After so much slinky glamour, I thought it'd be fun to try a very different look for your vintage wedding dress. Today, let's go POP!
1950s and 1960s wedding dresses can be so flirty and pretty, with a great pop feel. You can play this down, and keep it chic and simple. Or dress them up and really go to town...
And don't just think pastel. 1950s and 1960s wedding dresses are bold enough to carry off a more individual colour palette...
And - like this fun photoshoot for You and Your Wedding - you can be really playful with the accessories...
The dresses featured here are a mix of original 1950s and 1960s vintage, and Stella from my Heavenly Collection of vintage-inspired wedding dresses. If you'd like to see similar dresses, do contact me.Cute! See you later this week when I'll be sharing pics from a lovely Real Vintage Bride.
Heavenly Vintage Brides
If you like this post, try
My Guide to 1950s Vintage Wedding Dresses
With thanks to:
Venue: London Docklands Museum
Photography by Modern Vintage Weddings
Flowers by Euphoric Flowers
Hair & make-up by Gemma Sutton
Stationery by Hip Hip Hooray
Cake by SK Cakes
Groomswear by Tweedmans Vintage and Laird London
Hair accessories & jewellery by Olivier Laudus
Shoes by Irregular Choice and Benjamin Adams
Bags by Clementine Weddings
Tableware & furniture by Coordination Hire, LSA International, Northfields
Props by Preppy Owl Boutique, Vowed & Amazed, Planet Sputnik, Bubblegum Balloons