30s Bridal Inspiration
The 1930s – an era that epitomised glamour and sophistication. Feminine curves were celebrated with slinky, bias-cut dresses; glamorous hats and headpieces were adorned with beautiful ribbons, lace and feathers; and jewellery was a magpie’s dream: an abundance of pearls, diamantes and precious stones. We offer Vintage Styler brides stunning vintage bridal accessories from a range of eras, and the 1930s is certainly no exception. Intricate vintage pearl and jewel encrusted masterpieces that simply ooze art deco glamour. We’re putting the spotlight on our favourite three, and offering some heavenly inspiration to transform you into a 30s siren for your own special day. Vintage Decadence Hairpiece This stunning vintage comb is adorned with sparkling clear crystals in an art deco inspired design, to create a show stopping headpiece. Wear this piece with a sensational, slinky art deco dress such as this 30's style gown by Jenny Packham. The simplicity of the dress will accent the hairpiece wonderfully, and the silky fabric and bias cut will ensure you ooze sophistication and elegance. Vintage Deco Leaf Headpiece Diamantes and pearls are a bride’s best friend with this breathtaking art deco headband. Complement the headband with a simple but refined dress such as this lovely lace detail gown by Charlotte Balbier. The elaborate cap sleeves will pick up the detail in the headpiece without over complicating your overall style, and the slinky skirt oozes 30's glamour. Style your hair with cascading, sleek curls, or a polished up-do and add a pair of Vintage Pearl Drop Earrings to become a sumptuous 30s bride. Ava Feather Bridal Headband Instantly inject a fusion of glamour and extravagance into your big day with this unusual vintage feather headband that will transport you to a bygone era of opulence and ‘razzle-dazzle’. Choose a slinky, silk satin dress such as this strapless number by Elizabeth Fillmore to score 11 out of 10 for lavish 30s allure. Would you choose 1930s as the inspiration for your wedding? As always, get in touch or leave a comment to let us know what you think!