I was so excited to do this style! I’ve been looking forward to doing a Pride and Prejudice style for months, and the bridal look is always my favorite! I love picturing the perfect garden tea party for this theme. This style will look great in that setting!

PAP Bridal

This dress from Martin McCrea actually looks a lot like the one Elizabeth wears to one of the balls! The lace was a must-have for this wedding, and I love how demure the sleeves make the whole thing look. And normally I’m not a fan of the empire waist, but it’s actually so perfect for this theme.

These earrings from Etsy are great for this theme. The pearls give it that vintage feel without looking too much like your “something old.” In addition, they’re small enough to allow for this gorgeous necklace, also from Etsy. Again, the pearls are perfect for a vintage wedding, and think how amazing this will look in your pictures! I can absolutely see Elizabeth or Jane wearing this to the balls!

I have to admit: ModCloth is my absolute favorite online shop for vintage shoes. You simply can’t go wrong. The flats are perfect for the outdoors and the lace is, again, great for the image we’re trying to uphold in such an iconic theme. And the pointed toe will help elongate yourself even without the heels! I mean, really. it’s a win-win.

These hair pieces from Etsy are the best. Elizabeth is definitely the type to add some flowers to her hair just because. And the gardens at Pemberley are simply bursting with them, so why wouldn’t she? Add these to your look to blend in with your own garden wedding!

I found this bouquet on Pinterest. While the actual pin led to a website that no longer exists, I did some digging and believe it originally came from Wild At Heart. It’s the same bouquet from the bridal party look. The colors are amazing for the theme! They’ll match your dress and jewelry like a charm. The gold and the ribbons are perfect!


What do you ladies think? This might be one of my favorite themes! Tell us what you think in the comments and make sure to click “like!”

The author: Beth Wertz

Beth graduated from James Madison University in 2014 with a degree in journalism. Most of her spare time is spent looking at wedding dresses and watching Netflix, hoping to get more ideas for Style Inspirations.
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