Grace Kelly Inspired Handmade Wedding Gown

I am totally obsessed with this perfect handmade wedding dress. The bride loves Grace Kelly, especially in ‘To Catch a Thief’. So she and her mother designed and made her ideal gown based on the three main gowns in the 1955 movie. What a lucky duck to have such a talented seamstress for a mother!

The blush colored chiffon panels are removable, just in case she wanted an all white gown.

The goddess train is also easily detachable.
Here is the gown in all white. It looks super sweet, but I do prefer it with the colored panels, a little less traditional is always nice.
Check out the rest of this gorgeous bride’s site and more of photos of her gown here.
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Old Wedding Photo Friday

Get a load of this gorgeous 1900’s bride! Her gown is completely decked out! Lace, applique, beading! She’s got it all! Not to mention that killer head-piece and full length gloves, she’s practically royalty!

This beauty is Miss E. Root. Photographed by Harris & Ewing between 1900 and 1909.

Early 1900's Bride

via old-picture.com

Happy Friday!

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Old Wedding Photo Sunday!

 

This is a glamorous candid shot is of the beautiful rock star couple Paul and Linda McCartney on their wedding day on March 12, 1969. I Love that Linda wore a yellow dress suit! Just so classy, and so 60s’!

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Who would have thought…

This is hilarious! I love old advertisements! Oh, the problems we face as wives.

via Vintage Ads

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Old Wedding Photo… Saturday?

So, I cannot get the days of the week straight in my head lately. But, apparently yesterday was Friday (surprise, surprise!). So here are the beautiful old wedding photos I meant to share with you yesterday. This is the socialite and model Barbra ‘Babe’ Cushing at her 1940 wedding to her first husband Stanley Grafton Mortimer, Jr. What a perfectly classic style she has!

 

Barbara "Babe" Cushing

 

 

 

 

via Chic Vintage Bride

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A Truck Load Of Flowers

This is the perfect display for a menu or program at a rustic outdoor wedding. I love the hay bales and huge bunches of flora; not to mention the old truck! Sheer perfection!

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Old (Not A) Wedding Photo Friday!

George Jones and Tammy Wynette in the early 70s.

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RIP George Jones