70s Femme Bridal Style and how to have a Retro Chic Wedding
Designed with a vintage boss lady aesthetic in mind, Cedarwood Weddings’ pampass grass wedding inspiration is all about STYLE. The bride’s loose, long-sleeve gown paired with a boho headpiece harks back to one of our favorite decades (the 70’s!), and we’re giving a standing ovation to that seriously creative ceremony arch. Every detail was something unique, down to the criss-crossed utensil formation, and this team of vendors pulled off one heck of a show-stopper!
From Cedarwood Weddings: We cherish brides unafraid to challenge the status quo and embrace the unconventional. Our fashion shoot with Julie Paisley evokes the feminist spirit of the 70’s with Rue De Seine’s stunning Zepplin gown featuring long angle sleeves and a front split opening. Cedarwood’s design team loves soft accents that have a bit of an edge, like the custom-designed asymmetrical pampas grass altar. Whimsical floral design encased in glass, wood and wire, with grasses, dahlias, proteas and succulents, bring a touch of vintage festival flair to the elegant table dressed in warm neutral tones with a flowing Honey Silks Co. runner. A vintage Flokali rug anchors the hand painted watercolor ruffled wedding cake on a gilded mirror table, reflecting our eclectic style. And just like the beautifully bold women leading the feminist wave, our bride’s free-spirited sense of identity shines through. Captured by Julie Paisley Photography in a parade of high fashion, vintage hats and sunglasses, this beautiful bride is the real deal.
Photography: Julie Paisley
Venue, Planning Floral & Event Design: Cedarwood Weddings
Rentals: Liberty Party Rental
Paper Goods: Designs in Paper
Bridal Boutique: LVD
Bridal Styling & Model: Ila Dillender of LVD
Hair & Makeup: Leslie Ellis
Gown: Rue De Seine
Headpiece: Untamed Petals by Amanda Judge
Cake: Nashville Sweets
Silk Runner & Ribbon: Honey Silks Co.