There is a pretty constant stream of pretty vintage weddings + inspiration floating around the blog-o-sphere daily – and we aren’t complaining! At GWS, we love a good vintage-inspired celebration! But we also know that so many of you are looking for design ideas that skew more retro or mid-century modern, so today’s gorgeous shoot, photographed by the lovely Jessica Claire, is sure to provide you with some super fun + colorful inspiration! The Amorology gals did an incredible job of styling this editorial to portray a stylish, retro-mod feel with an adventurous undertone. According to the team, Every good relationship craves a little adventure + by showing this duo hitting the road in a retro vespa and side car, in a send off like no other, we hope to inspire couples to go somewhere they’ve never been.
Oak and the Owl provided some beautiful, punchy florals for the shoot. Loving the green velvet bouquet wrap!
More from Heather of Amorology, Our table was made up with a gorgeous lush assortment of flowers in shades of burgundy, pinks, caramels + gold which was accented with teals + jade in the glassware and plates. Rear view menus sat at each place setting upon custom hexagon chargers that we created while place cards lay upon carefully chosen plates to give a nod to spoked wheels.
I majorly adore this fun lounge space created with some awesome patterned pieces from Archive Rentals!
And isn’t this the prettiest little cake ever?
This retro, tea-length Illume Wedding Gown was a perfect match for the set-up…
Majorly loving this send-off!
So fun, right?! Big thanks to the very creative artists below for sharing their talents + vision with us today!
photography: Jessica Claire // event design, styling + coordination: Amorology // venue: STUDIO 1342 Los Angeles, California // cake: Hey There, Cupcake // hair + makeup: Team Hair & Makeup // flowers: Oak and the Owl // graphic design + paper elements: Pitbulls & Posies // scooters: Route 66 // bow ties: Fox & Brie // wedding dress: Illume Wedding Gown // rentals: Archive Rentals // bridal party attire: Zara and Anthropologie