How to Capture a Stunning 1920's Vintage Wedding November 16 2018
How to Capture a Stunning 1920's Vintage Wedding
If you have arrived here you are curious about how to capture a stunning 1920's vintage wedding for you upcoming date. Being my favourite decade, I really love bringing back elements from the roaring 20's. One of the reasons why I love channeling the 1920's style in my jewelry is the powerful mark it left on fashion. The 1920's marked the first time in history when fashion left the restrictive role it had over people for so long. People were open to trying more comfortable and exciting things on. With the sudden popularity of jazz and the rise of the women's rights movement, society was leaving many archaic traditions behind. Men and women were finding new ways to define themselves. The result was an explosion of potential in what could be expressed through what they wore. This can be seen as a pivotal point when women began showing more independence and individuality.
I think brides still gravitate to the vintage 1920's style because you can look free-spirited, fun, and classic. I think all of us ladies owe a great deal to those pioneering flappers. Their courage to innovate has left such a beautiful mark on fashion. This shoot captures the beautiful marriage between the classic 1920's and some elegant modern elements. This helps show brides how they can achieve a look that is both low-fuss and elegant. Rather than the 'roar' of the 20's, this look channels a more elegant echo from such a classic era.
Looking to Capture a Stunning 1920's Vintage Look for your Wedding?
As a Jeweller, I specialize in vintage inspired handmade jewelry for brides and their wedding parties. I capture the beautiful essence of the roaring 20's and bottle it up my one of a kind pieces. If you are looking for a truly unique vintage piece for your upcoming wedding, contact me and we can chat more. I love getting know each bride and creating a piece that accentuates that unique beauty within you!
The talented group of vendors who helped bring this to life:
Coordinator/Planner: June Bloom Events
Venue: Jam Factory
Photography: Olive Photography
Floral Design: Quinn and Oak
Bridal Accessories: Hattitude Jewels
Dress: Ferre Sposa
Ring: Erin Tracy Design
Table Top: Plate Occasions
Hair: Puzzle Creations
Makeup: Dame Beauty
Furniture/Props: Country Lane Rentals
Tables/Chairs: Divine Furniture Rentals