Today is our lucky day, all of us, because we get to browse and admire this absolutely flawless 1920s inspired wedding in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from photographer Kristen Wynn Photography. The dress alone…I mean…
One of the things I love most about this wedding is the beautiful attention to detail throughout. From gown to groom’s wear, paper to photos, dances to decor: it’s all delightfully on point. Click the images below to take a closer look.
Photographer: Kristen Wynn Photography
// Restaurant: Grand Concourse // Dress Store: Kleinfeld Bridal
// Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Dress Designer: Reem Acra
// Band: The Boilermaker Jazz Band
It’s been a sweltering August thus far, and the heat shows no sign of letting up any time soon. So what better way to cool off than than to sit in front of the fan or AC and browse some bright and shiny baubles! Up today, we’re featuring gorgeous vintage peridot jewelry, August’s birthstone and a shimmering green delight.
Up first, this sparkling minty lime green treat, found amongst other vintage peridot treasures at Etsy:
Beauitful green 1920s vintage peridot ring, from MS Jewelers.
Abolutely stunning. Equally beautiful (despite it’s flaws)? This deep green cabachon peridot ring…
Stunning vintage peridot ring, via Eragem.
If you’re looking for something striking, geometric and art deco with just hint of cool green peridot as an accent, these bold gold earrings are just the ticket:
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These beautifully illustrated vintage Pompeian Beauty ads may not feature the most modern of messages (the panicked “Do you look as young as your husband?” is my personal favorite) but the artwork is lovely, with dreamy deco details, vintage makeup and hair.
Don’t Envy Her – You Can Have Beauty Too
The joyous beauty of the bride holds every eye. Her happy eyes and tender smile are made more beautiful by the clear and healthful color of her cheeks. Such is the reward of the woman who knows the secret of Instant Beauty – who uses the complete ‘Pompeian Beauty Toilette’.
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