Red and Ivory Vintage Wedding Style

It’s another gorgeous week of wedding inspiration here at Love Wed Bliss with this elegant red and ivory vintage wedding style shoot by Jim Vetter Photography. It seems you can’t go wrong when you combine classic Audrey Hepburn style with vintage accessories and sophisticated tableware. Infuse a pop of red with a beautiful rose bouquet and you’ve got yourself one stunning vintage look.

Red and Ivory Vintage Wedding Style

Photographer Jim shares the inspiration: I love Amy-Jo Tatum’s classic designs which harken back to Audrey Hepburn days. These styles just seems so well suited to the deco feel of the Hotel Shattuck Plaza in Berkeley, California and it really turned out well with a great team of vendors. The ballroom set features the designs of Tamiko Garner of All Thing Simple and the lighting designs of DJ Jason Mitchell. They layered a contemporary finish onto the classic lines of the gorgeous Shattuck Ballroom. Laura Urbina and the rest of the Shattuck staff were a great pleasure to work with. The Bridal Suite settings were really driven by the beautiful interior designs of the suite provided by the Shattuck. If only every wedding day began in such a suite! The bedroom provided large windows and French doors by which to light our stunning bride. And of course the lavish king bed gave us the perfect way to complete the shoot.

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Photography: Jim Vetter Photography/Hair Stylist: Style by Lana /Event Planner:  All Things Simple /Floral Designer:  Grand Flowers / Reception Venue:  Hotel Shattuck Plaza / Dress Designer:  Amy-Jo Tatum Bridal Couture / Equipment Rentals: Hartmann Studios Rentals / Makeup Artist: Tracy Shelor- Makeup, Skin and Airbrush Artist / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

3 thoughts on “Red and Ivory Vintage Wedding Style”

  1. I love the vintage look that you can produce by combining red and ivory for the wedding color. It is an unexpected combination but lovely nonetheless. It might look vintage, but it also feels so modern and trendy. This is a great motif to use with more brides leaning towards champagne wedding dresses, such as ivory. In fact, I’ve also opted for an ivory dress myself. I cannot wait to wear it on my wedding day!

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