Our Art Deco Wedding Invitations in Moonlight Romance wedding suite will conjure up thoughts of a wedding filled with jazz music and champagne. A magical way to begin your marriage. Our Vintage 1930s Moonlight Wedding invitations will create anticipation of your wonderful upcoming ceremony. An elegant peak into to your event, this invitation is particularly appropriate for Jazz Age, Art Deco and Roaring 20s style wedding themes. The 1930s were an age of elegant fashion and beautiful lifestyle. You will find the Moonlight Romance collection to be one of our most complete in added pieces to make your event bathed in romance. From the invites to the rsvps and enclosures, to the table numbers, table cards, thank you notes, favor bag stickers, postage stamps, return address stickers and the commemorative wedding day poster – this art deco wedding suite will make your wedding day especially memorable for you and your guests. This invitation suite is suggested to print on metallic paper stock, in Ice, so that the man in the moon and the stars will sparkle and glow. Be sure to read all about creating an Art Deco event here in our blog.
1920s Wedding Style. It was the Jazz Age… The Roaring Twenties! Art Deco design was influencing fashion and decor. The spirit of the era was symbolized by flappers, bobbing their hair, doing the Charleston, and slipping away for a party at the speakeasy.
Women wore their lips in a bee-stung pout imitating “It Girl” Clara Bow. Faces were powdered pale and eyes were dramatic in their dark kohl eyeliner treatment. Eyebrows were plucked into a thin, downward sloping arch.
Brides of the 1920s Vintage Wedding Style wore daringly short gowns, sometimes revealing the knee! The style of the time called for drop waists and flattened bosoms. The veil was a statement of drama usually much longer than the dress and trailing the floor with a headpiece cloche, crown-like tiara, or a lacy bandeaux . Bridal bouquets were quite large (perhaps to cover those daring glimpses of leg) with ribbon streamers of lovers knots trailing nearly to the floor. Popular flowers included orange blossoms and chrysanthemums. The jewelry of the period is quite exquisite and reflects the art deco influence.
Leading men such as the dashing Rudolph Valentino epitomized romance and would be seen to wear the butterfly collar with their cutaway coat tuxedo, along with a new trend, the wristwatch.
Not to be forgotten, we are talking about the Prohibition Era. Consider serving drinks from the bar in teacups, speakeasy style. Tell your bartender to wear his best spats and serve up some of the cocktail creations of the era like the Bee’s Knees, The Tuxedo #2 or the Mary Pickford.
The Jazz Age will offer an abundance of musical offerings to your event. Set the mood by playing music by Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, and Paul Whiteman Orchestra. Hire a Dixieland Jazz Band to accompany your event as you and your guests flood the dance floor to partake in the Charleston!
1920s Art Deco Wedding Invitations are particularly appropriate for Jazz Age, Roaring Twenties, and Great Gatsby style wedding themes, this era is a marvelous choice for a very romantic and stylish event. Art Deco Wedding Invitations are amazing, and do make a point to see the not-to-be-missed art deco bridal shower invitations collection too!
This Art Deco Vintage Wedding Suite includes invitation designs in multiple color choices, Save The Date Cards, matching RSVP cards, Enclosure cards, Thank you cards, envelope stickers and postage stamps and even a guest book. I can just hear Cole Porter singing “Let’s Misbehave“! Request that your guests wear vintage clothes and have a Speakeasy Style reception! Imagine your bridesmaids all in beaded flapper dresses, and the groomsmen in vintage tuxes with spats. Be sure to check out the Styles Page on our blog for this wonderful era, and the entry about how to throw a Vintage Art Deco Bridal Shower.
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