For the past year, we’ve looked back at a century of weddings—from bridal trends and famous gowns to music and fun facts. While traditions have evolved with time, something has stayed exactly the same: the love and excitement that adopts every big day. Just over time to celebrate BHLDN’s own 10-year anniversary, let’s have a look back at some of the weddings.
Flapper style icon Zelda Sayre and The Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald said ‘I do’ in 1920. Find your personal Gatsby-inspired wedding look.
The decade’s most enduring contribution to weddings was the registry, introduced by a Chicago mall in 1924!
A difficult era brought turbulent times for couples and families alike. 30s brides choose budget-friendly gowns and heirloom jewelry together with modern inventions like false eyelashes!
As Prohibition came to a close, couples could serve cocktails at their receptions, which inevitably resulted in vibrant dance floors.
The public’s passion for royal weddings began thanks to Princess Marina and Prince George’s wedding in 1934, broadcast on the newly-invented FM radio! bohemian wedding dress.