Art Deco Styled Shoot – T&P Building – Fort Worth, Texas

    The Gold Dust girls love the Art Deco time period and the glamorous lifestyle of the 1920’s so when the amazing Marian Timmer from Minted Artistry told us about her idea for this styled shoot – we we’re giddy. The era translates beautifully to a ballroom full of glittered guests in black tie attire.  The Art Deco architecture of this historic venue, the T & P Station in Ft. Worth, Texas, was the perfect backdrop to the Great Gatsby themed style shoot. 

   The era came alive with exquisite details captured by Peyronet Photography.  Textured linens, vintage furniture, crystal dinnerware and opulent florals in an array of colors surrounded by glittering candlelight adorned the venue table tops. The bride wore a glamorous one shouldered gown accented with a Swarovski tiara that I fell in love with at the Bridal Boutique of Lewisville. With an intricate chignon of loose curls designed by Renn Traylor Beauty and fresh and lovely makeup by Lip Service Professional Makeup Artistry, her formal look was pulled together. The bridal cake was the true centerpiece with buttercream frosting and hand piped florals and adorned with a crystal cake topper.  The cake was placed upon a luxurious emerald table linen from La Tavola  and  served with custom dessert cocktails. The invitations and stationery from The Three mirrored the geometric lines seen in the architecture of the historic T&P Building. 

   Pulling the team’s dream ideas together for the shoot was made effortless when working with Marian.  Our vintage furniture, table top floral vessels and antique dinnerware paired perfectly with the era’s exquisite taste for glamour. The uniqueness of the emerald glassware, the opalescent plates and vintage silverware brought immediate attention to Minted Artisty’s desire for vintage flare.

  To complete the look of the era, Justine’s Flowers created gorgeous centerpieces to enhance the tablescape. Each custom designed arrangement showcased a soft array of blush tones and ivories. Anemones were added for a striking touch to the otherwise delicate flowers.  The place cards and the dye cut emerald menus brought to life the linear look of the time as well as complimented the chic linen. 

   If you can’t get a hold of The Gold Dust Girls – please search in the 1920’s. We will be there, lounging…in our feathered gowns surrounded by diamonds and fur with a cocktail in hand.




  • T & P Station,  Fort Worth
Britney Sawyer 817-300-1011
  • Minted Artistry


Marian Timmer 214-587-8665
  • Peyronet Photography
Michelle Peyronet 817-707-7487
  • Justine’s Flowers
Justine Chapura 817-821-8589
  • Gold Dust Vintage
The Gold Dust Girls  817-703-7619 
  • Lip Service: Makeup
Jennifer Trotter 972-345-0655
  • Hair
Renn Traylor 817-301-3240
  • Cake
Romano’s Bakery 214-821-5056
  • Bridal Boutique of Lewisville
Amy or Carrie 972-219-8500
  • La Tavola Linens
Ryan Mora 972.392.3233
  • The Three: Stationery
Marsha 972-855-8003
  • Model
Christina Connolly 817-705-0479
  • Pastries
Tart Bakery 469-335-8919
  • Dishes and Ghost Chairs
May I Serve You 817-732-6478
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