Marie Antoinette Inspired Wedding: Ruffles, Buttons & Brocade

I adore the faded grandeur of the antique shop venue, the eclectic details and the theatrical attire as inspired by Marie Antoinette. From Corina’s ruffled skirt and netted, fingerless gloves {complete with chunky antique rings!} to Mike’s light grey suit, floral bow-tie and button and lace boutonniere, and not forgetting the bridesmaids in jewel-toned brocade dreses, this is one seriously stylish wedding.

Here’s what Corina had to say: We wanted our wedding to have a very romantic and vintage feel to it, with a touch of quirkiness…I’ve always loved Marie Antoinette’s fashion aesthetic, so we tried to work in that whole era but still make it about us and a little more modernized. Since we were going with the whole Marie Antoinette look, we used a lot of those colors from that era only much richer.

Wow…just wow. There are no words to describe just how much I adore this wedding. I’m thrilled that there’s so much more to share tomorrow when I feature all of the DIY details and more beautiful images of Corina & Mike newly married and enjoying sunny San Franscico.

Big thanks to Robert of Rojo Foto Designs who is the talented man behind these gorgeous photos. Head on over to his website to see more of his incredible photography. This wedding was also featured on Ruffled where you can find more of Corina’s wedding account.

Are you loving the antiquated,  Marie Antoinette theme with a modern twist as much as me?

Ceremony and reception location: The Ambiance Venue | Florist: arranged by Bride and Bridesmaids |Photographer: Rojo Foto | Wedding Dress: Jinza Jin | Veil and button boutonnieres: My Darling Dearest |Shoes: Asos | Vintage buttons and doilies: Creative Crafters | Bridesmaid Dresses: family friend |Groom’s suit: JCrew | Groom’s tie: Macy’s | DJ: DJ Kool Kuts | Caterer: A family friend, Yolanda | Wedding Cupcakes: That Takes The Cake

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