It’s hard not to fall in love with anything inspired by the decadent glam of The Great Gatsby, and the elegance of the Roaring Twenties. There’s just something about vintage bridal veils, old fashioned bar carts, and the Art Deco style that immediately makes any event seem classy and cool. Here’s five wedding details we’re absolutely loving right now.
Did you watch the highly anticipated The Great Gatsby this weekend? We’re paying tribute to the literary classic this week with plenty of razzle-dazzle and art deco glamour for your wedding. Starting with today’s mood board, featuring one of our sparkly new Gatsby-inspired invitations, and all the wedding details to match!
If you’re dreaming of vintage glamour and a Gatsby era ambiance for your wedding, our dazzling new Art Deco collection will have you swooning. Opt for a luxe look with a black and gold palette and lavish ornamentation.
We’re starting a chic new series to highlight the Wedding Paper Divas blog team’s bridal fashion favorites! Check back every Friday to see our latest style lusts and more.
So you don’t have precious heirlooms from grandma to don on your wedding day, but you’re dying to incorporate that ornate vintage touch to your look. We found these gorgeous neo-nostalgic pieces from BHLDN that could easily pass for “something old”. The dazzling earrings below are our top picks!
But if you’re looking to make more of a dramatic statement, we’re completely obsessed with the glamorous Petal Billow Headband.
For 2012, we’re swooning for ornate scrollwork and elaborate flourishes that have a luxurious vintage vibe. The Ornate Vintage stationery trend will translate beautifully into your entire wedding theme using soft, muted tones and antique gold accents.
Black and white is a clean and classic color combination. However, add some lace, vintage chandeliers, and black calla lilies and you can create a chic, gothic glam affair. Dark but subtle details as shown in this inspiration board will make a bold impact at your wedding, without having a theme party affect.