Some of the best and most fun wedding photos are those that come from period wedding themes. Today I’d like to share with you an amazing 1960s vintage wedding that included many period details including the wedding dress, shoes and groom attire all the way to the cars and scooters. A huge ‘thank you’ goes to Cotton Candy Photography for these spectacular photos.
Wedding dress and shoes waiting for our lovely bride. I love those retro pumps.
Gorgeous floral bouquet in the foreground while our bride gets some last minute prep.
Every bride glows on her wedding day.
Facial expressions say a lot.
Bridesmaids toasting to the new bride. This is a happy time.
Walking down the stairs. This bride is ready for her big moment.
Here comes the groom and his groomsmen.
Laura and Patrick’s stunning 1960′s wedding took place on the Isle of Wight.
Everyone is happy to see our bride and groom.
Tender moment caught between our bride and groom.
Looks almost like royal couples’ kiss.
Showering our bride and groom with well wishes.
Bridesmaids are all smiles.
Those retro style shoes are so cute. I love the strap.
Vintage era scooter really added to the 60s theme of this wedding.
Hair, suit, shoes look so 60s Beatles.
The sign says it all.
Vintage theme weddings are always fun. Just pick your favorite time period.
Albert Cottage, the wedding venue, was once a part of Queen Victoria’s Osborne estate.
Laura’s 1960′s main vintage dress was from Oxfam.
Patrick’s suit was from George the Tailor, in Leeds complete with vintage accessories.
Hold on tight.
Every last 1960s vintage detail was addressed at this wedding. Even the scooters matched the time period.
Matching scooters for the bride and groom.
Really loving the retro vibe these photos have.
Beautiful outdoor settings make for some great wedding photos.
Don’t you just love black and white photos? Those white pumps are cute.
Many friends were sporting 60s fashion along with the bride and groom.
Another great shot of those retro pumps.
Sampling of the table décor. For more awesome wedding photos and more please visit Cotton Candy Photography.