Weddings are ideally enchanting, magical, and wonderful. Due to couples' desire for a unique and memorable wedding, they research on featured wedding themes such as princess, pastel, and vintage wedding themes. Out of the three listed, vintage themes happens to be the most popular.
Vintage wedding themes never go out of fashion! It is a real demand when it comes to weddings. Some people love themes like the Great Gatsby style luxury or a 1930’s deco art, but they don't surpass the power of vintage wedding themes.
There are certainly many designers and high-street wedding stores offering all the vintage-style collections for your pick, but getting vintage-themed accessories for your big day is just as important as getting the right one. Here are some tips on what to look for in your vintage-themed garments.
Vintage wedding themes involve old style and fashion. However, this does not call for a 60-year old dress protocol. Modern dresses can be found in the market these days that were inspired vintage gowns.
Jenny Packham and Anna Campbell are vintage dress designers who excels in this field. Alternatively, you can up cycle old wedding dresses of your mom or aunts and have it altered and redesigned to a perfect fit.
A traditional style with lace accents added with a splash of soft colors sounds like a good idea. You can also alternatively add a vintage brooch to your shoes' heels for a more sophisticated look.
If you are in a strict budget, you can find a pair of vintage gems by visiting a charity.
Of course, your vintage-themed wedding will not be complete if the bridesmaids aren't uniformly included in the motif.
For the bridesmaid's dress, we recommend muted tones of creams, lavender, dark pinks added with a touch of lace!
Your bouquet should feature a soft shade of silk. You may choose a button or brooch bouquet.
Beautify your venue with birdcages and streamers to emulate a traditional vintage look.
You can decorate the tables with bird cages and watering cans with beautiful vintage blooms. How about hanging bunting made from vintage fabrics on your reception venue?