A Glam 1920s-Inspired Wedding with Feather Accents by Amanda Donaho Photography

Ostrich feathers add a Gatsby-elegance to this Ohio wedding. The couple had a traditional ceremony followed by a reception at the Hilton Netherland which Corey loved because it reminded her of the 1920s with its beautiful art deco architecture. A gold, white and champagne color palette, along with the feather details, created the feel of this glamorous affair. Check out the photos and get transported to the ’20s.

Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog
Photo: Amanda Donaho Photography // Feature: The Knot Blog

Brian & Corey from Little Brown Dog Productions on Vimeo.

Ceremony Site: Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, OH | Reception Site: Hilton Netherland Plaza, Cincinnati, OH | Photography: Amanda Donaho Photography, Cinicinnati, OH | Videography: Little Dog Productions, Cincinnati, OH | Gown: Carmela Sutera, European Bridal, Cincinnati, OH | Wedding Rings: Groom’s: Jared’s | Earrings: Etsy | Bridesmaid Dresses: Adrianna Papell, Nordstrom | Formalwear: Folci’s Formalwear, Cincinnati, OH | Stationery: DIY | Flowers: Mary’s Country House of Flowers | Rental Equipment: Lighting: Goodwin Lighting, Cincinnati, OH Chairs: Primetime Party Rental, Moraine, OH | Music: Mistics | Cupcakes: Sweetcakes | Honeymoon: Italy

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