By now you know I love participating in styled shoots (with professionals I love to work with, of course). Lane' at Something Borrowed contacted me about providing paper goods for an "elegant garden" styled shoot– she was going for an elegant, timeless and classic look with more neutral/earthy colors (navy, cream, some gold and brown). I had recently been researching vintage botanical prints for a client, and thought that would be a fun way to incorporate some color but still keeping the overall feel neutral by adding a wood engraved overlay. To see the full shoot and other amazing photos from Jamie Rae Photo on Style Me Pretty, go here: http://www.stylemepretty.com/oregon-weddings/silverton/2014/06/19/elegant-garden-wedding-inspiration/
Photography: Jamie Rae Photo | Styling: Lane' Of Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals | Floral Design:Swoon Floral Design | Wedding Dress: CR Boggs | Cake: Rosy Cakes | Stationery: Paper Bloom | Hair And Make Up: Face Body Beauty | Pies: Pacific Pie Co | Rentals: Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals | Wedding Venue: Oregon Garden Resort
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.
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