If I had: a lithe, lean body + looked great with platinum hair (not a necessity) + had a little dough to drop on sparkle, I'd love to have a '30's starlet-inspired wedding. When you pause to think: is this too much sparkle? Are these too many feathers?, remember, "What would Jean Harlow do?"
She'd wear more sparkles.
For my starlet-inspired bash, I'd have a ceremony in a beautiful old theater, like Naro Cinema, then hope across town for an elegant, candlelit reception at the Chrysler Museum, with crystal stemware and silver-and-gold everything!
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The ingenue bride would wear a showstopper dress, full of sparkle and fluff, with star hair clips, glittering shoes, an elegant bracelet and a gorgeous ring with a history.
Gown by Roberto Cavalli, Giant Dwarf hairpins, Nars lipstick in Autumn Leaves, Lulu Frost bracelet for J.Crew, sequined pumps from Endless, antique ring from 1st Dibs and Chanel's Coco Noir.
Her bridesmaids will also bring a dose of glamour to the festivities, maybe in rich emerald green gowns accented with elegant pendant necklaces, sparkly shoes and an armful of calla lilies.
Dress by J.Crew, necklace by 1928, shoes from Endless, peacock beaded bag (perfect bridesmaids' gift) from Amazon.