Check out Elsa’s awesome manifesto that challenges the WIC’s assumptions about what is “bridal,” to get to know this awesome bride. Then get a load of the dino and Doctor Who details, purple swingin’ dress, and “steamcane” that made this wedding fabulous.
Ok, why didn’t someone tell me about Ruche.com sooner?! For those of you who are leaning towards the vintage-y/classic end of the wedding aesthetics spectrum (as opposed to the rainbow carnival freakout or zombie-chic), this place is your new favorite website. Some of their stuff reminds me of BHLDN’s styling, but without the $128 buckets and other overpriced pomp. Their bridal lookbooks? TO DIE FOR. They’re like vintage-tinged fever dreams that I want to crawl into and pretend I’m more understated and chic than I actually am.
What do you need to get married? This couple says just Vegas, some friends, a little black dress, and a boot full o’ booze! And I’m inclined to agree. In fact, I’m a bit envious of a whole night carousing in a pink Caddy, grabbing strangers for photos, and hitchin’ rides in limos. Sign me up!
There is something about a man in uniform and a classic bride that just looks so right. This week’s Vintage Snack takes us to 1979 where an officer weds his bride.
This vintage nugget from the ’50s shows a couple of sassy cats just wed in Manhattan. And they are to die for. Check them out in the first of our weekly Vintage Snacks!
Bay and Juan were married at Greenwood Cemetery and then they performed for their guests in Coney Island. But not before they got a surprise message from the family dog!