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Who doesn’t love a great vintage shoot! Couple an awesome photographer with some amazing models and delicate gowns from Ruche, and you’ve got inspiration for days. Take a look at these perfectly pretty dresses and vintage style courtesy of Stephanie Williams photography. Love it!
If you’re a vintage lover like I am, or a fan of anything “lace” related, then you’ll adore these soft and charming photos of vintage lace dresses from the talented London based photographer Rebecca Lindon. In her bio she states that, “I strive to capture portraits that are flooded with light and love.” After taking at look at these photos, all I can say is…mission accomplished.
Vintage style dresses represent the classic retro fashion at weddings, and embellished with long trains, satin sleeves, pearl studded necklines, and accessorized with elegant wedding accessories, they still create utmost sensation at weddings.
Vintage style wedding dresses refer to the style prevalent from 1920 to 1960. The satin bridal gowns with bias cuts, and with buttons at the back or sides to close, brings out the popular 1930 Vintage style. Long sleeves slightly tapering towards the forearm, with basque waist and a satin skirt lets the bride use the gown as evening wear for the reception and is ideal for dancing. The 1930 vintage style focused on natural looks and curves enhanced with bias cuttings and generous satin folds and drapings.Dominated with artistic lace work and lots of frills 1940 vintage wedding dresses are elegant, girlish but at the same time extremley sexy. Decorate the yoke with snow white, buttery cream or even golden and silver colored lace depending on your dress and finish it off with a peral studded sweetheart neckline. You can also go for the strapless sweet heart neckline with a chapel train or a ball gown skirt or a combination of both. A beaded chapel train ball gown with scooped neckline and long sleeves brings out the mysterious aristocratic look. A metallic hidden zipper and a loop back, along long sleeves reflects the 1940 look.If you are someone who loves to be different and distinct then go for the 1950 chantity lace. Create beautiful floral designs with chantity lace for your dress and match it up with a sexy satin drapped skirt. You can also go for the 1960 ankle skimming hemline studded with daimonds at the hem or a trail of daimonds studded criss cross across the skirt. Vintage style wedding dresses are costly and rare to find, but now a days you can get them custom built at various boutiques and online stores.
Vintage Wedding Shoes - Walk in Class and Style
Popular amongst the cosmopolitan crowd and the sizzling stars of hollywood, vintage shoes always make a style statement. Walk down the aisle with a vinatge wedding shoe and become the envy of every other woman. Vintage wedding shoes focus on the suede and high heels. Decorate the suede with bows, pleats, antiques, floral designs and ribbons. A buttercup designed shoe studded with a huge diamond and high heels go perfectly with every dress. Use chaste colors or go for pure white and ivory colored vintage wedding shoes with high heels, round or peep toes and a low cut front. Go for the Mary Jane style strap shoes with low heels, broad and round closed toes with a single buckle strap around the ankle for completing the ensemble.
Antique Clothing - Bringing out the Golden Era
Antique clothing has come back in fashion and is well known for its craze amongst the celebrities. However it is very diificult to get your hands on an authentic antique piece. Very high neckline, full sleeves with intricate lace work on the cuffs, cuirass fitted bodice, princess seams and cotton lining on the skirts bring out the antique look. You can go for a victorian style gown with 3/4 wrist length sleeves combined with french lace and dropped lace neckline or a civil war style wedding petticoat made out of soft lawn with hand embroidery and triangular patch work with delicate and elaborate patterns. You may choose any antique gown out of the numerous options, but be rest assured that you will definitely turn few eyes along the way.The period before the 1920's reflects the antique clothing.
U.S. Senator John McCain’s son’s wedding is the talk of the town!
This past Saturday, June 1st, Navy Lt. Jack McCain, 27, wed his Air Force sweetheart, Renee Swift. The groom wore his formal naval uniform while his bride walked down the aisle in a stunning Marchesa gown.
According to US Weekly Online, the couple said “I do” at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral followed by a reception at the California Academy of Sciences. Gov. Mitt Romney was among the guests at the event.
Senator McCain Instagrammed these pictures from the event and tweeted his congrats to the couple!
We hear they’re headed to Africa for their honeymoon and then Jack will return to Guam for deployment. Congrats to the happy couple!
This love story is all about destiny. Samatha and Aswad grew up in the same town in Massachusetts and lived five minutes apart, but had never met. As fate would have it, the two finally crossed paths while in college at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island. During college, they shared a special gift of friendship that turned into what Samatha describes as a “great love affair” right before she headed to Mississippi for graduate school. After a year of long distance dating, destiny brought this fated couple back together. On 1/1/11, Aswad proposed to Samatha changing their lives forever.
The couple’s e-session was photographed at their alma mater by Gregory Harren of Greg Brett Studios Photography.
Bride: Samatha Vilme
Groom: Aswad Evans
Location: Newport, Rhode Island
“Our engagement session was so much fun. We found a great up and coming photographer in Greg Harren. He made us feel so comfortable along with his fiancee, Colleen. We found it fitting to do our photo shoot in Newport, RI back on Salve Regina’s gorgeous campus. We loved the whole laid back atmosphere of the shoot.”
“Our wedding style is a colorful romance theme. I loved the symbolism behind peacocks so we are adding that element to our wedding. After 8 years of friendship and love, we are finally completing the trilogy on August 10, 2013. We are so excited to finally be married after a 2 year engagement.”