Keira + Dan's Quirky New England Wedding II

Continuing with this sweet vintage wedding shot by Studio Nouveau with a Super 8mm video by Hello Super 8

From Keira, the bride:

Dan is actually the crafty one in our home. He made the Save the Dates and place cards himself and also designed the images for the temporary tattoos we handed out. I love DIY, but I am hopeless with crafts. I guess I am more of a do-it-for-me person (DIFM?). We used a lot of great Etsy vendors for the bridesmaid dresses, temporary tattoos, and other decorations. Etsy is addictive and invaluable for party planning. I was lucky enough to have some amazing and talented friends offer to help–2 of them were so inspired by this that they have started their own Etsy shops! We also chose vendors that really find the art in everything they do. This meant a lot of “what do you think of this?” back and forth emails and a ton of inspiration images. It resulted in an amazing group of people who were really invested in our wedding.

1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=
1950's Vintage Wedding Pink Petticoat Short Wedding class=

Here’s the video in Super 8mm film by Megan from Hello Super 8. It will give you a more comprehensive idea of how fun this wedding was! Also, turn up the volume because “Hotel Yorba” by the White Stripes is perfect for the video.

Complete list of vendors:
Location: Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center / Caterer: Cuisine Chez Vous / Florist: Bow Street Flowers/ Wedding dress: Stephanie James Couture / Groom’s suit: Thick as Thieves/ Groom’s fedora hat: Salmagundi / Bridesmaid dresses: Miss Brache on Etsy/ Bridesfella suit: the clearance section of Brooks Brothers / Photographers: Studio Nouveau / Super 8mm Video: Hello Super 8 / Bride’s hair piece: Leah C (it’s actually a bridesmaid piece) / Bridesmaids’ headbands: Keira’s friend Erin Sherry/ Boutonnieres: Amber’s (the bridesmaid in the mermaid print dress) Etsy shop Drinking Stars

12 Comments
  1. Is this Keira Horowitz? I think it has to be, and we definitely went to college together. Anyway, Keira if you read this your wedding looks like so much fun! I love your dress and style and all of the wonderful personal touches. Congratulations!

    -Lacey Langston

  2. Love love love it! It’s adorable that she’s taller than him. AND this totally helped me figure out how to get the chuppah to stand up during my ceremony – make the wedding party hold it up!! I am definitely stealing that idea.

    Congratulations, you adorable couple, you.

  3. I love the first look photo! This couple is so awesome! Love his suit with the hat and pink tie. And her shoes and dress are beautiful together!

  4. Love the pink petticoat and so wonderful to see a bouquet devoid of roses. The soft blooms are a perfect match to the tone of the dress. I really like it!

    I keep wondering when my pictures are going to show up over here though! It’s been a long time! :/

    Loooove these though. Very sweet.

  5. Okay, where did they get that teal baroque frame?? The one that has the chalkboard in it? I REALLY want one of those frames (for cheaper, please), but don’t know where I can find one!

    1. Marisa, the frames were purchased at Ikea. They were spray painted teal, then a board was cut, painted with chalkboard paint and affixed to the back.

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