From the bride: "My (now) husband and I have always been into costuming and fun, so when it was time to plan our wedding the theme of 1920’s was an easy pick. It was a great way to incorporate the older generation of family members to get involved and the costumes, and ultimately ended up loosening up the whole party and uniting our many groups of friends and family. Having such a fun theme made decorating decisions and planning all much clearer. We did things simply, keeping the whole wedding under $6000. The venue was outside and while we were nervous about the weather we were blessed with a sunny late June afternoon for our nuptials. We asked guests to dress up but provided a prop table to add a little 20’s pizzazz to classic wedding outfits. My dress was a creamy lace, and while not 100% 20’s style, defiantly had a nod, united with a feather headband and era style makeup. Tables had glitz, glam, and feathers – sticking to our gold and black scheme. Lots of pieces were borrowed and put together by family, the day and months preceding were all a group effort. Our band played jazz & lindy hop music, we brought cigars and one guest even brought a tommy gun for a prop! The theme kept things classy while bringing in a fun element."
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