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Contemporary brides & grooms who don’t want to go the modern path but try something old-fashionably chic can choose the amazing 1920s style. This period is often associated with the striking Art Deco era and this is why the wedding inspiration related to this subject contains so many specific details of this kind. There are so many ideas you can exploit for a ‘20s inspired wedding! We are very enthusiastic about vintage wedding themes because they provide with a lot of creative inspiration.
When planning a 1920s wedding reception all you need to do is to set your mind on everything old. Not old-old as in ancient or traditionally conservative, but just old-fashion. Our wedding designers show us a beautiful approach to this style that is based on both the old and the new look. The best way to go for those who don’t want their wedding to be outdated is the modern-vintage style. We brought a few beautiful images of unique 1920s decorations and arrangements.
You can perhaps get inspired from these photos and try to build your own style. You can choose to follow the spectacular Art Deco style and create a bold and dramatically romantic wedding. Use anything that you can find in your grandmother’s home, like old books, vintage bottles or jars, cans, cups, urns and tea tins, birdcages, suitcases, photo-frames. Make sure they all look dusty. The used look is ideal for vintage wedding receptions. If you can’t find anything in your grandma’s closet, take a trip to the flea market. Or try at local thrift stores and boutiques.
You will be surprised to see how many original and eye-catchy items you can find in antique shops. They look authentic and they’re also affordable. Make sure that your old-fashion wedding is still romantic and elegant. For a touch of whimsicality and glamour you can use feathers, rhinestones, fabric, pearls and other sparkling or crafty details. 1920s themed weddings are fascinating affairs that can help you build charming memories for you and your family.
For an Art Deco theme you can use the black and white scheme or another crisp mix accented with splashes of silver and red. You should dress up the entire party in the classic colors of your wedding. The party has to be fun, funky and dancing. So make sure you use the best jazz music for your guests to dance the night away until the morning. 1920s wedding receptions look fabulous in the evening hours. Use sensual soft lights to create an intimate ambiance and a cozy-relaxed mood for your attendants. The nonchalant flair of this era fits perfectly well the vintage bride. She can go for a flapper dress and steal away the show.