Preserving The Pattern!
At Minnie & Bea's Vintage Rentals, we have a heart for Preserving The Pattern ... that is, your grandmother's beloved china pattern!
DID YOU KNOW?
We give unwanted china pieces a brand new home -- a home where they will be loved and appreciated for years to come!! We are delighted to accept donations of your china patterns that are destined for the attic, the landfill, or (gasp!) the Goodwill.
WHY CHOOSE TO DONATE TO MINNIE & BEA'S VINTAGE RENTALS?
We'll bring your family treasures back to their original glory and add them to our heirloom china collection. Your pattern will be made available for brides, mothers-to-be, and other folks to add the perfect vintage charm to their special day! Imagine your grandmother's beloved china pattern gracing the "sweetheart" table at a wedding reception or adding vintage charm to a sweet shower for a new baby!
AND JUST IMAGINE ... YOU'LL BE FOREVER MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
We also love to preserve the history of your treasured pattern! We'll keep a family history of each collection and share the story with those who choose your family's treasure for their events ... this adds such significance to each pattern that's chosen!
We also are delighted to donate 25% of the rental fee, each and every time your china pieces are used, to the charity of your choice* ... it's our way to "Pay It Forward" because of your generosity!
[NOTE: We also accept donations of vintage furnishings and collectibles! We carefully preserve their history (many times, naming the piece after your beloved ancestor) and donate to a favorite charity with each use as well. We treasure the things of days gone by and love keeping and sharing them with others! They add such charm and elegance to special events and we are honored to see that family treasures are loved and preserved.)
Contact Christy @ 843.446.2472 or [email protected] for more information!
* Ask for a list of the charities from which you may choose for donations. If the charity you have in mind is not on our current list, please share it with us! We may be able to add it.
Donated Family Treasures
Visit our Family History Page to read the story of The Emma Mae Collection and the charity it supports.