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Marigold and rust pop in opposition to this 70s wedding ceremony gown!

I call all retro lovers! Here is marigold and rust, a classic ’70s color palette with a radical, modern twist. This wedding inspiration has all the free spirited styling that we love in a retro wedding. especially this ever flowing wedding dress from the 70s.

Jessica Jones Photography speaks to us through inspiration: Inspired by the 70s with a modern twist, we have integrated warm + lively tones with funky shapes into the design. With stunning details including a dried flower crown, a bolo tie, polymer clay place cards and totally retro denim jackets! Ultimately, we wanted a free spirited feeling that would reflect the happiness and carefree fun we want to epitomize our couples on their wedding day!

And who loves a unique venue? We do! Just south of Orlando is Venue 650, an old newspaper company with a bold, industrial flair. With the planning and design of Something Blue Orlando, this groovy editorial will get your creative juices flowing!

Oh hey 70s wedding dress babe

You know it. This 70s wedding dress style is an icon! To illustrate the retro vibe, this Nicole Maree Bridal dress has runner sleeves, replica necklines and fringed embroidery.

Nothing emphasizes a 70s wedding dress like a flower crown, does it ?! Take note and rule with these dried flower crowns (and more bridal hair inspo!).

Hurray for rust and marigold! This structured ceremony backdrop is not only immersed in a popular retro color palette, but also with flowers from the Baug house! Rust, marigold and lush green for these floral arrangements. Far!

Bridal hair and makeup from Kristy’s Artistry Design. This bride rocks a natural look with a touch of glamor. Perfect waves for those 70s wedding dress sleeves!

Wonderful reception lounge with rattan and velvet – yes!

Modern marigold brilliance in this floral installation!

Of course we love the statement rust napkins … but unique details like the placement of cards by Hey Harlow Clay are beyond!

Retro colors continue to dominate this reception desk landscape. Table decorations from Trove Rentals.

To personalize your wedding, consider fun, fashionable details like these! Custom denim jackets from Gemini Fusion.

To further illustrate the retro colors and shapes from the ’70s, we have this cake from Sugar Dreams.

Here’s an even better look at the old Florida newspaper place and that gorgeous’ 70s style dress! Keep the retro vibe updated with the video from Ty Albers Videography.

Photography: Jessica Jones Photography // Name of the venue: Venue 650, Winter Haven, Florida, USA // Event design: Something Blue Orlando // Planning: Something Blue Orlando // Flowers: Baug Haus // Wedding dress boutique: Nicole Maree Bridal / / Hairpiece: Baug Haus // Bridal ring: Foster and Lee Jewelers // Hairdresser: Kristy Artistry Design // Make-up artist: Kristy Artistry Design // Groom clothing: Friar Tux // Groom ring: Foster and Lee Jewelers // Videography: Tyler Albers Videography // Paper goods: Littera // Calligraphy: Littera // Handmade details: Hey Harlow (earrings & place cards) // Cake: Sugar Dreams By Dessy // Table rental: Trove Rentals // Furniture rental: Trove Rentals / / Linen rental: Over The Top Linen // Models: Alison Elk and Noah Bartlett // Denim jackets: Gemini Fusion

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