How To Make Your Dream Vintage Wedding Come True

How To Make Your Dream Vintage Wedding Come True

Still on the fence with your vintage-inspired wedding theme? The vintage wedding theme never goes out of style as it exudes unmistakeable glamour. Whether you want to capture the roarin’ ‘20s, rock and roll ‘50s or the free spirited ‘70s, the vintage look always look great.

If you’re still looking for ideas to consider, here are some you should check out:


Why not try the colors: mocha, chocolate and cream? Even though they sound like cake ingredients, their color combination will fit perfectly into your minimalist vintage theme. Evoke spring vibes with colors like deep forest green, bronze and black. For a more fresh take, try combining the colors mint, seafoam green as well as salmon pink. It’s a perfect palette for a vintage weddings in your backyard.

The gold and light blue color combination is perfect for daytime weddings that is slightly more formal. Just make sure the gold accents are simple and not too in-your-face. If your daytime wedding has a more casual tone, combine the color rose with mint and sand. It gives off soft garden wedding vibes.

Clothing and Accessories

For the bridal gown, choosing a bias-cut wedding dress will let you have a long sweeping figure. Plus, it has an intimate and clean design. You may also consider having an empire silhouette that gives off a princess-y vibe. For a vintage-inspired headdress, you may want to check on the juliet style or the birdcage veil. For accessories, pearls are the go-to piece and wearing lace gloves will perfect your look, be it long or short.

Your groom can choose to wear a cutaway coat tuxedo and wear it with a butterfly collar. A bow tie and a boutonniere will complement his look. If he’s feeling a little bit unconventional, wearing a fedora is a good choice. Groomsmen can sport pocket-watches or old medallions on their suit pockets. Have your bridesmaids carry parasols or small vintage vanity cases.


For table settings, use fine china with ornate designs. Old ornate frames would look wonderful for your table number holders. In addition to using teapots and teacups as centerpieces, using candelabras is also a great idea. To spruce up wedding chairs, use dried flowers and lace.


Need help getting that vintage look for your wedding? Call Signature Event Rentals and we’ll gladly give you several options for your wedding decor rentals.


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