Modern Monochrome: Fresh and Groovy 70’s Wedding Inspiration with a Mustard and Rust Color Palette

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

Have you heard about what’s currently trending on the wedding scene? We’re seeing golden mustard florals, warm rust tones and monochrome take weddings by storm! This rad inspiration shoot takes all of these trends and blends them beautifully with a modern take on 70’s wedding inspiration and style. This time-traveling shoot took place at Factory Atlanta, an old linen warehouse in Chamblee, Atlanta’s antique district. The girlboss dream team of vendors who created this far-out look say that now, it’s a beautiful blank canvas for couples to bring any dream to life. If you’re a retro loving bride or groom, look no further for the perfect groovy look!

Chaise Tinsley, who partnered up with event planners, Smooth as Butter Weddings, had this to say about the overall vision:

I wanted to create a modern and approachable take on the 70’s classics. Tons of details from this shoot were thrifted from local stores here in Atlanta. The backdrop was made of DIY macrame hoops and simple sheets of paper. These elements are super easy to find, cheap to purchase and still create a wow factor for couples. Advice to couples would be spend time thrifting alternative decor for your day! Think of things you’d like to keep or items to can sell back to thrift stores and planners alike.

Let’s take a look at the magic through the lens of The Tinsley Co! Can you dig it?

All the Details

70s inspired invitation

Color palette eye-candy! We are seriously loving this warm and spicy combo of rust and golden yellow. Amavi Studio created the perfect retro-inspired invitation suite! The bride’s ring featured above is by Throwing Stars Jewelry.

That 70’s Style

Daughters of Simone Dress

WOW! This embroidered wedding dress, featuring a stunning train, is by Daughters of Simone and comes from The Sentimentalist dress boutique. It’s so dreamy and unique! Jade Jamrozy totally nailed the 70’s wedding inspiration in the hair and makeup looks!

yellow and orange bouquet

So much gorgeous texture! Flaura Botanica channeled the 70’s by bringing in chrysanthemums and amped up the lush look with fun blooms like kangaroo paw, bleached Italian ruscus and craspedia billy balls!

A Totally Groovy Setup

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

The best of both retro and modern! Can you believe the styling team sourced most of their decor from local thrift shops?? This is so doable and creates a completely unique look for your event!

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

We’re loving all of the eclectic decor details featured in this shoot! The Prissy Plate Company provided tabletop rentals while Milieu Decor provided furniture rentals.

name tag plate setting

How cute are these embroidery hoop name cards?!

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

This sleek and stylish second bridal gown is by Elizabeth Dye and the bride’s kimono and belt are from Hushed Commotion. The Groom is looking RAD in this suit by The Black Tux in ‘Marigold’ and The Tie Bar bow tie.

Retro Vibes and Modern Details

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

So much monochrome magic!! If you’re loving this floral hoop bouquet, check out this tutorial on how to DIY your own silk flower hoop bouquet!

floral hoop bouquet

Monochrome 70s Wedding Inspiration

orange wedding cake flowers

The CUTEST little confection by Cake Envy! The flower print and craspedia accents are the perfect minimalist 70’s touch!

Thank you so much for sharing this amazing 70’s wedding inspiration with us! The color palette and styling are on-point and we are in love!! We’ll catch you on the flip side! :)

photography: The Tinsley Co. // venue name: Factory Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, USA // planning: Smooth as Butter Weddings // florals: Flaura Botanica // wedding dress: Daughters of Simone 'Stevie' // wedding dress boutique: The Sentimentalist // hairpiece: Hushed Commotion // bride's ring: Throwing Stars Jewelry // hair stylist: Jade Jamrozy // makeup artist: Jade Jamrozy // groom attire: The Black Tux 'Marigold' and The Tie Bar // paper goods: Amavi Studio // cake: Cake Envy // tabletop rentals: The Prissy Plate Company // furniture rentals: Milieu Decor // models: Cori Carter and Paige Elizabeth // second wedding dress: Elizabeth Dye // bridal kimono + bridal belts : Hushed Commotion