A Vintage City Hall Wedding

If you’ve been reading Once Wed for a while you probably already know I have a soft spot for small and intimate weddings, so it should come as no surprise I instantly fell head over heels in love for Kelly and Cameron’s city hall wedding in Salt Lake City…

As far as a story or anything about the day we kind of just wanted to do it our own way. The style was something I got from the building, as well as my own love of vintage. I went with the art deco/30’s style. I love old Hollywood so I took a lot of time putting my dress/his attire together. I wanted it to be classy and glamorous!

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Photography by Leo Patrone

31 Responses to “A Vintage City Hall Wedding”

  1. christine

    This is beautiful, sweet and simple and the birde looks lovely (love the hair)!

  2. giovanna

    so awesome – love her whole look, especially the jacket. is there any way we can find out where her beautiful jewelry is from?

  3. Houa

    LOVE LOVE LOVE her jewelry. Please share where she had purchased them from? I love the overall look of their wedding. So romantic and simple.

  4. Rocket Girl

    Thank you so much for posting this! I’m doing a City Hall wedding with my FH next Tuesday and have been dying to see more weddings like it for photo inspiration.

  5. erin

    Wow wow wow. So elegant and chic. Makes me want to reconsider my big wedding for a city hall elopement!

  6. crystal

    Gorgeous!! Please, please, please I would love to know where the dress came from?

  7. rachael

    the bride is STUNNING. she looks like greata garbo or some other fabulous old hollywood actress. gosh.

  8. Kelly a.k.s. Vintage City Hall Bride

    Hey guys! I’m so glad you all liked my vintage wedding! To answer some of your questions about where I purchased my dress, jewelry, etc. I will have to say that I was on a tight budget. I got my dress at BCBG Outlet in Park City, UT. It’s a really good place for formal but not too formal dresses for very reasonable prices. The rabbit fur coat was bought years ago at a local thrift store, and the jewelry (except the ring, of course) I got at Forever 21 if you can believe that! It took lots of searching but if you take the time you can find really cool stuff on a budget.

  9. a.k.a... Vintage City Hall Bride

    ha ha typo, meant to write a.k.A! woops :)

  10. Stephanie

    oh nevermind – just read Kelly’s comment – WOW you did such a great job on a budget! Gorgeous!

  11. ben

    WOW! All I can say is faaaaaabulous. You did it girl- you pulled off the perfect vintage city hall wedding. Kudos upon kudos too you. You look gorgeous and your man looks like some sort of european model right out of a catalog.

  12. Erika

    They are both SO cute! I love the simplicity, and I especially love the genuineness of the photos. They are not cheesy whatsoever, which is an issue I have with a lot of wedding photography!

  13. Katie

    I love to see city hall weddings featured.
    My FH and I are going to do a city hall wedding ourselves – I’d love to see photos from other city hall weddings for some more ideas!!!! :)


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