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This 1920s Wedding In A Brooklyn Speakeasy Is So Awesome

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    When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our source for peeping the most beautiful ways brides and grooms say "I do," it'll feature weddings from Australia to Napa and everything in between. Brides beware: You're going to want to pin just about everything you see. And even if you're not engaged, you'll want to check it out just for the love story.
    When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our source for peeping the most beautiful ways brides and grooms say "I do," it'll feature weddings from Australia to Napa and everything in between. Brides beware: You're going to want to pin just about everything you see. And even if you're not engaged, you'll want to check it out just for the love story.

    The 1920s, speakeasy-style weddings are one of our favorites. The fashion, hairstyles, typography, music — it’s such a fab era to play around with. We always love to see how the couple dressed up, and if the guests followed suit. The couple also had the best of both worlds because they actually eloped two months prior. An intimate day for themselves followed by this sparkly celebration with friends, captured by Chris Spira Photography? It’s the perfect way to go.

    Click through to see photos from Kate and Andries gorgeous wedding!

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