Ashley and Robert had that idea that they'd plan an authentic 1930s-styled garden party. The nail's head was hit so hard, the nail died. The affair was held at a 1907 Tudor mansion in Highland Park, CA, with a 1935 Packard sedan to deliver the bride. The groom and groomsmen wore 1930s-era morning attire with top hats, while the bridesmaids were clad in couture organza gowns created by Ashley's good friend and bridesmaid, Theresa Laquey. The bride's out-of-this-universe dress is actual 1930s vintage from eBay. To top it all off, the catering was based on actual recipes from a 1930s cookbook. Everything about this makes me want to blow my wig… blink my peepers… be dizzy with these dames… and basically blurt out a lot of 1930s slang.
The real magic must have been in the invitations that somehow made all the guests be perfectly attired and coiffed for this era. Because if I know people, and I don't, I know they herd like cats when it comes to this stuff.
Well, now I officially don't believe that this wedding is even from the present, but rather that they are time travelers set to blow our minds. Mission accomplished, time and space benders… mission accomplished.
You can see more photos from the wedding here.
Here are some of the vendors who made the day happen: