(Closed) Anyone having a Victorian-era influenced wedding?

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
873 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Ours isn’t exactly Victorian era – but the venue is a little Victorian and we’re having lawn games like croquet between the ceremony and reception …

Post # 6
1313 posts
Bumble bee

I’m going for a vintage, rustic feel but I think our ideas might coincide a bit.

I love the Victorian look as well!

I am terribly sorry I can’t cite the source of these images. At the time, I was writing a personal blog, which I just thought would be for my eyes only so I didn’t worry about it.
 (I am having a time attaching the 2nd picture.. tried to link, failed. Downloaded the img and tried to attach, size denied… resized and still won’t work!)

here’s the link to the post with the pic on my blog



Post # 7
554 posts
Busy bee

@veg – i am glad you like! Let me know if you need any photog suggestions. I did a ton of looking around the tri-state area since I lived (moved to Germany for 2 years in between) in NYC and am getting married in Philly.

Post # 8
1051 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

My bffs wedding this summer was Victorian-themed, will have to dig around for photos (most are on external HD.  In a box.  In my closet).  She used Tussie Mussies for bouquets, had tables named after Victorian-era flower arrangements, lots of lace…

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