To quote our beloved Fergie, “A little party never killed nobody.” The roaring ’20s were all about the party, from secretive speakeasies to champagne fountains and feathers galore. Incorporate the festive personality of this epic decade into your wedding day with a gown gorgeous enough to make Gatsby swoon. We’re talking drop-waist cuts, delicate straps and intricate beading. Here’s to a vintage-inspired “I do.”

1. Blushing, Beaded Bride: Everybody wears lace and organza, but that’s so last season. Bring down the volume and amp up the sequins and beading for a dress that is ‘20s inspired and totally on trend for this year. (via Wedding Party)

2. Dress of a Different Color: Ladies of the ‘20s played by their own rules, and you can, too. Vintage wedding rings and dresses were often in any color but white. Three Nails Photography nailed this Gatsby-themed shoot with gowns that could easily double as wedding or reception dresses. (via Three Nails Photography)

3. Sleeves, Please: We’re bringin’ modesty back with capped and quarter-length sleeves. The ‘20s are all about subtle seduction and playing it coy, and this dress invokes a little mystery. (via Special Event Rentals)

4. Fringe Benefits: The trick here is making sure you don’t look like you’re sporting the classic flapper girl Halloween costume. Add sophistication with a high-end headpiece and a minimal, classic makeup look. (via Colin Cowie Weddings)

5. Jazz Age: Custom-made dresses are cheaper than you think. Budding designers, private labels and innovative, in-house tailors are all resources for helping you wear a uniquely made wedding dress. This one is not only unique, it’s also as Prohibition Era as gin and jazz. (via Brighton Photo)

6. Do the Dip: This V-cut in the back is everything. Ruffled sleeves keep this look more classy than sassy. (via Ruffled)

7. Old Hollywood: The ‘20s and ‘30s were the peak of Hollywood glam. A bright red lip and curls will ensure that your wedding day is Old Hollywood luxurious. (via Chic Vintage Brides)

8. Metallic Stunner: Even if you aren’t interested in a full ‘20s theme, don’t be afraid to go bold with your dress choice. This metallic dress has plenty of art deco pizazz and makes a big statement in a muted wedding palette. (via Rock My Wedding)

9. Rustic Elegance: The ‘20s and ‘30s were characterized by polar opposites — the snazzy, big city life and the quiet, pastoral country retreat. This dress is still on trend, but connotes a rustic elegance. (via Brighton Photo)

10. Perfect Fit: This dress joins today’s fit with art deco design elements, like beading and light touches of sheer organza. If you can’t fully commit to a ‘20s theme, this is a great compromise (via Style Unveiled)

11. Flapper Girl, Flapper Girl: A faux fur bolero and a strand of pearls (or two) is the recipe for a roaring good time on your wedding day. Just promise us you’ll do the Charleston at your reception, martini in hand. (via Love My Dress)

12. Jenny Packham’s EDEN: When jazzing up your wedding dress with this much intricate, delicate detail, we recommend keeping the hair minimal. (via 100 Layer Cake)

13. Dazzling Neckline: A stunning neckline is a guarantee that all eyes will be on you. Skip the necklace and go for drop earrings. (via Belle The Magazine)

14. Va-Va-Voom: This gown is sultry, but still glamorous for that special day. The color is unconventional, but hey, it’s your party. You can wear metallic if you want to. (via Bridal Musings)

15. Fabulous in Feathers: Feathers were everything in Prohibition Era, from headgear to skirts. If fringe or beads aren’t your thing, this dress is for you. (via One Fab Day)

16. Beaded Illusion Gown ($335): This gown is modest, but not boring by any means. In that gorgeous color, it’s perfect for a winter 2015 wedding. (via Nordstrom)

17. 1930s Style: The beads are on-trend with the Jazz Era theme, but the cut gives this dress a whimsical vibe. (via Weddbook)

18. Backless Flapper Dress ($599): If you want to stun guests as you go down the aisle, a show-stopping back is the way to go. An updo with this gown is a must — hiding details this fabulous would be a fashion felony.

Are you planning a wedding in 2015? Thinking about a ’20s-inspired dress or a full Jazz Era event? Tell us in the comments!