This lovely pastel shoot was published on Hey Wedding Lady and Aisle Society this past week. Jen Rios Weddings called and asked if I had any plates that reminded me of watercolors and I did. One. One single plate. So we added some blush glassware to the mix and viola, I contributed! In truth, the blurry lines that give china a water colored effect aren't all that popular in older plates, unless they are very, VERY old. That's a secret term for those of us who deal in vintage and it means "very, VERY expensive." :)- Fun fact, the model in this shoot also made the beautiful marbled and gold trimmed ring dishes!
This dreamy elopement shoot was featured on Joy Wed a few weeks ago and I'm just now getting to blog about it. I almost, ok totally feel like I cheated on this one because all I did was pick the china. I was not part of the crew that woke up crazy early, drove a crazy distance, and braved nature to accomplish this gorgeous look. Can you believe those trees and that water?? LOVE.
Sometimes a styled shoot goes off without a hitch, and sometimes you find yourself being escorted off the premises and hiking through a field with a chair slung over your back. That was this shoot. It didn't go quite the way we expected, but we shared a lot of laughs and had a great time. It was all worth it for that gorgeous sunset...and the extra cupcakes that Jar Cakery brought along in case of emergency. I'm so happy Burnett's Boards chose to feature this shoot because we definitely put the muscle into it.
When Ashley and Evelyn, from Wildflower Weddings and Events, came to pick out plates for their shoot I was so happy when they chose a few patterns that don't often get showcased. They really took the time to search and it was fun to go through the stacks with them. I love the simplicity of this table setting for two, and those fab blue coupes... not mine! Those belonged to Evelyn's grandmother and I am oh so jealous of them. I love Smitten Magazine so seeing this shoot on their blog was a sweet surprise.
You know when you have absolutely nothing to do with an idea but it turns out beyond fabulous and you get to take some credit? Yeah, that's this shoot. Query Events contacted PLP about providing the plates for this Tuscan inspired setting and I was so excited when she chose our new pink plates. The color combinations are amazing and I cannot get over those florals. Check out Burnett's Boards for the full feature.
I love the rich colors from this styled shoot by Silver Lining Events. Pulling pieces for a specific color palette can be a challenge, but it's a challenge I love to take on. This shoot was fun because working with The Bevy girls is always a good time, and it didn't hurt that we enjoyed the blushing berry champagne drinks after all the hard work was done. Head over to Bridal Musing to see more of the rich marsala inspired shoot.