Vintage 1920s Wedding Inspiration | Speakeasy Style

Up today we’ve got this lush and lovely vintage 1920s wedding inspiration shoot from Ella Farrell Weddings and Jenny from Weddings Boston. Inspired by the speakeasies of the Jazz Age, as well as modern TV shows like the 1920s-set Peaky Blinders, this shoot has a beautiful, glamorous and dark elegance to it. From the photographer: …

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California Boho Glam Wedding

Up today we’ve got this breezy and beautiful California boho glam wedding, from Leana Myra Photography. With a casual California vibe mixed with Old Hollywood glamour, this Central Coast wedding included the best of both worlds. Click the images below for more details. Photographer: Leana Myra Photography // Makeup Artist: Jessi Skipton Campbell // Makeup …

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Vintage Art Deco Emerald Jewelry | May Birthstone

Well it seems spring has sprung, at least around these parts, and what better way to celebrate the season than a look at some vivid green art deco emerald jewelry! Emeralds, like spring, are a symbol of life and of rebirth, and have been prized since ancient times. They’re also the birthstone for lucky May …

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Zuhair Murad Bridal 2019 | Art Deco Wedding Gowns

Today we’re excited to feature some of the breathtaking designs from the Zuhair Murad Bridal 2019 collection. These spectacular art deco wedding gowns were inspired by the art and architecture of the Art Deco movement, so it comes as no surprise that they’ve turned out to be some of our favorite designs of the last few …

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Intimate Autumn Wedding

This beautiful, intimate autumn wedding from  Jordan DeNike Photography was filled with classic details and truly unique elements. From the spectacular, bright fall florals: To the autumnal touches throughout: The wedding took place in October, on a Friday the 13th, and the bride and groom made the most of that date! Click below to see …

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George Petty 1930s Bride

Born on this day in 1894, artist George Petty created pinup art for Esquire magazine (among others) beginning in the 1930s and continuing into the 1950s. Reproductions of his work, known as “Petty Girls,” were reinterpreted and used by military artists as nose art decorating warplanes during WW2, including the most well-known example, the Memphis …

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