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Mid Century Mod Wedding Ideas

As far as I’m concerned, this styled shoot from Gideon Photography and Forevermore Events is THE shoot to end all shoots. Gorgeous saturated hues in shades of reds and blues and some delectable treats from Cupcakes by Julie set the scene for a perfect vignette at the home of Mandi Gubler of Vintage Revivals.

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From the photographer, Jimmy of Gideon Photography: This is a really fun Mid Century inspired wedding shoot. Lots of fun details. A beautiful bride, and all the charm that quietly screams the 1950s. The home and decor for the shoot was provided by Mandi Gubler of Vintage Revivals, the wildly popular restoration design blog.

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Shoot Location: St. George, UT / Photographer: Gideon Photography / Shoot Venue: Private Residence / Event Design: Forevermore Events / Wedding Flowers: The Flower Market / Hair: Macy Dockstader / Groom’s Attire: Adrian’s Tuxedo Store / DIY Projects: Vintage Revivals / Desserts: Cupcakes by Julie / Wedding Invitations: Pink Piggy Design

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