1920s Advertising || Vintage Pompeian Beauty Ads

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.

Vintage Pompeian Beauty Powder Ad

Don’t Envy Her – You Can Have Beauty Too

The joyous beauty of the bride holds every eye. Her happy eyes and tender smile are made more beautiful by the clear and healthful color of her cheeks. Such is the reward of the woman who knows the secret of Instant Beauty – who uses the complete ‘Pompeian Beauty Toilette’.

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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.