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Printable Photo Station Sign

I don’t usually post this late, but we were having some technical issues earlier this morning that had to be taken care of (good news though!). This week’s wedding template is a photo station sign for guests to take photos of your wedding using vintage cameras you can buy for under 5 dollars at thrift stores. The sign says “Grab a camera and take pictures”, to welcome anyone a try. Quick note: though you may be tempted to kindly ask your guests to rewind the film when they’re done, some people may not know how a specific camera functions so encourage them to put it down when done shooting or alternately use more modern point and shoot film cameras, which can also be purchased for under $10 each at thrift stores.

Designed by Carolynn from Two Brunettes, who created the template in three different color schemes: bright yellow, spring green and lilac. The template was made in a handy 8×10 size, so all you need is a frame. Have fun!

Vintage Photo Camera Station Sign Grab a camera and take a picture
Vintage Photo Camera Station Sign Grab a camera and take a picture
Vintage Photo Camera Station Sign Grab a camera and take a picture

Download Vintage Photo Station Sign.pdf

1930s Wedding Dresses by Johanna Johnson

Next week we’ll be sharing a lovely vintage wedding where the bride wore this amazing Art Deco inspired wedding dress, and when I heard it was by Johanna Johnson I had to see more. Doing a quick Google search, I found the entire collection. You can zoom in to see every little detail. Every inch of these bias cut gowns screams 1930′s glamour, with tactfully placed crystals and the most dreamy sleeves a wedding dress can have. Not to mention the vintage inspired hair and makeup heaven this collection is – and they’re natural looking, too. What about the vintage inspired cap veils? I was never fond of long veils, but this first one got me.

It was very difficult to pick just a few, but I think these will give you a taste of Art Deco delight…

Art Deco 1930's wedding dress vintage cap veil
Art Deco 1930's wedding dress v open back
Vintage Wedding dresses from the 1930's 1920's
Art Deco 1930's wedding hairdo makeup ideas
Art Deco 1930's wedding dress cap sleeves
Art Deco 1930's wedding dress headband veil
Art Deco 1930's wedding dress vintage cap veil






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Katie + Josh's Eco Chic Wedding

Love eco-friendly weddings, probably just as much as I love vintage weddings! Their 60′s psychedelic styled invitations and vinyl record save-the-date “cards” (!) set the tone for Katie and Josh’s modern chic affair. Katie’s dress is one of my favorite wedding gowns ever…it’s the Scarlet by Monique Lhuillier. Shot by the talented Annie McElwain.

Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Katie’s advice to those who planning their weddings:

My first piece of advice for new brides would be to figure out what you and your future husband love and marry those idea’s. My greatest achievement with planning our wedding was that I was able to incorporate my loves, his loves, and our loves.

Secondly, when looking for a dress try to only bring one other person that knows you well or go alone. The dress you wear should be the dress you pick and love, not what other people say looks best. After you’ve decided on one, then bring whomever you’d like to see it. Of course everyone is different, but that’s what worked best for me and ultimately with friends of mine that were recently married.

Thirdly, try to have fun! Wedding planning doesn’t need to be stressful, just ask for help where you need it. And lastly, trust your instincts. You know you and your fiance best. My wedding was also 80% Eco Friendly. If you are looking to have a “green” wedding, it can be done without compromising your style.

Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding
Eco Chic Wedding

Wedding Planner: Camilla Ghedini / Florist: Gilly’s Flowers / Photography: Annie McElwain / Caterer: Eco-Caters / Hair and Makeup: Rebecca DuMoulin (brooklynhair@gmail.com) / Rabbi: Rabbi Jay Levi / DJ: Howie Pyro (googoomuck13@gmail.com): Video DJ: Chris Holmes (ashtarchris@hotmail.com) / Venue: The Smog Shoppe / Rentals: Town and Country Event Rentals Invitations, Save the Dates, Place Cards, and Table Numbers: Michael Kendrick (if anyone should ask for his info, please let Katie know in the comment section) / Cake: The Cake Diva’s (organic, gluten free, sugar free) / Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier / Wedding Shoes: Lanvin / Groom’s Suit: J. Lindeberg / Shoes: Barney’s New York / Bridemaids Dresses: Diane Von Furstenberg

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