Vintage Wedding Ideas: From The Wedding Ceremony To The Wedding Cake
We’ve rounded up some of our best and favorite ideas for vintage wedding decorations, from a vintage wedding ceremony, to vintage-look wedding centerpieces, to the grand finale, your wedding cake. See them all and the sources to recreate these vintage wedding ideas for yourself.
Vintage Wedding Ceremony
It’s easy to recreate this wedding ceremony backdrop from BRIDES. Fill an old gold frame with moss or boxwood and accent it with pretty roses, peonies, and dahlias. Move it into your reception space after the ceremony to serve as one of your photo backdrops.
Vintage Wedding Centerpieces
These velvet table numbers from Martha Stewart Weddings with roses and lilacs in our glass vases are great if you’re looking for DIY wedding centerpieces. “Calligraphed table numbers are easy. Heat-stamped numbers on gorgeous velvet ribbons? Easy and seriously gorgeous. Wrap your vases with them for an elegant way to guide your guests to their seats.”
Mixing bud vases is a clever way to add a vintage look to your wedding centerpieces. We love this look of ‘gathered bunches’ from Florists’ Review with monobotanical bud vase groupings of Anemones, tulips, Lisianthus, Queen Anne’s lace, and ‘Constance’ garden roses on an antique-look, mirrored tray.
Add unique decorative elements to your tables and wedding reception decor too. Cloches, birdcages, statues, old books, and other pieces, all add to your vintage wedding theme.
Vintage Wedding Cakes
Rows of ruffles add a lovely vintage touch to this wedding cake. The crystal ornaments and crystal garlands add sparkle and an antique touch to the gold cake pedestal. We like these glass and crystal cake pedestals too; mix them on a dessert bar to hold different pies and cakes. Finish your wedding cake with a unique wedding cake topper. From the many wedding cake toppers out there, for a vintage wedding, we think this one takes the cake.