1920s Advertising: Vintage art deco ads, 1920s posters, vintage advertising for movies, music and more.

1925 Bride Magazine Ad for Stevens Spreads

Illustrated ad from a 1925 issue of Good Housekeeping, for Stevens Spreads “Romance” collection of bedspreads. Features a bride in her vintage juliet / cap veil, mid-length wedding dress and flower accessories galore.

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Vintage 1920s Wedding Dress Ad

Love this elegant ad from La Presse (Montreal), dated May 26th, 1928. Titled “Pour Le Grand Jour” (“For The Big Day”) it features a collection of illustrated bridal looks, including a drop-waist gown, gorgeous cap veils and a variety of hats, all set against a classic geometric deco green and yellow color scheme. Magnifique!

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Vintage Pompeian Beauty Powder Ad

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 …

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1920s Wrigleys Ad || Bride + Groom

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 …

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New York Vintage Travel Poster Save The Date

For a lot of people (myself included), though you may not be having a traditional “destination wedding”, many of your guests will be traveling from out of town to celebrate with you. Which is why these vintage travel poster save the dates are SO fabulous: if you live in a gorgeous city with tons of …

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The soft luster of white satin is exquisitely set off by pearl trimming in this Lucile-Paris wedding gown. Lucile suggests a striking innovation in bridal hosiery- Fanchon, faintest, most delicate flesh-pink, rather than white. Perhaps the most unusual of the new hosiery shades sent from Paris by Lucile is Fleur de Lis, the creamy ivory …

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