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1980s – Eras of inspiration

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Eras of inspiration

The 1980s was the era of excess. Big hair, bold colours, exaggerated silhouettes… and even though we’re a bit more subtle in our tastes today, this all-out era can still offer plenty of inspiration when it comes to planning your wedding. Make way for the eighties…

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1970s – Eras of inspiration

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Eras of inspiration

The 1970s finds its way into our hearts and onto the catwalk season after season, so it’s no surprise it’s a popular choice when it comes to channelling some vintage wedding vibes. Individual style reigned queen in this era of hippie florals, floaty silhouettes and romantic fabrics – it’s the perfect combination for your special day.

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Winter wedding inspiration – Get in the Christmas spirit

Christmas exudes romance, so what better time of year to plan your nuptials? From festive decor to sparkling outfits and twilight table settings, we’ve taken the very best in Christmas wedding style and have created some alluring mood boards to get you in the spirit.

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1960s – Eras of inspiration

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Eras of inspiration

The 1960s arrived with freedom. From women’s rights and civil rights to the sexual revolution, this era was all about expression, and its feel good vibes are the perfect mood to channel for your wedding day.

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1950s – Eras of inspiration

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Eras of inspiration

Celebrate your wedding with the flourishing 50s. The post war era still had rationing to contend with, but this didn’t stop the feel good vibe that saw waistlines cinched, glamour exaggerated and fashion brought back to the masses. Give your wedding some fifties vibes with the next instalment of our Eras of Inspiration series.

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1940s – Eras of inspiration

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Eras of inspiration

Even WWII rations couldn’t stop the trailblazing style of the 1940s. Christian Dior debuted with his ‘new look’, waists were cinched in, skirts got shorter and the feminine silhouette prevailed. Give your wedding a touch of the simple but chic 40s aesthetic with a few of our vintage wedding tips.

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