How To Put A Vintage Spin On Your Wedding!


Posted on June 5th in Garters, vintage, weddings. No Comments

Regardless of whether or not you are about to get married, most women love looking at bridal magazines or fantasizing about what their big day could be like. Of course, there is usually a lot of anticipation around what the bride is wearing. Modern brides today are up to date on the latest bridal trends, but many women still want that traditional look as they’re walking down the aisle. Today we’re featuring some iconic bridal dresses that stay true to vintage fashion.

 

Wide shoulders and a deep v-neck create a gorgeous silhouette, and like many vintage wedding gowns this one features lots of lace and delicate beading. The hair is styled with classic waves, and elbow length gloves which we feature on our site pull it all together.


 

McCall’s was a line of sewing patterns that often featured dresses and wedding patterns.  This dress was one of his popular patterns with a beautiful scalloped neckline and empire waist. A dress like this with with long sleeves was another common feature of vintage wedding gowns.

 

Luckily if you don’t want to hunt for a vintage style, there are modern day designer who incorporate love of vintage silhouettes into their designs. This is perfect for women who want a vintage flair but don’t necessarily want to go through searching for an dress from that era.  This dress is from a 2013 collection and has a lace and empire waist like the previous gowns, however the long veil with lace trim is the eye-catching component here.

 

Once you have the dress you can’t forget about the wedding lingerie! Beautiful white pieces from Secrets in Lace are perfect to wear under the gown or to change into for your first night with your new partner.  A sheer lace longline bra like this looks flawless with elbow length gloves and a big ol’ diamond ring!

 

If you’re getting ready to tie the knot, hopefully this provided you with some inspiration for your big day; but everyone else can certainly appreciate seeing vintage fashions incorporated into the bridal world.





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