We’ve pointed you in the direction of the jaw-dropping 1920’s wedding dresses of Galia Lahav before, and we’re absolutely delighted to be able to do it again today with their newest designs. Inspired once again by the 1920s, this collection of stunning jazz age wedding gowns are aptly titled “Tales of The Jazz Age”….
Incredible. The gowns in this collection are beautiful, intricate and simply a delight just to gaze upon. One of the most unique and daring elements of Galia Lahav designs are the plunging, intricately detailed backs of each gown, so I’ve made sure to include photos of the backs as well. Click on each image for a better view, and take a look!
Today we’re delighted to share, swoon, and ooh and ahh our hearts out over these 1920s headpieces, each one unique and elegant and oh-so-lovely. Featuring crystals, beads, tulle and all the trappings, these are truly gorgeous statement pieces.
This wedding, sent to us via Lawrence Photography, has an amazing, subtle, 1920s boho appeal, and I had to post the photos even though overall there are only a few truly deco/vintage touches. Because yes, I know the site is technically called Deco Weddings but I DO NOT CARE when it comes to warm and wonderful wedding pics like these.
Come on! I love it. Winter weddings are always a treat, (winter wedding in Wisconsin? Extra amazing) and these two seem like a fantastic couple. Their wedding photographer shared that “in lieu of a first dance, C & J opted for a Matrimonial Mile around the Urban Ecology Center. Gin & Gingers, Montana & Wisconsin craft breweries, coffee from Colectivo, baked goods from Troubadour Bakery, and great conversation filled the venue.” The whole day looks somehow simultaneously stunning and casual. What a warm and lovely winter wedding!
Photographer: Lawrence Photography // Reception Venue:The Iron Horse Hotel // Bakery: The Troubadour Baker//
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! read more…