Nothing says romance better than an intimate wedding built for two. The unique touches of 1930's vintage inspiration of this elopement gives us a special thrill. Thank you to this beautiful couple, Yliana and Nicholas, who lovingly shared their most meaningful moments, and all the details that went into designing their special day, with our readers.
As the sun set, the couple moved to a perfectly appointed candlelit table complete with linen table cloth, two vintage candelabras and a gorgeous setting of vintage pieces that were hand selected by the bride and groom. Details included; vintage Italian Avon silver bud vases, an amazing antique silver champagne bucket, authentic 1930's Fostoria etch blue champagne glasses, vintage embroidered white linen napkins-which the couple had monogrammed- and vintage Japanese rose patterned china surrounded by hand stamped silver pieces. A vintage crystal pedestal cake stand held the gorgeous monogrammed cake. Winter colors of soft blue, cream and white floral arrangements picked up the colors in the vintage china and beautifully complemented the silver place settings.
We love that the couple chose a horse-drawn carriage, complete with champagne toast, to ride off into their lives together.
The Wedding Experts:
Reception Location: Forsyth Park, Savannah, GA
Officiant: Rabbi Laurence Schlesinger
Photographer: Taken Photography
Dress: Dhgate / Dress Redesign: Lillie's of Hollywood, Fl.
Shoes: Badgley Mischka Gia
Veil: I Heart Bride
Groom Attire: Calvin Klein
Wedding Planner: Simply Savannah Events
Floral Design: All the Little Details Designs
Cake Designer: Savannah Wedding Cakes
Beauty: Joli A. Brides
Carriage Ride: Madison Tour Company
Rentals: In Any Event
Ketubah: Anna Abramzon
Kiddush Cup: Gallery Judaica
Kippot: Greg's Creative Outlet
Vintage Bud Vase- FristVintage
Vintage Champagne Bucket: RareAntiques
1930s Fostoria Glass Etched Blue Champagne Glasses: Cheshire Cat Antiques
Personalized Stamped Silverware: For Such a Time Designs
Vintage White Linen Napkins: CasaMimi
1940’s Japanese Vintage Rose Pattern: Attic Treasure Shoppe
Vintage Pedestal Cake Stand: The Back of the Basement