1940s Inspired Wedding Photo Shoot from Wings of Glory Photography
May 16, 2013
VintageOutdoor WeddingsSummer Weddings
It doesn't get more adorable than this retro-inpsired shoot captured by Wings of Glory Photography, it simply doesn't. It's old school Americana at its very finest planned by  Vows Weddings and Events - with bow ties, splashes of gingham, coke bottles galore and that 1940s feel that can't be matched. It's got style for miles and some of the cutest vintage touches I ever did see, and you can see every last adorable bit of it right here.
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From Wings of Glory Photography... The amazing wedding venue was formed by a gentleman named Dan. He built and designed a 1940's "man cave" that he now rents out for weddings. This venue was also featured on the HGTV million dollar rooms. All of the vintage vehicles and the airplane are available to any couple who books their wedding at Danville Such fun! All of the hair accessories, bow ties, boutonnieres, and the giant chocolate fountain turned into an ice cream cone! Fun design such as the gingham print, soda pop, and vintage touches and props were the inspiration of this 1940's themed wedding!

Photography Wings of Glory Photography | Venue: Danville, a Celebration Destination | Cinematography: Key Moment Films | Event Planning: Vows Weddings and Events | Pastry Chef: Wendy Woo Cakes | Props + Event Design: Martha Hale Stoetzer | Hair + Makeup: Marigold Scott On Location Hair & Makeup | Wedding Gown: Carolyn Allen's Bridals & Tuxedos | Stationery: Dogwood Blossom Stationery & Invitation Studio, LLC | Chocolate Fountain + Dessert Table: RW Chocolate Fountain Rentals