How to Organize a Vintage Wedding
The wedding scene has changed in the past years and it seems like most of the recent generation is appreciating the old times wedding culture rather than the modern culture. It is beyond doubt that vintage is finding its way back to the hearts of the many people as most weddings are incorporating dusty roses, homemade stationery, silver candelabra and lace fabrics there is no end to these vintage designs. There are many styles you can choose for your vintage wedding from the distinct 1930’s theme or the rock and roll themes; the best thing will be planning for your wedding as early as possible. Whether you will have to dust up all those old wedding magazines or visit some antique shops and fair to get ideas on where to start on planning your vintage wedding.
The first thing one has to consider if planning to have a vintage wedding would be securing a venue of the wedding, Since some of the venues have a high popularity the best option would be booking the venue earlier because there are venues which have to book ranging from two years in advance. In the case that you get a couple of places available the next step will be choosing which best fits your budget and bearing in mind that the character and heritage are well outlined. If your planning for a vintage wedding it importance to use subtle colors that will encapsulate the vintage look rather than the bright, modern colors seen in most weddings.
With the high economy, many brides are opting for budget wedding dresses compared to the overpriced custom and handmade designer dresses flocking the wedding market. The better place to find moderately priced vintage wedding dresses would be on vintage fairs, where you will pick that simple lace fabric and ivory tone dress and then be tailored to fit you perfectly, and I assure you nobody would spot the difference from the overpriced dresses. Not forgetting your bridesmaids consider simple dresses that suit the maid’s personality as they portray their elegance looked walking down the aisle.
The crucial thing about the vintage wedding is that during that time art and crafts skills were well demonstrated so when making decorations incorporate handmade centerpieces on the rustic bars and tables. However, vintage design will be best completed if there was a Polaroid camera just near the guest book where they could take photos or instead of a guest book, you could use an old typewriter in which guest can type their messages. It is incredible to note that, nothing that completes a good vintage wedding, like old school music or live band. Perhaps getting a swing band or the 1960s rock’n’roll bands to entertain your guest.
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