70’s fashion may have been most known for giving us bell bottoms, afros, and platform shoes, but it also gave us glamorous and sophisticated floor length gowns made of light flowy fabrics. I have a huge love for all things vintage glamour, so when I found a chiffon canary yellow 70’s gown I just had to take it home with me. I worked with a group of amazingly talented Dayton, Ohio wedding vendors to bring together a bright and airy vintage industrial wedding shoot inspired by this vintage gown turned alternative wedding dress. A cascade of yellow, blue and pink hues created an ethereal backdrop for an intimate ceremony. A table set for close friends dawned gorgeous floral arrangements dripping with vintage glamour. These were then juxtaposed against modern elements like concrete and copper place settings to create an industrial feel. Every detail from the hand painted cake to the floral pink pumps showed the ability to bring the vintage glamour of the 70’s into modern times.
Venue, Rentals Decor, Styling: Something Old Dayton
Photography: All My Heart Photography
Photography: Tonya Espy Photography
Florist: Poppy Faye Floral
Hair and Makeup: SheTerra Jenkins Beauty Studio
Hair Accessories and Earrings: Bellissima Veils and Headpieces
Wedding Cake: Cake, Hope, & Love
Wedding Bands: Elizabeth Diamond Company
Tuxedo: Folchi’s Tuxedos and Menswear
Laser Cut Signs, Gift Box, and Cake Topper: Avenue 21
Alterations: Silver Wing Alterations
Styling Board: The Little Ladle Co.
Copper Place Card Calligraphy: Suzy Richardt
Velvet Pouch: Honey Silks & Co
Silk Ribbon: The Lesser Bear