vintage weddings

This New York Wedding Takes Rustic Elegance to a Whole New Level

Rustic Black Tie Wedding | Preston Schlebusch |
After meeting in New York City while waiting to get into a nightclub, Randy and Sean spent 22 years building their relationship and family -- including two daughters and a son -- before finally marrying in front of 250 of their closest friends and family. "We tried to keep everything as timeless and classic as... read more

$1 DIY Monogrammed MoonPie Wedding Favors

Photo: Haylie Bird Waring // Featured: The Knot Blog
Surprise your guests with monogrammed MoonPies packaged to go as your guests make their way out of the reception at the end of the night. They're personalized, edible (so you know they won't go to waste), and affordable (less than $1 each)! All you need are a few basic craft tools (supply list below), a free... read more

A Southern Wedding at Empire State South from Our Labor of Love

Photo: Our Labor Of Love // Planning: We Tie the Knots // Featured: The Knot Blog
Sarah and Kevin's wedding has all the trappings of Southern charm with a dash of vintage elegance (like antique couches for ceremony seating) thrown in. It was the perfect foodie wedding since it was held at and catered by Empire State South, which is owned by Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson. Besides the... read more

A Watercolor Wedding at Villa del Lago from Christina Carroll Photography

Photography: Christina Carroll Photography / Featured: The Knot Blog
Calling all artistically inclined and design-savvy couples! Take note from this pretty wedding at Villa del Lago  in Austin, Texas because all of the details from Austin and Steven's wedding were inspired by a painterly watercolor theme. The couple started with a color palette of sherbert, seafoam, light lavender and gray and then... read more

A Purple Art Deco Wedding at The Carlyle Club in Alexandria, VA

Photo: Sheaulee Ng Photography / Featured: The Knot Blog
While they were first dating, Kyle surprised Lauren with an invite to a dinner and dancing event at a restaurant called The Carlyle Club. It was a memorable night for them and the event space with its deco wallpaper, purple lighting and the large ballroom (complete with a roomy dance floor) made it a... read more

A Vintage Glam Wedding at Pearl Stable in San Antonio, TX

Photography: Anne Marie Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
This Brooklyn-based couple settled on San Antonio as their wedding destination to incorporate the bride's Texas roots. Since the groom's side was from Pittsburgh they planned to create an aesthetic that reflected both their hometowns. The ceremony programs included a star for TX and a keystone for PA and the ceremony blackboard read: "A Pittsburgh... read more

A Romantic Vintage Wedding at Locust-on-Hudson

Photo: Gruber Photographers // Featured: The Knot Blog
This Hudson Valley wedding combines the best of vintage romance and the great outdoors. I love Samantha & David's lakeside ceremony which provided a jaw-dropping backdrop at Locust-on-Hudson for the couple's vows. The reception was equally as beautiful, filled with vintage details like jacquard table linens and mismatched china for the place settings. Don't let... read more

A Vintage Stadium Wedding by Sweet Little Photographs

Kristin and Jon wed in a beautiful chapel ceremony at Penn State followed by a reception at the school's Beaver Stadium.  I love the vintage details that give this wedding a cozy, homespun feel even in a large, empty stadium. The bride's style is fierce and her bold Oscar de la Renta wedding dress perfectly... read more

A Vintage Outdoor Wedding by Per Pixel Photography

Audrey and Jason's wedding may have taken place on a farm in Southern California, but their wedding was all about elegance with lots of fun personalized details. From the chalkboard signs to all the little details like typewriters, lace, and gorgeous ivory and peach flowers, their wedding personalized and pretty. Take a look! ... read more

A Whimsical Garden Party Wedding in Adairsville, Georgia by Our Labor of Love

Put it this way: It was impossibly hard to choose between all the photos from this Anthropologie-inspired wedding. A soft palette of coral and teal set the tone for this outdoor garden-party aesthetic. Add to that long farm tables, hanging light bulbs, watercolor-style stationery a sweet white wedding cake and lots of other... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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