Why not add some vintage charm to your wedding by capturing a theme from a past decade.
The colors of this wedding from 1979 are earthy tones such as brown, gold and rust. The groom is wearing a brown tux and the bride is in a full length white gown with train and traditional veil.
Hairstyles of the 70's were feathered as we see here with the guest book girl in this photo of her posing with the bride. Dresses for the wedding party were generally full length and often they had spaghetti straps.
In this photo we see the classic charm of the 1950's. This bride is wearing a blue gown that is ankle length. Her hair is short and curly and she is wearing a traditional veil.
Here is another beautiful bride from the 50's and we can see her shaped and penciled dark eyebrows that are full and prominent. Her hair is pulled back into an updo with a tiara and full but short veil. Her dress has long sleeves and a high collar and is fitted with a full skirt.
This one is from the early 1980's and both bride and groom are wearing all white. The groom has short military style hair and the bride has a full and gently curly shoulder length bob hairstyle. Her veil has a large headpiece that creates height with a long veil. Her dress has long and full sleeves and her flowers are red and white.
If the 60's retro them is your interest then check out this style with a retro bun that sits high on top of the head. The bangs and sides are slicked back for a clean and simple appeal. Her cat eye make-up is perfect with heavy eyeliner and long false lashes. Her polka dot dress matches her nail polish which has the same theme. For help with styling on this one check out a bun former such as this one.
This is a darling photo of a 1950s bride and groom sitting in the back seat of a car after their ceremony. The bride has classic 50's pixie haircut and a lovely crown-like tiara with veil attached. The groom has a pompadour so much like Elvis Presley who was all the rage at the time.
This one is so early 1900's and is shown in this sepia photograph. The setting for this one is classic with the groom holding his top hat at his side and his bride is wearing a bonnet-like cap with veil attached. Her hair is not visible at all and perfect for anyone not wanting to worry about a trip to the salon. Her gown is three quarter length and she is wearing white stockings with slip on white shoes. The table in the background is early American with a patterned tablecloth. The gentleman has a short and slicked back style with side part.