Vintage Wedding Theme

A wedding sprinkled with vintage pieces is definitely a favorite of ours. There is something so charming and oh so romantic about it! Whether it’s a touch of vintage lace or a vintage vase paired with lovely flowers, these lovely details become a part of a new, beautiful story and this sweet round up is sure to inspire yours.

Here are a couple of photos from Bryan & Jamie’s wedding that will surely inspire you! The theme is absolutely classic and chic. All the little details from the pictures to the flowers and the books makes this wedding an absolute favorite!


                             This wall piece right here has a lot of vintage photos. I love the different shapes and sizes of picture frames. This definitely adds a lot to the vintage theme. The candelabras hanging adds that rustic feel to it. This is a great way to show your family pictures!


Pearls, book, music notes, candles and flowers? Need I say more? I love this table center piece. This is the definition of vintage. A really good way to subtly add vintage on the tables. Also, that crocheted table piece is gorgeous!


Framed pictures of your loved ones (Grandparents, parents, etc) are a great way to remember them especially on a special day that marks your new beginnings.


Vintage dresser, cloths and lamp. This is a great decoration to add your little party favors. It goes so well with the garden of flowers. I’m in love!

DSC04910From vintage books to pearls to vintage plates. This is a very simple, classic way to add vintage to your wedding. I hope this inspires you to add something classic to your wedding theme.

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