Roaring Good Times – Embracing the 1920’s

From fringe to pampas grass, exposed brick to champagne towers, this 1920’s inspiration shoot is everything for any bride who wants to celebrate her inner flapper! Half glamour, half vintage with a little speak-easy thrown in!

Our ode to the 1920’s surpassed all our wedding look dreams. When brainstorming this iconic time period of decadence and free-fashion, I wanted to tailor it to marrying vintage nods to a modern bridal look. It is both a clean look and a bold one but still perfect for a bride who loves some old-school vibes.

Just take a look at the endless details! Our team of wedding vendor friends all brought their best to bring this gorgeous look to life!

Produced by JoElle Knight & Shillawna Ruffner for ENGAGED! River Valley Magazine
PHOTOGRAPHY Shillawna Ruffner Photography
VENUE City View at Sterling Square
FLORAL & DESIGN JoElle Elise Design
STATIONERY Mystic Hand Press
DRESS & SHOES Rose & Bliss Bridal
MENSWEAR Dillard’s Evansville
HAIR & MAKEUP Aubree Siddons
CAKE & MACARON TOWER Just Julie’s Desserts
COCKTAILS Nancy Bennett of City View


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