Whether you're a huge fan or not, it's hard not to notice the influence Mad Men has had on the revival of 1950's and 1960's style. With that in mind, we decided to show you how to create your own Mad Men style wedding. You can take as much or as little as you like and adapt it to suit your own personality.
We may not have seen Don Draper's wedding to Megan Calvet, but it's easy to imagine how it might have looked. THE DRESS
We've seen a growing trend in short wedding dresses and the demand seems here to stay, with the majority of both local and international designers including some shorter styles in their bridal collections. Below are a few of our picks that suit the Mad Men
These designs are from Monique Lhuillier's Fall 2012 collection. Click here for the full gallery.
Elizabeth Fillmore included these gorgeous designs in her 2012 collections. Click here for the full gallery.
These are from Carolina Herrera's Fall 2012 collection. Click here for the full gallery.
Thanks to Mad Men
we have seen a surge in demand for classic style and vintage rings, many with floral motifs. Many celebrity engagement rings fall into these categories.
For a full range of gorgeous ring ideas, grab a copy of our latest issue which includes our comprehensive Rings Guide. THE BRIDESMAIDS
Short dresses are prominent in both 1950's and 1960's style, so why not continue this throughout your bridal party. This is also your chance to feature any colour you wish!
These gorgeous designs are by Alfred Sung and are available in Australia at Bridesmaids Only. They are available in a whole array of colours and styles. HAIR AND MAKE-UP
Below are a couple of styles from our recent Beauty Annual issue. The look on the left highlights winged eyeliner, candy cheeks and pastel-pink lips. These are all features of 1960's style. The hair style on the right, epitomised by Marilyn Monroe is all about high glamour and femininity. For lots more inspiration like this, including tips from the experts on creating your favourite looks, grab a copy of our Beauty Annual. THE HONEYMOON
If you're a fan of this style, there's no reason why you can't follow it through into your honeymoon!
This honeymoon fashion gallery screams 1950's and 1960's style for both men and women. For the full gallery and details on what they're wearing, click here.
Some more Mad Men style honeymoon fashion. Click here for more images and all the details