Fortuneteller Romance Wedding Inspiration
This wedding look was inspired by the powerful image of the mysterious fortuneteller woman. It gives nods to a vintage, forties vibe while also incorporating otherworldly details like tarot cards, crystals, and even a crystal ball. The dark, moody, embellished vibe reflects the strength and mystique of the woman behind the inspiration.
This gorgeous vintage-inspired ring (named "The Dynasty") was designed and crafted by the husband and wife team behind Make Her Say Duh! engagement rings.
Instead of typical "bride" and "groom" chair back signs, their chairs were adorned with sun and moon symbols hung from gold chains.
Tarot cards took the place of table numbers, the sweethearts table denoted by "The Lovers" card.
The bouquet was made of almost entirely dried flowers, including dried proteas and multiple varieties of purple, blue, and green eucalyptus
The bride's gown is a Rebecca Schoneveld piece: the sheer embroidered “Emerson” gown over a simple “Lumi” slip. Her veil is a hand-beaded rhinestone cap veil with fingertip length tulle back by Camilla Christine.
The bridesmaids wore boho-style long-sleeve paisley maxi dresses from Forever 21.
Photography: Jade Elora Photography
Rentals: Archive Vintage Rentals
Bridal Gown: “Emerson Gown” by Rebecca Schoneveld Design Studio
Bride Makeup: Danielle Baum
Bridesmaid Makeup: Unforgettable Makeup
Hair: Roxy Garvan
Veil: “Daisy” Veil by Camilla Christine
Engagement Ring | “The Dynasty” by Make Her Say DUH! Engagement Rings
Models: Lacey Marie Miranda (Bride), Baruch Sanchez (Groom), Amanda RedCloud, Angelita Montrose