Post # 1
I reciently discovered that my bf purchased an engagement ring, so while I’m waiting for him to propose, I’ve been thinking about weddings…ALOT! Hehe. I love the idea of a Classic-October 1950’s style wedding, but I don’t want it to be TOO much of a theme and be kitchy. Here are some of my ideas… what do you think? Too much? Or on point? Would you add anything? Thanks for your input!
I love this table scape and colors.
I love the whitemilk pumpkins and grooms attire.
Romantic white garden roses tied in…
My 1950’s cake topper, from Etsy.
Bridesmaid dress: Love the style, but questioning the color.
Wedding dress idea.
Kittle House, Westchester NY.
Post # 3
Looks like one beautiful wedding coming up!
Post # 4
Wow, you have this done. I’m engaged and don’t have this much detail done! I think it’s beautiful.
The only thing to keep in mind is that the whole vintage thing is crazy popular right now. I chose not to go vintage because I knew my guests will/have been to many like that and I wanted to be unique.
Post # 5
I love your ideas! The wedding dress is pretty! Its okay if vintage weddings are super popular right now no two weddings are going to be exactly a like.
Post # 7
Thank you all, for the feedback. 🙂
Post # 8
I really like the bridesmaid dress, especially the color. I think you should go for it!
Post # 9
Everything looks vintage and classic! Definitely NOT kitchy! Gorgeous all around!
Post # 10
wow you got more done than I even thought of and my wedding is a couple mos away
Post # 11
I love your theme! I am aiming for a vintage theme also, and I don’t really care I’d it’s trendy or not. 🙂
Post # 12
i have a rustic/vintage theme, i love the look of vintage anything…. i don’t care if it’s trendy or not…
Post # 14
Where is the bridesmaid dress from? I am getting married around the same time and love the cut/color of the dress….
Post # 15
Seems like your done planning! 😛 Andd the countdown to being official begins! Congrats 🙂
Post # 16
keriandblake: The dress is from dessy.com