vintage weddings

A Vintage Outdoor, White Wedding by Beautiful Day Photography


It's not just the beautiful California ranch and vineyard that makes Cynthia and Joe's wedding so memorable, it's all of the little details and thought the couple put into their guests. From the lawn games, to the giant white parasols for guests at the ceremony, to the cozy, vintage-inspired furniture set up around the property...

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A Romantic Vintage Wedding by Sam Haddix Photography

Sam Hannix Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
While a silhouette motif and gold details give this wedding vintage flare, the frothy pink color palette and paper cutouts added a whimsical vibe to Danielle and Rafael's Cambridge, Massachusetts wedding. It's no wonder the bride owns an event design company, because this wedding has expert custom touches all over it. Prepare to get lost... read more

Mad Men Wedding Ideas (Get The Look!)

Have you heard? Alexis Bledel is engaged to her Mad Men co-star Vincent Kartheiser. And in light of their engagement, and the season six premiere this Sunday (can't wait!), we dreamed up a very 1960s Mod-inspired wedding with all the sleek suave details representative of the period drama, including bateau necklines, impeccable tailoring and a... read more

Vintage Ghost Key Escort Cards

Antique ghost keys attached to labels with twine make the perfect low-fuss vintage escort cards. The calligraphed labels and keys require little else as far as decor to stand out, so a weathered wooden table and sprigs of herbs (try fragrant rosemary!) make an understated statement with rustic charm. Plus, the keys double as a... read more

A Vintage Victorian Wedding in San Francisco, CA by Christina Diane

From: Sondra & Nicolas's Wedding //Featured: The Knot// Photographed by: Christina Diane
Find your inspiration in a unique place and you can bet your wedding will look different than anyone else's. The bride Sondra, who's also an interior designer, drew wedding inspiration from vintage issues of National Geographic from the early 1930s. Literally everything about this wedding -- from the save-the-dates, table numbers, and typography --reflected the... read more

Cloche Veils With Gatsby Glamour (Trend Alert!)

I can't wait to see all of the over-the-top Art Deco-inspired fashion from the new Great Gatsby film opening this spring. Ready to channel your inner Daisy Buchanan with accessories inspired by the glamorous 1920s? Try a cloche veil. These delicate lacy veil alternatives add an unexpected feminine touch to even the simplest sheath wedding... read more

A Vintage Garden Wedding in Danvers, MA by Leah Haydock Photography

Helen Straus and Matthew Neill decided on a lovebird theme for their outdoor garden wedding. They made the day unique with vintage touches and casual details to play up a summer backyard party vibe. Photography by: Leah Haydock read more

Parisian-inspired Invitation Suite

Invitation SuitePhoto: Patricia Lyons
"The printed suite is a defining element of the event and sets the guests' expectations for what is to come," say Lynn Easton, founder of Easton Events. In order to make the invitation suite cohesive, Lynn carried signature elements throughout each piece, including a garland and bee crest with the couples' monogram. Wispy... read more

This Bride Wore Maya Couture on Her Wedding Day!

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Garden party weddings are hot these days. Looking to match your dress to your theme? Read about how Deanna and Aaron nailed the look in their Virginia nuptials. Wanting a French garden-party feel, Deanna and Aaron chose a historic house museum to pull off their theme. Soft colors like green, pink, tan and ivory worked... read more

Style Stalker: Danielle and Bill

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Find out how to nail Danielle and Bill's vintage elegant style from their Oregon nuptials. The delicate gold beading and lace on Danielle's Casablanca Bridal gown is where her style story begins. To play up the vintage vibe of her dress, she wore a headpiece made of ostrich feathers, antique rhinestones and Russian tulle. The inspiration... 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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