Art Deco Moon Wedding Inspiration in Rose Quartz & Serenity
PETERSON DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY
Today’s Art Deco wedding inspiration is the perfect mix of timeless elegance and 1920s styling. And for those reasons alone I love it, but add splashes of Pantone’s Colors of the Year for 2016 (the soft shades of Rose Quartz, and Serenity) alongside pops of garnet, and the Jazz Age has never looked so pretty!…..
With all of the perfectly styled details: from the paper moon ceremony backdrop and chic place settings of the sweetheart table, to the jaw-droppingly opulent florals and marble wedding cake (which are so bang on trend for 2017); it is impossible you will be anything other than completely smitten with it!
But before we dive into the beautiful photographs, a few words from the design team, “We aimed to deliver inspiration for the couple who dreams of a romantic and cutting edge wedding with all the glamour of the 1920’s. We placed our shoot against the majestic architecture of the historic Vibiana of Downtown Los Angeles, with stately columns and ornate marble and tile work. The Rose Quartz and Serenity colors appear throughout in details such as the bride’s striking feather fan, lush pink roses, and blue hydrangeas.
The opulent floral design by Empty Vase combined these soft Pantone pastels with cascades of white orchids and pops of deep burgundy to create the perfect winter palette. Luxe, Art Deco inspired invitations, menus, placecards designed by GoGoSnap! were so incredibly beautiful and the perfect fit for out theme.
Completely dazzling and glamorous, this shoot sets the stage for the quintessential 1920’s wintertime celebration. There’s just so much to love here!”
“Our bride wore a satin Maggie Sottero gown with intricate beading and a flowing tulle overlay. She looked ethereal in a cathedral-length veil by Malis Henderson and bejeweled light blue shoes by BellaBelle Shoes. Crowned with a sparkling headpiece by BelAireBridal and pearl drop earrings by Nefertiti Jewelry, her look epitomized 1920’s sophistication. Her exquisite art deco “Florentina” ring by Brilliant Earth flawlessly completed the ensemble.”
“Our handsome groom donned a navy blue, windowpane suit by Combat Gent, an extremely stylish alternative to the classic black tuxedo. A vintage pocket watch and slicked-back hair perfectly complimented his dapper look, and a silver boutonniere pin by Doctor Gus gave an extra touch of sleekness.”
“The table was set for two with satin napkins and antique glassware in pink and gold tones. Menu and name cards in an art deco motif by GoGoSnap!, and a sweet single peony at each place setting kept the look luxurious and romantic.”
“Elegant sage and dark blue furniture by Sweet Salvage Vintage Rentals produced a warm and lavish setting for cocktails, followed by dancing in the main hall to an antique Victrola.”
“The stunning, three-tier cake was created by Mwokaji Cakery. Their design echoes the Vibiana’s regal marble walls, and gold geometric elements fit perfectly with the art deco theme.”
Isn’t it fabulous? I am so in love with everything about it, but especially that incredible cake! Many thanks to the whole creative team behind this wonderful collaboration, and especially to Peterson Design & Photography for capturing each and every element so flawlessly and for allowing me to share it with you. To see more of her work be sure to head across to her website peterson-design-photo.com, and you can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
If this gorgeous shoot has you dreaming of a wedding full of Gatsby glamour, you will find plenty of inspiration amongst the pages of Chic Vintage Brides. Why not start with this truly stunning shoot with Downton Abbey inspired elegance, or take a peek at this celebration with a glamorous speakeasy vibe, and I just know you will love this gorgeous Gatsby inspired shoot. Oh and if you’ve only just started out on your wedding planning path, and are giving any thought to having an e-sesh take a look at this one – it is fab-u-lous! And if you’re an Art Deco loving bride than be sure to check out the utterly divine latest collection of bridal shoes from Emmy London.
Contributors & Credits
Photography ~ Peterson Design & Photography // Planning ~ Erin Hansen Events & Designs // Floral Design ~ Empty Vase // Venue ~ Vibiana // Models ~ Tais and Maxwell Lowry // Hair & Makeup ~ PAGE Beauty // Wedding Invitations, Menus, Placecards ~ GoGoSnap! // Vintage Postage ~ Verde Studio // Signs & Calligraphy ~ Typecast Lettering // Vintage Rentals ~ Sweet Salvage Vintage Rentals // China & Glassware ~ Classic Party Rentals // Wedding Cake ~ Mwokaji Cakery // Paper Moon ~ Paper Moon Shoppe // Bridal Boutique ~ Bridal Elegance // Wedding Dress ~ Maggie Sottero // Headpiece ~ BelAireBridal // Veil ~ Malis Henderson // Custom Earrings ~ Nefertiti Jewelry // Bridal Shoes ~ BellaBelle Shoes // Groom’s Suit ~ Combat Gent, Vest from Amazon // Boutonniere Pin ~ Doctor Gus // Vintage Ring ~ Brilliant Earth // Ring Box ~ The Mrs. Box