What lovely art deco wedding we have to share with you today, coming to us via Pepper Nix Photography! Cortney and Aaron were married in Salt Lake City, Utah, and honestly some of these images are so perfect, it looks like a styled shoot…
But it’s not! This is an actual (beautiful) bride and her actual (handsome) groom and the actual (amazing) details of their art deco inspired wedding.
What a beautiful delight! The dress, a gorgeous 1920s style Jenny Packham gown, was the inspiration point for all the lovely vintage details throughout. The bride said, “Once that was chosen, the rest fell into place….I love metallics and wanted simple elegance to enhance the day.”
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As you know, we’re deeply, powerfully vintage-glamour-obsessed around these parts; we’ll use any excuse to ooh and ahh over beautiful gems and jewels. This month’s excuse? Well, it’s this month! (July) which means it’s time to celebrate ruby art deco jewelry! Shouldn’t be hard to do, with stunners like these…
Beautiful ruby art deco ring, via 1st Dibs
Um, yes, I will take it, thank you! Oh what’s that? It’s already sold and cost many, many dollars? Probably for the best then, I’ll just dream about it. Likewise with this gorgeous find:
Gorgeous ruby art deco ring, via 1st Dibs
Also sold, also many many dollars, also gorgeous. To be honest, it’s kinda hard to go wrong with a ruby, though. Passionate and elegant and almost always drop-dead gorgeous, especially in a vintage setting. Continue reading »
What an absolutely stunning event today’s French vintage inspired wedding is! Truly dreamy. Mary and Alun were married in the south of France at the gorgeous Chateau De Lartigolle, on Midsummer’s Day.
From Mary, the bride:
“We chose an Art Deco theme as this has always been an era we have associated with classic elegance… I wore a 1930’s inspired wedding dress called “Daphne”, designed by Sarah Janks. The dress, along with my Vivienne Sheriff veil and Polly Edwards headpiece, was all purchased from bridal stockist Les Trois Soeurs. “
“We wanted the ceremony to be as personal as possible. Our lifelong family friend, a Reverend was flown out to France to marry us. My Mother sang during the ceremony, my sister read a poem she wrote for us and my husband’s very close Auntie read words she chose.”
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I came across an original copy of this charming 1920s Wrigley’s ad (for sale here on Amazon) and I have to say, it is pretty adorable….
Look at that beautifully dressed, round-faced, gum-loving couple! Definite style tips to be found here (groom’s look is ON POINT). Maybe not so much with the married-life tips (“we don’t mean to imply the bride’s cooking requires a digestive aid” is fun.) but I love everything else about it.
After Every Meal ~ For Life
We don’t mean to imply the bride’s cooking requires a digestive aid– but WRIGLEY’S SPEARMINT affords just that taste of mint we all like after meals.
And besides– it whitens teeth–sweetens breath– aids digestion and calms the nerves.
Freshens the mouth after smoking.
TASTE the Juice of Real Mint Leaves
BE SURE IT’S WRIGLEY’S