I didn’t think I was going to be able to make it to Friday this week. The day job has been keeping me long, and I am prepping/gearing up for one of my biggest weddings this weekend. So not a lot from me today. Just enjoy this Black & Gold, Vintage inspired wedding inspiration post and get your early bird tickets for our next DIY workshop on June 29th before the prices go up on Sunday!
Let’s get it going.
A Black & Gold, Vintage Hollywood Inspired Wedding in New York
Photographer: Kathleen Hertel Photography | Submitted via Two Bright Lights
We chose black, white and gold to be our wedding colors. The color combination is very retro and classy. We planned our wedding to take place in the Hudson Valley because the bride’s large Italian family all dwells there. The bride and groom both reside outside of Los Angeles, so the entire wedding was planned without ever seeing the venue. The bride’s father had been to weddings at the venue and went and met with the owners and then gave the bride his approval that she would love the venue. The 4th of July seemed it would be a perfect date.
The bride and groom love everything 1940’s and 1950’s. The groom is an avid collector of old cars and the couple always listens to oldies’. The Dutchess Manor in Beacon, NY was the perfect venue for their retro wedding. The interior decor was mostly black and gold so it really tied in the wedding colors.
Click inside for the rest of these gorgeous vintage Hollywood inspired wedding pictures!
The table numbers were created by the bride. The bride and groom picked their favorite musicians of the 1940s and 1950s and designated each table to a musician. Some of the tables were: Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Sam Cook and Frankie Lymon.
The seating cards were also created by the bride. White feathers were used and were stuck into a gold piece of styrofoam.
Happy Friday Romancers!! Hope you guys have a FANTASTIC weekend. Catch you on the flip side.
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