Thanks to Pinterest, our next Bride felt incredibly inspired when she started to plan her wedding. Eventually they settled on the 1920’s Great Gastby meets country chic. It blended perfectly with their outdoor ceremony and 1898 ballroom reception that was filled with milk glass, dainty doilies and a variety of dessert pedestals. All assembled by family members who scoured local antique/thrift stores and estate sales for a year and half prior to the wedding. Such hard work and dedication to put together this North Dakota wedding captured by Gabriel and Carin Photography. See all the pretty images up close in the full gallery here.
From the bride on her style and her bridesmaids gifts:
For jewelry, I collected 1920’s broaches for gifts to my bridesmaids from anywhere I could spy them, and my own necklace was a Nicole Miller design from Nordstrom Bridal Boutique in Dallas, TX. I also found my first dress here; a classic mermaid Milly bridal gown with art deco detailing. My second dress was an 1950’s antique given to me by my mother to wear with my rose-colored ornate shoes from Aldo. Lastly, my lovely ruby wedding/engagement ring was discovered at Royal Jewelers, Fargo, ND- intended to be an heirloom that we pass down to our future children.
Photographer: Gabriel and Carin Photography
Venue: Martin and Mason Hotel
Caterer: Deb Michaelree
Dress Designer: Milly
Flowers: Bent Willow Designs
Jewelry: Nicole Miller Bridal Necklace
Shoe Designer: Aldo
Stationery: Cottontail Press
Veil or Hair Accessories: Alfred Angelo
Hair: Soni Albright ( sister of the bride ) | Ruby Wedding ring -Royal Jewelers, Fargo, ND | Cake: Elena Martinez | Reception Dress: Vintage Dress From Bride’s Mother
A lot of the details were antiques collected at estate sales and thrift stores | Other Acessories: Vintage