It might be the CRAZIEST time of year for me, but I just couldn’t resist jumping in on this inspiration shoot with the talented Jessie Alexis. And can you blame me?! The shoot is filled with gold, glitter and macaroons (three of my favorite things…) to help you ring in the new year.
Speaking of the new year,
I promise to blog more in 2014…
and be sure to check out the video of this gorgeous photoshoot!
Hair/Makeup: Flavia with Versa Artistry
Dresses: Avenia Bridal
Models: Madison Heath and Gibson Johnson
Videography: Kimberly Moore with Third Floor Design Studio
Invitations: Leah Alduos
Macarons: Erin with Dolce Bella by Erin
Flowers: Lizy with Lizy’s Lilies
Photography: Jessie with Jessie Alexis Photography
Calligraphy: Melissa Esplin with I Still Love You
I used to shoot a lot. As in, take-my-camera-to-class and shoot-when-I-have-a-second. It was a lot.
Now, I photograph for work, and hardly ever for fun anymore. Boo.
But this weekend, Kyle graciously came on a photo-scouting slash photo-practice sesh with me at 6:30 a.m.
The light was perfect and magical and it was a blast shooting my best friend
oh and we took Blue with us. He worked that camera
I was thrilled when one of my favorite photogs, Brooke Schultz, asked me to be a part of an inspiration shoot! The inspiration for the shoot was rustic + bright, and Brooke gave me free reign of all paper goods I designed. I absolutely LOVED the bright scheme and adding the rustic flair! It was such a privilege to work with such a well-designed concept and vendors who brought the entire shoot together.
See the feature on Style Me Pretty here.
One of the reasons I love working with Brooke – she totally gets my aesthetic! I loved how she shot the invitation with the rustic vine cut-out on the bright bridesmaid dress. I’m sorta obsessed with it!
I loved designing the menu! To add dimension to the piece, I added paper vines on top of the paper in the same material. Simple, understated, and rich.
The entire suite! Love the washi tape…mmm.
I am ecstatic to be featured on Style Me Pretty today! Ah!
I was approached by the talented and lovely Brooke Schultz Photography to put together the paper goods for a rustic and bright inspiration shoot. I absolutely loved the concept (I’m a lover of mixing mediums and colors) and said yes immediately. Brooke told me the elements of the shoot and gave me the go-ahead to design whatever my little heart wanted!
Thank you for letting me be a part of such a fun shoot! Oh and be sure to take a look at the entire gallery for more photos of the shoot!