I left the best for last in my Vintage Wedding Ideas series, The Dress. Whether your wedding is vintage inspired or not, everyone will remember the dress you wear. So to really complete the look or theme you want, put some thought into the dress selection.
There are many vintage style wedding dresses, it all depends on the era you are having as your theme. Let’s start off with the 1920’s. This theme is really gaining popularity now with the recent movie The Great Gatsby. The dresses were full of ruffles and what was really unique about this era was the veil and cloche style hats that were worn and long pearl necklaces.
The 1940’s was all about Hollywood glam of a movie star dress. Long satin dresses were the standard.
But, it was also a time of war and many brides during that time used blue dresses or suits for their special day. Add a hat with a soft veil, corsage and a string of pearls and you’re set.
But, the 50’s were all about big, elegance, lace and of course Jackie.
Even today brides look to her for classic elegance. She really set a standard when she wore this dress. But, brides that did not have the budget that Jackie had also set another standard that is quintessential with the 1950’s. The Tea Length dress in lace is classic 50’s bride.
You can also buy a modern day dress and give it a 1950’s look with the classic pill box hat and veil.
The 1960’s was a return to nature and a more casual fitting dress.
Although this dress is a 1920’s dress, this style was often used in 1960’s weddings.
This one is my personal favorite. I love the lace and 3/4 sleeve, and the length of it. Simply beautiful!
What’s your favorite era for a vintage wedding dress? All of them are beautiful and can make your vintage wedding unforgettable.
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