There are many ways to incorporate a vintage look into your wedding, especially if you’re leaning towards a certain time period. However, if your goal is to have more of a vintage feel than bold theme, perhaps consider choosing your venue based on historical buildings that inspire you. This vintage inspired shoot took place at the historic Lake Erie Building in Cleveland, Ohio which is close to a hundred years old and houses factories, warehouses, offices, a winery, event space, and studios.
“The dark distressed floors, brightly painted brick walls and massive windows of the building helped create the perfect setting this spring for this shoot,” says Kamron of Kamron Khan Photography. The elegant peach floral bordered, lace wrapped stationery and peach menu cards are timeless and tied the look together seamlessly.
“Event and Floral Stylist, Joi Adamson, created an enchanting lush table scape with an abundance of candles, vintage china and the focal point, an amazing fresh floral table runner. The table runner was created with an assortment of white, coral and peach colored roses, plumosa, hypercium berries, Queen Anne’s lace, and mini gerbera daisies. The matching hand tied bouquet was wrapped in satin and lace fabric and adorned with an Aurora Borealis crystal brooch.”
“The Bee’s Knees Custom Cakes amazed us all with an adorable 5- tier wedding cake, Kamron adds, “Finished with alternating edible chalkboard and antique gold design and accented with romantic hand crafted flowers.” What better way to go vintage and be unique than incorporating an absolutely jaw dropping edible chalkboard designed cake?
The gorgeous ivory Watters wedding gown has a sweetheart neckline, key-hole back, lovely beaded lace details and cap sleeves, perfect for any bride-to-be. In addition to the beautiful natural loose curls and soft palette of soft peach, pinks, golds and a mocha for the model’s look, it’s important to have just the right amount of jewelry for the look to come together. Your new wedding band. Simple earrings. And perhaps a unique yet simple crown for the reception.
Whether your big day has an overall vintage feel or it’s set to be completely immersed in a specific time period, there’s plenty of room to play with your look and the entire aesthetic of the big day. Start simple, and the rest will follow.
Photography: Kamron Khan Photography
Event Planner and Floral Designer: Joi Adamson
Wedding Dress: Watters
Dress Salon: The Dress Bridal Boutique
Makeup: Sandra McFarland
Hair: Ariana Stewart
Desserts: The Bee’s Knees Custom Cakes
Stationery: Claudette Nicole Design Bar