I’m a longtime fan of Art Deco design from the 1920s and 1930s; the Chrysler Building in New York City has long been one of my favorite buildings, and I love the bold colors and geometric patterns typically associated with the period. I was thrilled when Erin from Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence sent over their newest wedding invitation, an Art Deco design inspired by the upcoming film adaptation of the Great Gatsby. Let’s take a look!
From Erin of Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence: We’ve noticed a renewed interest in our Gatsby save the date postcard, presumably because of the upcoming release of the new Baz Luhrmann movie, so we’ve created a Gatsby invitation suite that matches the save the date. Our Muse design has been very popular with weddings inspired by the art nouveau period, and we wanted to be able to offer another historical option with an art deco design.
Inspired by the upcoming film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, this romantic and ornamental invitation celebrates the decadently lavish parties on the North Shore of 1920s Long Island. We see the invitation and imagine shiny Roadsters zipping across the Brooklyn bridge, glamorous women dancing the Charleston with men in their most dapper tuxedoes at the event of the season.
We had a gilded mansion ballroom with onyx and jade decor in mind when creating the design, though of course the colors can be customized to suit the color palette of any couple.
And just FYI for any 1920s-inspired couples out there: all arts period designs (including Gatsby and Muse) from Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence are 15% off through September 10! Thanks so much Erin!
Photo Credits: Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence