Step back in time with us - the sizzling 1920's to be exact. This luxurious era is re-introduced with a touch of old Hollywood glamour at the Roosevelt through this jaw dropping styled shoot captured by The Big Affair. Dripping in red roses, ornate details and all the glitz and glam of one stylish Galia Lahav gown, this beauty has a crazy good lineup of vendors behind all the pretty. Jenna Thielen Events, Luna Gardens Events and Sweet E's Bake Shop name a few of the A-listers that have us smitten by their talent. It's as if they have channeled all the glamour and sophistication of the era and tied it up in ginormous pretty bow with a modern twist. The entire combination is one that has everyone still talking because it is just that - classic and timeless.

Old Hollywood Glamour at the Roosevelt

Styled around the gorgeous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in the center of Hollywood, this elegant venue presented the perfect local. After all, the hotel is best known for hosting the very first Academy Awards in 1929 and many iconic Hollywood actors such as Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplain, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard frequented the hotel. The ornate ceiling which boasts an art déco vibe pays tribute to the fine luxury of that time. It casts a golden ambience that simply radiates opulence throughout the infamous ballroom. The overall day is drenched in gorgeous equal parts timelessness and chic appeal and all parts drop dead ah-mazingness. File this under Great Gatsby wedding inspiration in your Pinterest boards brides. The team utilized red roses to symbolize a red carpet - cue the paparazzi now. The bride is stunning wearing a sexy open back Galia Lahav wedding dress design they are renowned for as a couture designer. Turning heads is what they do with every stitch and every style. The beading of pearls draped on the back of her dress certainly is reminiscent of classic Hollywood movie stars. The groom is dressed in a Friar Tux Slate Blue Allure Suit, which adds coolness. We just love how his style allows for the bride to have the spotlight, but he also has his own unique style. It is a versatile look that is less traditional than a black tuxedo.