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Video: Nellie & Tyler's Super 8-Style Wedding

From the awesome Beatles' soundtrack to the nifty super 8-style filming, Nellie and Tyler's wedding video (shot by Hello Super 8) is packed with vintage style. Check it out!...read more

Posted Thursday 9/24/2009


Vintage Wedding Dress Shopping Dos and Don’ts

There are a lot of reasons to go vintage with your wedding dress -- a unique look and a classically elegant style, to name a few -- but finding the perfect vintage gown is not always as easy as rummaging through your grandmother's attic. For those of us not blessed with the perfect hand-me-down, we...read more

Posted Tuesday 12/14/2010

by Justine Lorelle Blanchard 

A Roaring 20s Wedding in Ohio

From newsboy ring bearers to a vintage 20s cake topper, this Ohio wedding fully committed to a vintage theme. Even guests got in on the theme with flapper-inspired dresses and fedoras. The couple served soda in glass bottles to complete the vintage feel. Photos by: White Photography View the full...read more

Posted Tuesday 7/7/2009


The Best Vintage Wedding Music by Decade

Set the stage for your vintage wedding with these hit songs from your favorite decade. 1910s 1. "You're My Baby" by A. Seymour Brown and Nat D. Ayer (1912) 2. "For Me and My Gal" by Edgar Leslie, E. Ray Goetz, and George W. Meyer (1917) 3. "The Wedding Glide" by Louis Hirsch (1912) 4. "To Have, to...read more

Posted Tuesday 12/14/2010

by Justine Lorelle Blanchard 

5 Vintage Wedding Favor Ideas

Send your guests home happy with vintage-style wedding favors that are anything but passe. 1. Open Up Give a nod to a bygone era -- and snail mail! -- with engraved letter openers. Complete the package by wrapping them in brown paper tied with twine or tea-stained lace ribbon. Print your new address...read more

Posted Tuesday 12/14/2010

by Justine Lorelle Blanchard 

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