A wedding in an aviation museum is one thing, but this couple added in some amazing 1930s details that take it to another level. We’re talking photos that totally suggest Casablanca, complete with a Humphrey Bogart-style groom in a white jacket. The air mail-toting flower girls, the “Adventure Book,” and a spectacular venue space just make it all that much more awesome.
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1939 was the backdrop for this romantic wedding with a Quaker ceremony. With tons of flowers, immaculate decor, and a fabulous venue, it is easy to see the love that went into the planning. Plus, the reception had era-appropriate cocktails that seemed to make people ready to party — even the bride’s mom. This era-inspired theme week is rocking my world!
Candance and Erik has a simple ceremony at the registry office in London. They created a vinage feel with her lovely satin gown and Erik’s pin-stripe suit and hat. Friends from all over the world came to see them wed and Candance rocked a leather jacket and skull ring to keep things ‘her.’
Religion is very important to Sarah & Todd. But that didn’t mean they couldn’t make a few changes to their traditional ceremony, like adding the “wine box unity ceremony” into their modern-vintage travel themed wedding.
Tami & Tristan got married on a farm next to a beautiful river in Melbourne. They had 1930’s theme and the bride entered the wedding in an old carriage! They finished the evening by suspiring everyone with a swing dance!