A little rain didn’t stop this glam celebration! Beautiful silver and gold plus vintage touches made this 1920s inspired wedding just breathtaking. See a few of our favorite details and scroll to the bottom to read this couple’s proposal story from the bride!
An elegant Art Deco invitation got guests excited for the stylish event!
2. A Sweet Private Moment
Before the ceremony, the couple took a moment for some private time together.
The bride and groom took advantage of their gorgeous vineyard venue to snap some beautiful photos in a tall ornate window and outside with a foggy, romantic backdrop.
A vintage white Packard Super 8 made a fitting getaway car for after the ceremony.
The gents donned classic gray suits with gray ties for a debonair look.
The gals glistened in silver sequined dresses. Even the flower girl looked adorable in her silvery frock!
7. Sophisticated Bridal Style
The bride brought on the glam with a simple braided hairstyle and an exquisite beaded gown.
8. Lots of Laughter
Happiness filled the room as the bride and groom shared their vows.
Guests dined for a classic seated dinner at one long family style table. Hydrangeas and white roses and an eclectic mix of gold candelabras and votives created a dazzling table.
After dinner, the DJ pumped up the jams as guests danced the night away.
A Surprise Proposal
This bride even shared the sweet story of how they met! From the bride:
“Danny and I had decided to have our Christmas together on December 19. We always have ours early so it can be just the two of us, so nothing seemed out of the ordinary. I came home from work and he made me close my eyes so I wouldn’t see that he had decorated the entire kitchen and dining room with flowers and candles. After I got ready, we sat down and ate the most amazing dinner – beef tenderloin, veggies, and even homemade dessert! He even had a playlist of all of our songs playing through the whole thing. Of course, I cried half my makeup off at that point, but I had no idea what was going on!
After dinner, we exchanged gifts. When he handed me mine, I honestly thought it was a cookbook, which we laugh about now. It ended up being the sweetest, most romantic book about our life together, with tons of pictures from our first date until now. I STILL had no idea what was going on, but I had cried the other half of my makeup off by this point. Then I got to the last page, which had the words: “WILL YOU MARRY ME?” He got down on one knee and put the ring on my finger!”
Photographer: Priscilla Thomas Photography | Dress Designer: Allure Bridals | Dress Store: Bridal Elegance | Equipment Rentals: Festive Fare Rentals | Cake Designer: Giancarlo Fine European Pastries | Caterer: Glorious Foods | Floral Designer: Harris Teeter | Officiant: Kevin Garcia | Etsy Designer: Mason Rabbits Paperie | Invitation Designer:Nellie and Co | DJ: NorCal Pro Sound | Makeup Artist: Rachel Macrae | Veils and headpieces: Sarah Morgan Bridal | Event Venue: Trump Winery
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