A Wedding Dress Worn Three Ways

I love these photos submitted by photographer Jamie Delaine. I think it’s a great example that you don’t have to spend a fortune on your wedding fashion. The vintage dress was bought from a thrift store in Vancouver for $30!! She created 3 different looks with the dress – none of which cost more than $100 in total (yes, with the dress!)

From Jamie, The shoot took place on a beautiful sunny day on the quaint property of The Princess & The Pea Bed and Breakfast in Langley, BC. The heritage house is oh-so-charming. From the antique trunks on the front porch to the daffodil garden by the side of the house, so quaint!

vintage wedding dress and hair piece

blue shoes wedding dress

bouquet and vintage pin

bride with bouquet

Above accessories Blue Heels: SPRING, Lace Headband: H&M ($5), Brooch: Vintage (my grandmother’s!)

japanese parasol wedding dress

turquoise wedding shoes

Above accessories Pearls: grandmother’s, Brooch: thrifted, Teal Flats: thrifted

wedding dress with necklaces

feather headband and vintage purse

wedding dress in field with chair

Above accessories Faux Fur Wrap: Old Navy, Black shoes: Michelangelo, Black handbag: House of Delovely, Rings: vintage from my grandmother.

Vendors
Delovely Creative Floral & Event Design
Kristy Lee Makeup
Jamie Delaine Photography

Thanks Jamie! You can see more of Jamie’s work (including more from this session) on her blog.

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A Lovely Store for Wedding Dresses

All you lovelies living near NYC are so lucky! Lovely, is a brand new dress shop in New York and it seems like my perfect shop. It’s run by the lovely Lanie and stocks the most fashionable dresses you can’t find in other shops! A bit about the shop from Lanie, The store is a quaint west village brownstone on one of the most adorable streets in the city. There is a backyard garden, where we will have events this summer! We carry some of the coolest up and comers like Sarah Seven, Elizabeth Dye, Delphine Manivet, and have a few new international designers we are adding soon!  We have something for everyone, casual or luxe, and cater to muliple price points. We also love to accessorize and are soon launching our ‘veil bar’ and ‘sash bar’ where you can chose your silhouette or sash and pick from a variety of laces and trims we offer! It’s all about making the process individualized and FUN.

Lovely NYC Wedding Dress store

Lovely Wedding Dresses

Sarah Seven Wedding Dresses Store

sarah seven wedding dress
Dresses starting with top right: Elizabeth Dye, Elizabeth Dye, Lea Ann Belter, Elizabeth Dye, Watters, Sarah Seven, Samuelle

Photos by Tim of Sweet Little Photographs and the lovely model is his wife Merrill. :) Makeup by Lauren Napier. Thanks so much Lanie! I can’t wait to visit your shop the next time I’m in NYC!

This wedding features rad artists fromThe GWS Wedding Artist GallerySweet Little Photographs is a Featured Artist in the GWS Artist Guide! Find more rad artists for your day in our Gallery
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Real Wedding: Heather + James’ Fun Vintage Wedding

Heather + James have known each other ever since they were little kids! – isn’t that so sweet?  A few years after high school they fell in love, James left to serve a two year church mission in Chile Santiago, Heather waited for him, James came home, proposed, now they get to be married!:) Such a sweet story! And today I get to share their fun, vintage carnival wedding photographed by Amelia + Justin Lyon of Amelia Lyon Photography.

A bit about the wedding from Amelia, Heather + James were married at the LDS Temple in Santa Monica, the details of their day were nothing short of amazing..seriously! I’m going to take a moment to brag about my family and how well they can pull together to put on a amazing wedding. I basically grew up in the wedding industry with my grandparents who started a catering company and opened up a gown shop in the 1950’s. Now, fifty plus years later, I have uncles and cousins that cater, cousins that are amazing florists, make-up artists, dj’s, bakers, photographers, ALL family! You name it, we got it and we do it for the wedding industry!! Anyway, Heather + James’ wedding really showed the beauty of family pulling together to make their day a dream come true (plus, James’ dad and grandpa can make some killer meatballs)! Oh, in case you are wondering, Heather and Amelia are cousins :)

mothers wedding dress

Love that top photo of Heather getting ready. Heather also wanted some photos in her mother’s wedding dress – bottom left (she wore a different dress for the wedding).

wedding dress blue sash with flower

wedding couple with umbrellas

It also rained all day, but that didn’t ruin the fun – love these creative shots with the umbrella!

bridal party umbrellas orange ties

From Heather, Picking a theme was really difficult. I started with looking through magazines, blogs, websites, etc. Finally I narrowed it down to some of my favorite ones. We wanted more of a fun atmosphere for our friends and family so we decided to go with more of a 50s vintage feel. We wanted to create a fun environment with bright colors and a lot of fun activities for our guests to do.

wedding bridal party umbrellas

bride and groom umbrella

Favorite memory of the day? One of my favorite memory of the day was walking into the reception (when they announced us) and seeing everything that i have planned for so long and dreamed of for so long come together. It was my dream wedding and more. To look around and see everyone that was there for us. Everyone who came from far to be there with us and celebrate an amazing event. I remember leaning over to James saying “This is exactly what i always wanted. My family and friends just dancing and having a blast!”

vintage carnival wedding

There was a candy bar, an old fashioned soda bar, a cotton candy station, a few old-mobiles, and a bunch of huge balloons.

soda bar wedding vintage

cake table wedding carnival

cake table vintage wedding

reception little white lights

I love their outfits they changed into for the exit!

wedding getaway car

Any advice for those planning right now? My biggest advice i can give to any bride now is “don’t stress about the small stuff on your day” i look back and think of how many things went wrong and how mad i could have gotten. (the rain, my dress ripping, bridemaids drama, etc ) But i honestly was so happy and those things didn’t matter. I think about my wedding day and if i had been bridezilla, I would have been really embarrassed, cause it really isn’t the point of that day! :) You spend so much time and money into planning. Its your wedding day… just enjoy it and think about how great everything is turning out! You get one day to enjoy it so LIVE IT UP!

Another piece of advice is go big on your photographer (Amelia Lyon Photography) and videographer (Shade Tree Films) because thats the only thing you can actually take with you. So those things should be top of your priority list. I look back and am so glad I chose my vendors well and trusted them.

Thanks Heather + James for sharing your story with us and thanks so much to Amelia for letting me share your beautiful photos! You can see lot more from the day including a slideshow on Amelia’s blog.

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