I am loving this 1920s vintage glam wedding inspiration from Traci Burke Photography that I have for you all today! A stylish bride and oh-so-dapper groom, plus some fabulous 1920s themed wedding ideas, like a speakeasy bar, make this shoot absolutely amazing!
From Shelley of Better Half Weddings:
“I loved the idea of bringing the Roaring Twenties to life here in South Florida. When people think of South Florida they automatically think of palm trees, white sand, and turquoise waters. I really wanted to bring the sophistication and class of the 1920s right here in our own backyard, without the tropical twist. I immediately thought of the perfect park, which happened to be nestled within my aunt’s neighborhood in Boca Raton called Charleston Place. The architectural details within the community are just stunning. You feel like you’ve stepped back in time and have been transported out of Florida; surrounded by South Carolina charm, hanging lanterns, fancy gazebos, and brick driveways, the community is stunning. With a background as a bridal stylist, I knew I wanted to borrow gowns & a flashy headpiece from Patricia South’s Wedding Center, because they’re known for carrying designers like Sue Wong that would nail the glitz & glamour flapper after-party dress I had imagined. It was our intention to bring the classic novel, The Great Gatsby, to life through a Speakeasy Bar with crystal decanters and whiskey tasting, a romantic dessert table decked out in 1920s flare, a cigar & scotch lounge, and ending with a bride + groom jazz dance off.”
Some of these ideas are amazing! I mean, a cigar and scotch lounge? If you’re wanting to have something a little different at your wedding, that is awesome!
So tell me- will any of you be taking a page from the past to inspire your own wedding?
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