Country Vintage Wedding Ideas


Today’s Inspired Creations Contest idea is a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n roll!  The Midwest team of Paper&Velvet and Emily O Photography were inspired by the band Mumford & Sons, and vests, banjos, a chandelier, vintage silver pieces, feathers, sequins and cowboy boots were all in high form for this shoot!  The ladies didn’t go too over the top with Glitter and Glam, but embraced a softer side of sparkle, leaning heavily on peacock tones, with punches of coral and pink for glamour.  With a budget of $500, they stayed right around $200, finding a vintage gown for $20 at Goodwill, stringing patio lights and doily bunting for decor, and incorporating collected bottles and glassware for the tablescape.  I love the vintage thriftiness!














If this contest entry is your favorite, share your love in the comments! You can also find a tutorial for the doily garland on the Paper&Velvet blog. Thanks ladies for sharing!

The following Ohio wedding vendors contributed to this inspirational wedding shoot:

Photography – Emily O Photography \ Styling – Paper&Velvet \ Cake – Kristi’s Confections \ Crocheted shawl – Softspoken \ Dress – Goodwill

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20 comments on “Country Vintage Wedding Ideas

  1. Diane Grefer writes...

    I love this work this 2 women did! Their style is amazing. Wish I could get married again and have them be my designers.

  2. Valerie Ogden writes...

    These ladies can pull off amazing things with a small budget! Love the musics reference and they pulled off the theme with class and vintage flair!

  3. kari writes...

    i love their attention to detail…everywhere you look there is a beautiful surprise! Nice work ladies!

  4. Love this new relaxed country/vintage trend. SO beautiful and special.
    I custom paint boots for the bride or any occasion. Not craft paint, I strip them,
    re-paint with prof. leather paints, seal them, they are soft and beautiful and I add
    swarovski crystals for a little sparkle. (or a lot…whatever is desired) I do other
    art and make a gob of other items. Other website:
    Great job ladies on this wedding/reception!

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