Color Monday: Vintage Wedding Inspiration

Sep 9 2013

It’s Color Monday and today, we’re all about influencing your wedding look with the charismatic qualities of another era. How?

5 Ideas for Putting a Vintage Spin on Your Modern Wedding

1. Muted Colors: Unless you’re going for a Great Gatsby look, think dried flowers and those muted shades that whisper nostalgia.
2. Era Details & Décor: From antique milk glass, to antique suitcase card boxes, silver trays, vintage bunting, brooches and frames, etc.
3. Stylish Stationery: Study the era and personalize your stationery with the colors, patterning and just the right font to depict it!
4. Vintage Patterns & Attire: From Art Deco and Damask to lace … Check out vintage sewing patterns for ideas on upcycling an heirloom gown or styling another gown.
5. Heirloom Flowers: Simple, small bouquets and arrangements filled with old-time beauties such as: lily of the valley, roses, hydrangeas, gardenias, baby’s breath, carnations, dahlias, etc.

A vintage wedding look is quintessentially charming.

 Vintage wedding inspiration and Save the Date from MagnetStreet

What do you love best about a vintage wedding look?

This board features Antique Rose Save the Date Magnet. Check out the entire Antique Rose Stationery Suite or browse vintage save the date and vintage wedding invitation designs at MagnetStreet.

Pin the Palette …

Pink Tan and Brown wedding colors

Photo Credits
For allowing us to use their photography, much thanks to:

Lace tray by Kara Schultz {via The Sweetest Occasion}, Couple by Jake Morley {via Love My Dress}, Bridesmaids and Trinkets by Lytle foto {via Wedding Chicks}, Silverware by Beach House Living, Vases and Flowers by Renaissance Studios {via One Wed},


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