the decor, venue, and dresses. Erika wanted to inspire couples to not be afraid to stray away from wedding trends, and make the day a representation of themselves and their style! As a team, we came together with many vendors and made the vision a reality.

This unique shoot caught the attention of Wedding Chicks, and was featured on their blog! Check out our photos to get a glimpse of the inspiration, and click the link to view Wedding Chicks blog post!





























Planning: Villa Lucia Events

Make-Up: Free Spirit Beauty

Hair: Ivania

Gowns: A and Bé Miami

Earrings: Hushed Commotion

Venue: Alegria Mango Farm

Furniture Rentals: The Salvage Snob

Florals: Primrose Florals

Tableware: Little House Originals

Cake and Sweets: Sucrette Miami

Calligraphy: Tinta y Pulso

Vintage Bus: Juan’s Kombi

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Where would The Salvage Snob be without the beloved custom furniture builders at Carved Woodworks?! Some of our greatest pieces, like our famous farm tables, are thanks to them! Other pieces, like the white Garden Tables, round Arthur Table, Estate Farm Tables, black Napoleon Tables, our chevron bars and the most recent,  brass bar, are other unique collection items done by Carved. They help bring our vintage design dreams to life. We definitely consider them to be one of our greatest friendors at The Salvage Snob!















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This past Sunday, at The Salvage Snob warehouse, we held our very first Engage(d) Q&A event with many other talented vendors. Our goal was to create a zone where couples could freely ask questions to a panel of wedding professionals! Couples got a taste for everything that a wedding entails. Cocktails, music, invites, decor, florals, photography, cake, you name it, there was an expert on the topic there. I think the greatest advice we gave those couples, was to stay true to their vision because their wedding day, is THEIR wedding day. They also want to have the very best people and vendors that they can rely on and trust with their vision along the way as well.

It was amazing working with some of the best in the wedding industry, that we get to call our friends. And it was truly a pleasure getting to meet the couples and their families. Down below are some photos taken by the one and only, Alisa Ferris, so you can get a preview of what our day was like!

























Photography: Alisa Ferris

Table Settings: Pialisa

Florals: Ever After Floral Design

Charcuterie: The Charcutie

Paper Goods: Papel & Co.

Desserts: Earth and Sugar

Gowns: A&Bé Miami Bridal Shop

Bar: Hitched Affair

Music: Event Factor


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