Shout-out to my hometown Miami and this stunning vintage-inspired wedding. The bride, Annie, is also a writer for Style Me Pretty, so her wedding, no doubt, was packed full of the best of the best in inspiration. But because I’m forever devoted to fashion, let’s talk clothes. Her headpiece and veil are every inch the 1920s. And the back of her dress is divine – a deep backless cut embellished in silver applique, tulle, and sparkle – wow.
If you haven’t laid eyes on this gorgeous pair somewhere on the internet, you must scroll on. Seriously — sexiest couple ever. Mariana + Rik are the uber creative type. She’s an insanely talented photographer (Mariana Garcia & Porcelaine Project) and he’s a creative director, graphic designer, and runs his own modern design studio, FACE.
But more than the well-crafted photo shoot, the lovely props, the stunning couple – that dress is to die for. Mariana’s dress oozes daring – from the wide-weave crochet to the revealing cut, even the unexpected knee-length – fashion perfection.
Via 100 Layer Cake // Photography: Porcelaine Project + Edith Valle // Bride’s dress: Vintage 1950s // Shoes: Dolce & Gabanna // Jewelry: Mother of the brides (vintage) // Groom’s suit: German Deheza // Shoes: Marc Jacobs // Eyewear: Tom Ford
I’ve had a crush on Miu Miu for a long time, and these shoes are no exception. But what really gets me about these sweet black and white color-block Miu Miu’s is how well they pair with the rest of the bride (and wedding’s) roaring twenties vibe. That cutout sequin Alice Temperley dress is incredible, and paired with the perfect vintage-esque mary jane pumps – heaven.
Via 100 Layer Cake // Photography: Weddings by Two / Planning & Design: Jillian Event Design // Dress: Alice Temperley // Shoes: Miu Miu // Purse: a vintage Whiting & Davis // Jewelry: vintage from Deco Jewels
The Groom is a writer and The Bride is an artist, so not surprisingly their wedding was stunning, creative, and oh-so-unique.
Both Matt and Geneva love antiquing and Geneva’s ring is actually an antique from the 1920s. Their gorgeous venue, the Clarke Estate was also built in the 20′s so the couple thought it would be fun to have a roaring 20′s party! Saying their vows under a large tree in the middle of an orchard, surrounded by friends and family while dancing to the romantic tunes of Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire – that was just the fairytale twist to their magical celebration.
Also, not sure if we’re more impressed by Wildflowers Photography‘s unbelievable ability to capture the twenties vibe, or the wedding party’s utter dedication to posing in exactly what we would assume are spot-on twenties poses.
Also, that cupcake display is jaw-dropping.