Sleek 70s Bride Inspired by Iconic Halston Fashion

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Today’s inspiration was born from a mutual love for the sleek, streamlined, and iconic designs of Halston in the 1970s. Dresses created for discos, pants made for movement, and cuts of fabric that created shape and femininity for the modern woman, Halston’s designs made him famous across celebrity circles and NYC nightclubs. This shoot captures all of that and more; the natural elements mixed with bits of neon are enough to make us want to dance, not to mention the shoes…SO many good shoes!

Hazelwood Photo and Something Borrowed PDX imagined a laid-back, luxurious city wedding with clean styling and bold details. The Cleaners at the Ace Hotel in Portland provided the perfect blank space, where the team brought their vision to life!

Crank up those disco tunes and let’s have a look:

tropical wedding invitation

Color, marble, lucite, and bold type…loving this suite by Letters and Dust!

engagement ring

And how gorgeous is this ring by Allison Hall Jewelry?!

silver metallic heels

Elizabeth Dye Gown

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Something Borrowed PDX created a fun, disco-glam dining space and lounge using luxe velvet, fur, gold and lucite pieces paired with these ghost chairs and 70s style bamboo chairs, below.

acrylic signage

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Portland Bloem totally killed it with the foliage and blooms!! The tropical palms on the table (and the wall—so cool!) add the perfect amount of drama.

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Seriously into the neon pink against all the natural elements!

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

The simple interior and flood of sunlight at The Cleaners at the Ace Hotel was a perfect minimal setting for the day!

marble wedding cake

Dream Cakes created a marbled stunner!

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Portland Bloem designed a cool tropical leaf wallpaper that mirrored the repeating lines within the decor and brought greenery throughout the room in a minimalist way.

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

velvet heels

The bride was styled in funky disco platform heels (shop them here – they come in a few colors!!) and sleek, minimalist jewelry by Allison Hall Jewelry and Betsy & Iya.

Elizabeth Dye Gown

Elizabeth Dye‘s gowns and amazing wedding jumpsuit perfectly echo Halston’s sleek lines and disco vibes!

tropical bouquet

tropical fan wall

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

1970's Minimalist Inspiration

Such a fun idea for a modern disco wedding, or even a bridal brunch! Palms on the wall photo backdrop, anyone?! Thanks to the team for sharing the inspo!

photography: Hazelwood Photo // venue name: The Cleaners at the Ace Hotel, Portland, Oregon, USA // event design: Something Borrowed PDX // planning: Something Borrowed PDX // florals: Portland Bloem // wedding dress: Elizabeth Dye: Juno Jumpsuit, Xanadu Gown, Asa Gown // bride's shoes: Chinese Laundry Ace // bride's ring: Allison Hall Jewelry // hair stylist: Kirstie Wight Makeup // makeup artist: Kirstie Wight Makeup // paper goods: Letters and Dust // cake: Dream Cakes // tabletop rentals: Something Borrowed PDX // furniture rentals: Something Borrowed PDX // specialty rentals: Something Borrowed PDX // models: Chloe // signage: Letters & Dust // jewelry: Betsy & Iya

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