I haven't caught an entire episode of AMC's "Mad Men" but I've seen enough to know I love the style and feel of the show. Refer back to my first post for a little on my dreams of having 60's style cocktail parties every weekend. Although I first envisioned a board in black, white, and red, along the lines of how I'd imagine the Rat Pack designing a wedding, I was drawn to the cheeky, fun palette of blue and orange mixed in. Alongside my secret inner RenFaire nerd, and my steampunk cosplay geek, there resides a girl who dresses like Donna Reed and drinks Old-Fashioneds while baking things in Jello moulds. This is her board. P.S. That awesome wedding dress? Only $595 by Dolly Couture!
Mood: Retro cocktail party
Artifacts of Inspiration: "Mad Men", classic cars, geometric design, retro cocktails, one button suits, Jackie Kennedy
Color Palette: Blue and orange against a backdrop of black and white
The Credits, Deets, and Maybe Where to Buy Them:
The Beverlywood by Dolly Couture, Cigar Bar by Sarah Q Photography via Wedding Chicks, Turquoise Linen Tiffany Dress by Etsy artist digforvictory, Mad Men Inspired Save the Date by Wedding Chicks, Martini Glass via Paper Doll M, Birdcage Veil via Brides.com, Couple in Classic 60's car by Chicago Illinois Wedding Photography, Blue and Orange Retro Cake by Jason McGrew via Merriment Events, Mad Men Suit by Brooks Brothers via Make Pretend