What a beautiful vintage travel inspired shoot we have today, sent in from Gideon Photography and brimming with loveliness….
There’s so many great travel-related visuals tied to the 1920s and art deco era (we’ve featured some cool ones before, like these vintage travel poster save the dates) and this styled shoot incorporates several uber-pretty vintage travel elements, from maps and keys to cars. Click the images to see more detail!
Photographer: Gideon Photography // Event Designer: Forevermore Events // Event Venue: Green Gate Village Inn//Dress Store: Lauren James Bridal // Floral Designer: My Favorite Flowers//
I recently spied some crazy-beautiful deco shoes while browsing the web and realized it had been far too long since we did a shoe post, so it’s time take a look at some new ideas for the perfect art deco wedding shoes. First up, the inspiration for this post, and the kind of thing that really makes you realize fashion truly is an art form… the perfect deco detail wedding shoes… the Francesca from Emmy Shoes…
Ermahgerd I can’t breathe those shoes are too incredible…. like, almost painful in their beauty? Yes. Another lovely from the Emmy Shoes line, the Leila Gold, is pure 1930s glamour. Kid suede and metallic leather and all around loveliness:
For a (somewhat) more affordable deco wedding shoe, the Mimosa T-Strap from BHLDN has a similar vibe (Art Nouveau, delicate deco, and very very pretty):
Finally, absolutely love these zig-zag deco cutout, glitter bomb Max Kibardins:
Gorgeous! They were available over at ShopBop but appear to have sold out. You may have luck on eBay or elsewhere, if you find ‘em let us know and we’ll update the post.
Quick post today featuring one of our favorite designers of 1920s style wedding dresses: Jenny Packham. Her designs are a favorite of art deco wedding aficionados everywhere, and we’re no exception….
(image via Vogue Sposa)
This year’s 2014 bridal collection has a distinctly Edwardian / Belle Epoque flair, mixed in with her classic, signature inspiration, and our focus: 1920s wedding dresses. Click the thumbnails below to enlarge!