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5 Tips to Create Your Own DIY Vintage Wedding with a Modern Touch The talented team at The Stylist Abroad has 5 tips to...When Vintage and Modern Marry

5 Tips to Create Your Own DIY Vintage Wedding with a Modern Touch

The talented team at The Stylist Abroad has 5 tips to share with you so you can create your own vintage wedding with a modern twist.

  1. Bring that vintage vibe with one stand-out piece from your family’s history. If you don’t have a personal item, visit your local antique store until you find the perfect item. This veil is a vintage birdcage veil that has been handed down through generations, bringing a real piece of history to life.
  2. Modern means clean lines and simple scapes. This space is a modern blank slate in Baltimore that can be converted to any couple’s wildest dream.

  3. The happy couple celebrates with a champagne tower because what an elegant, extravagant and fun way to toast. While the tower may be modern, notice the vintage style glasses!

  4. Our invitation suite specifically invites Jonathan Van Ness, because wouldn’t he be the most amazing wedding guest! The vintage calligraphy are a stand-out item, but the gold and black colors bring that modern touch.

  5. Choosing to embrace formality as much as you’d like but still splicing in the couple’s true personality is a great way to combing any two themes. While modern usually means casual, it doesn’t have to when you bring in that touch of vintage formality for the perfect pairing.


Event Venue: Haven street ballroom
Makeup Artist: Beauty by Jacs, LLC
Floral Designer: The Rogue Petal Co.
Calligrapher: Savage Craft & Letter
Dress Designer: Grace and Ivory
Dress Designer: Hayley Paige
Cinema and Video: Abidoodle Productions
Bakery: Killa Cakes
Event Planner: Jordan Von Lange
Beauty: The Stylist Abroad
Photographer: HFB Photography