Art Deco Wedding Style

From the Great Gatsby to All That Jazz, the late 1920s and 1930s saw the Art Deco movement flourish internationally. Geometric lines. angular shapes, shiny chrome and glass, the early influences of Hollywood's Silver Screen created a fabulous wedding theme for brides who adore this chic and stylish era.

Art Deco Bride

Emphasize Deco detail with a wedding gown featuring bejewelled geometric or glass bead embellishment. Simple, clean lines combined with opulent accents are key to achieving authentic style. Your wedding accessories give perfect opportunity to really amp up the Deco influences; think long triangular 1920s earrings to play peek-a-boo under Marcel Waves, an angular statement cuff encrusted with gems and a Deco tiara or headpiece worn on the forehead.

Art Deco Bride
Art Deco Bride by glitzysecrets

A Deco Wedding Reception

Elegant feathers, glass place mats, lacquered tableware; play up the luxurious materials for a reception with the wow factor.  Dramatic centre pieces of tall, elegant glass vases filled with plumes of feathers or beads draped over elegant candelabras will add to the opulent feel of the era. Let candles play a key role in creating ambiance and a flattering glow at a Deco reception and add a touch of Deco Dazzle to table numbers or names with bold, angular fonts set in metallic on a dark reflective background. Give necessities a decadent touch by opting for tableware such as black glossy plates set between gilt cutlery and really set the scene with jazz music the era is renowned.

Great Gatsby Wedding Ideas

From gorgeous 1920s bridal gowns and accessories to table setting ideas and wedding cakes full of Gatsby Glamour, create a sensational theme with one of the most effortlessly stylish eras for your special day. Let our Pinterest board inspire your Gatsby or Art Deco wedding theme.

Follow Glitzy Secrets's board Great Gatsby Inspired Vintage Wedding on Pinterest.


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