Gatsby Wedding Style || Union Station Los Angeles

This absolutely stunning Gatsby wedding style shoot from Brienne Michelle Photography features one of our favorite West Coast venues, Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, and a dazzling array of deco delights, including this breathtaking vintage inspired headpiece and veil from Deborah Lindquist Eco Couture

Gatsby Wedding Style at Union Station in Los Angeles

Click the thumbnails below for larger shots and more details on this amazing 1920s inspired venue and styled shoot.

Photographer:  Brienne Michelle Photography // Hair Stylist:Cassi Young-Paxton // Dress Designer: Deborah Lindquist Eco Couture // Floral Designer: delightful! by Rochelle Leigh Wall // Jewelry: Julieri // Invitation Designer: McManus & Morgan // Shoes: Mink Shoes // Makeup Artist: Paula Scarpino Makeup// Location: Union Station Los Angeles//

1920s Style DIY Wedding || Jennifer + Craig

This lovely 1920s style DIY wedding from Lindsie Grey Weddings  is fabulous inspiration for brides and grooms who want to bring their own sense of vintage style to the big day, without necessarily having a purely vintage venue or surroundings. Each careful art deco and speakeasy-inspired touch really makes this beautiful wedding shine!

1920s Style DIY Wedding

From the bride:

We wanted our guests, many who were traveling from out of state, from Canada, and other parts of the world, to enjoy themselves and not worry about a thing and have a blast. What better way than sharing our love for craft cocktails, whisky, speakeasies and jazz?

We really found ways to integrate the 1920’s style into a modern hotel, blending two eras that we love through the decor, craft cocktails, flowers, and our outfits. I made most of the decor myself, Pinterest and Michael’s are really great, and tried to capture the spirit of the speakeasy.

Art Deco Amethyst Jewelry | February Birthstone

February is here, it’s extra long this year, and (depending on your location) you might be sweating it out in 90 degree heat, or halfway frozen in a polar vortex. So let’s enjoy some escapism for a bit, and surround ourselves with beauty! Namely: some incredible art deco amethyst jewelry, in honor of this gorgeous purple-hued February birthstone.

1930s Art Deco Amethyst Ring

1930s Art Deco amethyst ring, from Summit Jewelers.

Love the unique six-sided shape on that gorgeous ring. Also unique: this yellow gold ring with a bold oval cut amethyst and a geometric carved setting:

Art Deco Amethyst Yellow Gold Ring

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One great thing about amethysts (besides everything) is how they look gorgeous set in both yellow and white gold. Here’s another yellow gold beauty, a lovely 1930s era diamond and amethyst pendant, from the aptly named Gatsby Jewels:

Gold Art Deco Amethyst Necklace

Gold art deco amethyst necklace, from Gatsby Jewels.

But then we can follow it up with a vintage silver stunner like this one:


Or this beautiful vintage 1920s white gold filigree ring:

Vintage Art Deco Amethyst Ring

Vintage art deco amethyst ring from Etsy

Finally, I absolutely adore these deep purple platinum amethyst earrings designed by Marzo, Paris, circa 1930. Breathtaking!

Art Deco Amethyst Earrings

Art Deco Amethyst earrings from Marzo, Paris, circa 1930. Image via Sotheby’s.

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