Art Deco Wedding Dresses || Temperley London

It’s impossible to understand why on Earth we haven’t done a post featuring one of our favorite art deco-inspired wedding dress designers, Alice Temperley and Temperley London, but it seems that we have not. But it’s always wow all around when we spot an art deco Temperley London gown…

Art Deco Temperley London

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So how could we not have posted their designs before? Well we are rectifying that now, with this collection of some of our favorite vintage-inspired and deco-fabulous gowns from Temperley London. Click the images for more details!

Great Gatsby Wedding Inspiration Shoot

Love this Great Gatsby wedding inspiration shoot, sent to us from Carla Ten Eyck Photography.  We meant to put this up months ago and it slipped through the cracks somehow which is basically a DISASTER because… well, because just look:

Great Gatsby Wedding Inspiration


We dropped the ball, and it was such a beautiful, deco-perfect ball. Gorgeous Great Gatsby wedding inspiration-perfection. Click the images below for more details, and to see the whole gallery!

Photographer:  Carla Ten Eyck Photography//Cake Designer: Ana Parzych Custom Cakes//Invitation Designer: Coral Pheasant//Makeup Artist: d.d.Nickel makeup studio//Professional: Dave Noonan of Carla Ten Eyck Photography//Cinema and Video:Fairfax Films//Floral Designer: hana floral design//Dress Designer: Ivy and Aster//Hair Stylist: Jennie Kay//Event Planner: Jubilee Events//Jewelry:Maria Elena Headpieces//Equipment Rentals: New England Country Rentals//Linens and Coverings: nuage designs//Dress Designer: Rivini//Reception Venue: The Branford House//Dress Store: The White Dress by the shore//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Valentino Tailors//
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Mary Astor || 1920s Hollywood

Mary Astor, discovered at age 14, was one of the few silent stars who successfully made the transition to talkies. Perhaps best known now for her role in “The Maltese Falcon”, she appeared in over 120 films over the course of her career.

Mary Astor 1920s

She was smart and witty (she once said, “There are five stages in the life of an actor: Who’s Mary Astor? Get me Mary Astor. Get me a Mary Astor Type. Get me a young Mary Astor. Who’s Mary Astor?”), she was talented, and of course, she was beautiful. A fabulous style icon for the 20s and 30s! (click the images for larger sizes and links)