1950’s Phantom Thread Movie Themed Wedding Inspiration

The movie “Phantom Thread” was based on the House of Woodcock in the 1950s and the love of his life.   It is a love story at heart and had some intriguing aspects that made for the perfect source of wedding inspiration.

This year's Pantone inspired colors worked perfectly since the movie featured a beautiful lavender dress.

The invitations were designed to look like hanging clothing tags.  They also include the verbage from fashion houses “House of Hahn” and “House of Carver”  the invitations and a delicate sheen and included a little lace.

The menu was designed to mimic the invitations.  Included on the menu was a mushroom dish.  You'll have to watch the movie to know the significance of this.  It is a funny little play on that aspect of the movie.



Invitation Designer: Adaria Designs by ahd
Veils and headpieces: Adele Amelia
Dress Store: Ivory and Beau
Transportation: Jeff Froehle
Equipment Rentals: Amazing Event Rentals
Hair Stylist: Betsy Rothman
Makeup Artist: St John Makeup Artistry
Event Venue: The Gingerbread House
Bakery: The Topiary
Floral Designer: Britt Giltenan Events
Jewelry: Dee Ruel Jewelry Design
Ring: Kristen Baird Jewelry
Model: Jordon Bala
Model: Alexis Lorbecki
Model: Lane Swanson
Photographer: Torianna Brooke Photography

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Daniella is the Editor-In-Chief & Owner of Glittery Bride. With her love for all things wedding related, she created a leading wedding blog that provides brides with planning advice and inspiration.