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Fresh Orange Retro Wedding Style for Free Spirits

Fresh and bright citrus orange, macrame decor, and retro wedding style combine in this playful elopement inspiration for the free-spirited! Tiny Mum Photography and the wedding planners extraordinaire at Chancey Charm Houston created this fabulously fun celebration at Evelyn’s Park Conservancy to bring together 1970’s style favorites in a juicy orange and green color scheme!

Moody Fall Colors, Vintage Velvet Chairs, and Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style

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Macrame and Preserved Palm Frond Invitation Flatlay with Retro Wedding Style

What would 70’s retro wedding style be without macrame details? This gorgeous wall hanging doubled as a flatlay surface with preserved palm fronds to serve as backup dancers for Paper Tie Affair‘s beautifully lettered invitations. A burnt orange and dusty green palette played up the sixties vibes with earth tones and playful hues!

More love for macrame wedding decor!

This bride embraced retro wedding style with her boho lace wedding dress, long flowing wavy hairstyle, and Twiggy-inspired nude lip! The free-spirited dress from Brickhouse Bridal played in to the beautiful bouquet by Always Floral with orange and white flowers tied with sage green silk ribbons to create a gorgeous fall floral arrangement!

Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style with Rustic Reception Decor in Orange and Green

This rustic farm table by Archive Rentals created the perfect canvas for autumn-toned wax candlesticks, preserved palm fronds and pampas grass, and glassware in topaz, amber, and olive green. The focus on muted colors live burnt orange and sage created an earthy design that tied in perfectly with raw edge linen napkins and dried grass decor!

Ready for dessert? This white and orange tiered cake by CBV Cakes by Vivian has fresh Creamsicle style with sugar flowers on smooth vanilla frosting. A scatter of edible rose petals across the top of a frothy pink signature drink added to the fun colorful wedding day details, as did blocks of pink Himalayan salt crystals for added texture!

Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style with a Camper Van Bar

Those drinks were served by Traveling Spirit Bar, a retro caravan bar that was perfect for the go-with-the-flow vibe of this bride and groom!

Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style in Texas

His and hers cocktails paired a jalapeno pineapple margarita with hibiscus rose cooler along with a little Texas love from these Lone Star State wedding pros!

Macrame and Preserved Palm Frond Cocktails served in a Camper Van
Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style with a Vintage Lounge
Free-Spirited Retro Wedding Style with Boho Patterned Poufs

Lounging never looked so good as these retro furniture picks from Archive Rentals – bohemian print poufs and low pillows created a cozy space for an intimate wedding reception to gather and mingle!

Macrame cake table runner for retro wedding style


Photography: Tiny Mum Photography | Venue: Evelyn’s Park Conservancy | Event Planning: Skylar Caitlin and Mckenna Hayter for Chancey Charm Houston | Florist: Always Floral | Wedding Cake: CBV Cakes by Vivian | Wedding Dress: Brickhouse Bridal | Hair Styling and Makeup: Hey Lovely Makeup | Event Rentals: Archive Rentals | Bar: Traveling Spirit Bar | PR: Published + Pretty | Stationery Design: Paper Tie Affair | Submitted via: Matchology

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