Anything from the Art Deco era of the 1920s is totally glamorous to begin with. But add to that a romantic luxury boat setting floating along The River Thames, and you have some seriously fabulous wedding inspiration to swoon over! That’s the treat you’re in for in this beautifully styled shoot from Fiona Kelly Wedding Photography, featured on Want That Wedding. Vintage bridal fashion takes to the spotlight amidst the Art Deco-inspired interiors of the vessel. So prepare for a dreamy cruise!
Come Aboard in Style!
The fabulous location for this shoot was none other than the London Eye Barracuda, the luxury vintage-inspired vessel that is hugely popular for corporate events and private occasions including weddings. And as you can see, the lovely bride and dapper groom fit right into the scene in their 1920s ensembles with matching bouquet and boutonniere. (More on the bride’s gorgeous gown below!)
Perfect in Jenny Packham!
With the romantic “Roaring ‘20s” as the fashion peg, whose creations would be the perfect choice for the bride to wear? Jenny Packham’s, of course! Just look at the slinky, slim silhouette of this gown, and the intricate beading from shoulder to hem. A glittery headpiece, a pearl choker, and a flamboyant feather fan are the glam accessory options to complete the look.
By now, you’ve certainly noticed the amazing interiors of the Barracuda in the photos above. How spectacular would it be to be wining and dining with your wedding guests in this ambiance reminiscent of the Art Deco period. Note the snazzy leopard-print dining chairs and cozy leather-upholstered booths—perfect for taking in views of London’s famed landmarks, Big Ben and the Tower Bridge! For this shoot, the flowers and dessert table were designed to reflect that same style with feathers, mirrors, and beads in a palette of soft pastels mixed with black.
Interested in booking the London Eye Barracuda for your own wedding reception (lucky you!)? You may contact their offices here: http://www.londoneye.com/Barracuda/WeddingReceptions/Default.aspx