Monday, July 2, 2012

Vintage Weekends (Real loves): Anthropologie inspired

Hi sweeties! Vintage Weekends is back for the week and we hoped you guys had an awesome week.  Today's Vintage wedding story we'd like to feature about a lovely wedding by Stacy &  Paul from  Huntington Beach, Ca. The Bride, Stacey, was inspired by all the vintage finds and inspiration she found from visiting her favorite store, Anthropologie. She wanted their wedding to be unique & crafted by their own ideas, simply with because their love for retro things. "The idea of fun going was going to flea markets together and finding things we could incorporate into the wedding.

dahlia bouquet
rustic outdoor wedding ceremony
flower girl princess
The idea of a wedding inspired by Anthropologie is somewhat new and unique to brides these days. It combines the theme of vintage in modern edgy ways. The brilliant part was incorporating these vintage items and modernize them, creating a look which is simple yet sophisticated. Old items can be such a unique centerpieces; provided with right arrangement & perfect blooms altogether. After all every bride yearns for an unforgettable wedding; whether by their attire to flowers or to favors. Therefore, to create one beautiful vintage setting, brides must look at every detail and every aspect of the whole arrangement.
dahlia bouquet
wooden balsa wood flower boutonniere
Usually muted colors theme played a big part in Vintage weddings. The color palettes varies from 'after rain' colors such as blues & greys, to neutral browns and muted pastels. The idea is to capture the retro in current moment, giving a soft romantic feel. In her wedding, Stacey also incorporated old books, bottles and wooden boxes as part of her centerpieces. They're somehow pretty and neat yet quite vintage-ish.
Check out the balsa wood boutonnieres she did for her groomsmen attire.
wedding party
wedding signs
Also she incoporated Fun in her wedding, by hanging name cards made by wooden papers and clothing-pegs. We also love the way she put 'stories' on wooden centerpieces and old books as part of her table numbers. Quite the unique assemble!
wedding name cards with scrabble pieces
wedding typewriter guestbook
wedding table numbers with scrabble pieces
wildflowers for wedding centerpieces
vintage books and scrabble pieces for centerpiece
And her gorgeous wedding invitation was well vintage made too.
wedding invitation in a box
And last but not least; the ever retro dessert table designed by these talented ladies from Jesi Haack + Sweet & Saucy. The brilliant muted colors ribbons, the 3-tiered cupcake holder and wooden frames made a big impact when creating this dessert table. Simply neat and refreshing! Of course; the wooden boxes also made an awesome way in creating the desserts staging too. A way brilliant idea to keep it simple! We also looove the doves + nest they inserted at the side. Cuteness!!....  Who knew, such a small piece, yet it brings out a lively charm of the table outlook.
wedding dessert table my sweet saucy
modern wedding cake and mini desserts
mini desserts wedding cheesecake
mini desserts sweet and saucy shop
Credits :: Moderated by Songket Affairs; Source: Green Wedding shoes:
Vendors :: Photographer: Jeff Wallace :: Event Planning: Jesi Haack Weddings :: Cake Designer: Sweet & Saucy ::
Floral Designer: JL Designs (bouquets by Carissa) :: Caterer: 24 Carrots  :: Reception Venue: Red Horse Barn ::

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