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1920s Wedding Dress Gallery

1920s wedding dress

I thought I’d indulge in a little wedding nostalgia from the 1920s today, partly because I was wondering when the next series of Downton Abbey is due to start. (I’m guessing in the Autumn once the weather has turned and the summer of sport is over!) I love the styles of the 1920, these wedding dresses range from short flapper-style gowns to full length dresses, but all with a really distinctive flavour of the decade. I think my favourite is the dress below with that amazing petal-shaped hem and the groom in his very dapper top hat! Which is your favourite photo?

Above: Michael Joseph Bishop (age 25) who married Patricia Foley (age 22) on 24 April 1924.

1920s wedding dress

Allan Spowers-Rosamund Lumsdaine bridal party leaving St. Mark’s Church, Darling Point, 1922

1920s wedding dress

Wedding of Drew and Marie Drynan at St. Stephens Cathedral, Brisbane, 14 August 1929

1920s wedding dress

Brisbane wedding, ca. 1925

1920s wedding dress

Wedding, St James’ Church, Sydney, in the 1920s / Sam Hood

1920s wedding dress

August 29, 1928

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5 thoughts on “1920s Wedding Dress Gallery

  1. N Silverman

    I love them all .. but the best has to be the petal hemmed dress in the second photo!
    And those big hats in some of the other pictures are just wonderful.. but how on earth could they see where they were going!?

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  2. Missy

    I like the first one with the young couples portrait … They look so happy … Nice to be so young and in love … He looks so handsome in his uniform and her dress is lovely …

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  3. cakesandcakesvintage

    I absolutely love that second to last photo, with the three lovely ladies and their garlands. I’ve been obsessed with the 20s lately – all the Jazz Age Lawn party photos, watching Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries on Netflix (if you haven’t watched it, you really should – the fashions are amazing!), and catching up with Boardwalk Empire are all conspiring to make me want to learn to Charleston.

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