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Saturday, November 21, 2009

{Weekend Wedding} Rockabilly Theme

Good afternoon readers and welcome to a Rockabilly Themed Weekend Wedding!

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A fun tea-length wedding dress with sweetheart neckline by Stephanie James Couture is accented by a black halter neck wiggle dress that shows off all of the bridesmaid's sexy curves. Long before the rockin' vows are exchanged, the guests get a hint at the fun in store when they receive personalized invitations in the shape of old vinyl records. The reception venue is the perfect place for a vintage Rockabilly wedding. The table linens are black, white, and blue polka dots and the room is filled with vintage cars and memorabilia. Instead of serving a personalized cocktail, this couple opts for serving a classic, Coca-Cola in glass bottles! The guests marvel at a cake that is simple white with vintage tattoo inspired decorations. And of course, this wedding would not be complete without music! This is a wedding that will not soon be forgotten!

{It's the Little Touches...}

How amazing and how tasty could these little cakes be? Burger and fries mini-cakes harken back to the 50's burger joint and malt shop atmosphere.

A vintage netted veil, like this one, or a birdcage veil is perfect for a vintage 1950's or Rockabilly themed wedding. Plus, they are a stylish alternative to a longer more traditional veil.

These little favors are simple kraft paper boxes topped with a red bow and personalized tattoo label.

Next week is the last week of November's Vintage Month (gosh, is it December already?). We will be looking at a soft and beautiful Pink, Gold, and Ivory Vintage Wedding. Quick! Before it's too late, cast your vote for the theme that will kick of the magical month of December.


Ashlee said...

Oh my gosh, that's exactly how I want my wedding to be with some differences but I need help!

Heather Taylor said...

Geez, I have really been slacking on this blog ... it's been months since I've made a post!
That's great Ashley that you'd love a Rockabilly weekend, what kind of help do you need?

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