It’s no secret I’m a fan of retro design and decor.  The 1950s and early 60s in particular (also know as the Mad Men era!) is a favorite, impeccably cool.  It is all bright colors, sleek lines and minimalist style and I’m loving the come-back it is making into wedding decor.

One of the easiest ways to bring mid-century modern style into your wedding is with bold geometric accents.  A simple white cake can be transformed with cost-effective brightly colored wooden shapes.

Bold patterns & clever design can transform simple materials into an expensive looking statement piece. The square and diamond pattern creates a second set of round edge squares within the larger design. You’ll love how easy and cost-effective it is to create this dessert table backdrop.  Find out how HERE.

Select an era-appropriate color palette. Cool blue tones pop against rich sunburst yellow and orange.  Incorporate classic mid-century design elements like starbursts & sputniks and a dash of modern; acrylic drink stirrers, table numbers and elegant gold tableware.

The tablescape pops against a backdrop of mid-century furniture, I just know you are going to love every single detail as much as I do!

Get all the chic details to create this ultra-affordable Mid-Century Mod Bridal Shower on Fun365 at Oriental Trading. Everything you need to See It, Shop It and Make with the click of a button! I hope you enjoy all the DIY’s and ideas as much as I enjoyed creating them.

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As an OTC blogger, I received compensation and/or products in exchange for my styling and crafting services. As always, all project ideas and any opinions expressed here aremy own.  For further information on our disclosure policy please check out our disclosure page.

Photography – Lydia Johnston of Photography Hill

Wedding Products – Marry Me, Oriental Trading

Acrylics – Atomic Kraftworks

Cake – Confection Deception

Happy Partying!

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