"Super glam, super clean. Gold, mint and blush." Yes, please! Alex at Luxe Event Productions was speaking my language when he explained the overall concept for a Spring styled shoot taking place at Union/Pine. I had been in love with that color palette and had some gorgeous papers in the perfect shades that I knew would photograph really well. I love so many things about styled shoots but my favorite is that I get to try new things and test out interesting layouts and concepts that could potentially work for a future couple. Check out the full the feature on Fab You Bliss!
Photographer: Atelier Pictures // Makeup Artist: Aimee J’Adore // Cake Designer: Artisan Cake Company// Equipment Rentals: Barclay Events // Floral Designer: Botanica Floral Design // Dress Store: Fabulous Affordable Bridal // Jewelry: Independent stylist at Stella and Dot // Coordination, Styling & Design: Luxe Event Productions // Caterer: My Bartender // Invitation Designer: Paper Bloom // Reception Venue:Union Pine // Drapes: West Coast Drape
One of my most memorable projects was this hot pink and gold glitter die cut pop-up Bat Mitzvah invitation. When I first met my 12-year old client, she was wearing a bright pink top and had a soft dusting of glitter over her cheeks. She described her ideal invitation for this big event– her guests would open the envelope, her name would pop out and glitter to burst all over them! Her parents, on the other hand, preferred something a bit more refined and classic, all the while staying true to Reeve's bubbly and *sparkling* personality. We used gold glitter paper for the envelope liners and gold glitter ribbon to tie around the inserts, and embossed her name on the front in gold glitter. Her name popped up just like she wanted, and we of course used her favorite color– hot pink. A huge thanks to Anders Printing for printing and die cutting the piece, Bullfrog Graphics for laser cutting the name, and Gather Event Planning for sending their lovely client my way! All photos here from Paul Rich Studio.
One of my favorite blogs in the world is Oh So Beautiful Paper. It is the best place to see the latest and greatest in the paper goods world, and I'm constantly swooning over each post. I was lucky enough to be featured on there last year, and this week my submission of my sister's wedding invitations was also picked up! This was my first invitation suite using foil, and you should all know by now that I *love* foil. It's just so fun and adds a nice, simple touch. Check out the feature here! And many thanks to Paul Rich Studio for shooting the suite for me– it's another lovely addition to the gallery on my website. He has done a perfect job capturing the details of my work in photos, and I'm so grateful!
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