Jon & Cara's 1940's-Themed Wedding Celebration

Jon and Cara Hall followed up their intimate Spring wedding with a Fall 1940's-themed celebration at Fort Adams. The history buffs were delighted to see that nearly all of their guests came dressed for the era. There were fedoras, fascinators, victory rolls and even a guest dressed as Rosie the Riveter. It was a perfect evening; mild temperatures and an incredible sunset added to the merriment. Enjoy the photos from this adorable duo's unique celebration:

The Providence-based Generations Barbershop Quartet entertained guests as they sipped on Sloe Gin Fizzes, the signature cocktail for the evening.

Thanks to hair stylist Melanie Watson of The Vintage Ginger Snaps and makeup artist Andrea at Archbeauty, Cara looked like an old Hollywood movie star. The lovely figure-flattering dress, from Stop Staring, was just perfect for the occasion.

Jon and Cara take in the view from the rooftop of Fort Adams in the very spot where Cara surprised Jon on his 40th birthday with a private dinner for two. The fort has been a special place for the couple since that evening, when Cara also surprised Jon with a delivery of 40 Harbor Bars, one of his favorite childhood treats.

Cara is clearly a girl who love surprises. Jon was stunned when she serenaded him with a sweet and sassy version of Billie Holiday's "Them There Eyes." I was impressed to find out that she only took a couple of voice lessons to prepare. She sounded fantastic, evidenced by the excitement of their guests.