Wedding Planning at Work? Lunch-Break Links Brides-to-Be Need to See

Wedding Style & Decor

You'd never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your #WeddingWednesday lunchtime, we rounded up gorgeous real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web. Our favorite recent wedding blogs have one of two things in common: a vintage-inspired theme or rustic wood details! From a speakeasy bash to a glorious elopement on the beach, take a peek at the best wedding blogs:

When you pick a 1920s-style theme, why not go all in with a speakeasy influence? This awesome real wedding does just that, with classic cocktails, authentic casino table games, and more. —POPSUGAR

When most people think "vintage wedding," The Great Gatsby probably comes to mind. It certainly did for Gloriana singer Tom Gossin and his bride Jaimie, who selected a Gatsby-tinged wedding with Prohibition-like details (think wooden bowties and bottles of Jameson). —Brides

Furs, jeweled headbands, and an outdoor ceremony in autumn are surefire ways to make any wedding feel extra special. The same-sex couple bridges the gap between rustic and vintage, inhabiting that lovely, romantic spot that's come to be one of our favorite styles of weddings. —100 Layer Cake

This barn wedding is heavy on country living — pigs, twine, and wildflowers are all welcome — and there's plenty of bold, colorful elements too. We love how the wooden barn creates a warm backdrop for the entire affair. —Ruffled

Elopements don't have to be quick dashes to city hall. This couple decided to downsize their 200-something-guest wedding and instead exchange vows in front of a handful of guests on the beach. With a wooden "smooch booth" and a dreamy waterfront table setup, the whole event looks like a romantic shipwreck. —Green Wedding Shoes

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