So you’re about to get married! If you though that planning an entire wedding is as easy as choosing among Course A and Course B, then you have a long way to go. When you think about planning a wedding, you see yourself reading some magazines for inspiration, watching wedding videos and picturing yourself in the vintage gown of your dreams; well, these are just the start and quite frankly only the fun parts. An authentic and gorgeous vintage wedding is not entirely based on the design and style of your accessories and dresses; a vintage wedding is all about the ambience and mood of the event for the whole day.
Vintage Wedding Plans
Since you already know that you’d love to have a Wine Barrels for vintage wedding, time to decide if you want to go for the 100% vintage from top to bottom and everything in between or the modern wedding with artistically placed vintage twists here and there; of course it’s your choice. A few factors need to be take into account as you start and finalise each and every aspect of the wedding.
Get some inspiration from various vintage wedding invitations available.
One of the most stylish ways to reveal you whole wedding theme to your guests is through the invitation that they’ll receive. Since you are planning a vintage wedding, go for the ones that look like old photos, telegraphs or just about any statement item from the era you chose.
Take into account absolutely every design and accessory to be used on your wedding venue.
Out of the numerous eras which history provides us, there are some that simple standout thanks to colours and Farm Tables for designs that are specific only to them. A great example of these would be the colour turquoise, it represents the era of the 1950’s. As a bride, you have the final say in everything that goes in the wedding venue so if any vintage design calls to you and it so happens to fit the theme then go for it; you have the final say with regards to the colours, centre pieces, designs and just about every excruciating detail there is. In case you chose to go for a modern theme with a vintage twist, just be sure to incorporate everything really well since a design out of place is quite the eyesore.
You might want to add even more vintage vibes by serving dishes popular in the era you chose.
The era that you chose for your vintage theme might have had a signature dish or drink made popular during their time. On the other hand, if you want to go for a walk down memory lane, you can opt for an old family recipe, grandma’s signature dishes or even grandpa’s favourite drink.