As the wedding season is in full swing again, and things are insanely busy at the office, it is so nice to look back at some of the beautiful weddings we were lucky enough to be part of in 2013. Loving all of the sweet details and beautiful colors from Liz and Lysee’s beautiful wedding…don’t you?
I’ve always been a fan of the unfinished look of a stripped upholstered piece. The loved the deconstructed feel of the Cara Unfinished Settee and Chair and the raw, simplicity of it. A perfect touch for shoots. But it was time to bring a finished look and with my love of indigo these days, it was an easy choice. What do you think?
I am so very excited to share our new Reclaimed Wood Pergolas with you all! These beauties were definitely a labor of love from start to finish, but I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. You may recognize some of these pictures from my instagram feed, but I would love to share a little more about how they came to life. Our good friends over at Bash,Please asked if we could make a couple reclaimed wood pergolas for a wedding, and of course, I was ecstatic about the idea! After searching for quite some time for the perfect wood, my hubby came across a fantastic place down in Laguna Niguel called True American Grain. When we went to check it out, I was like a kid in a candy store! Their selection is amazing, and gorgeous at the same time. You can read all about what they do, and where the wood comes from here. I chose the most beautiful hand hewn beams that came from barns in Michigan (circa 1868) and Tennessee (circa 1820). Joel got to work on a design that would make these structures solid, beautiful, and (somewhat) easy for our crew to set up. I am so thankful for his ingenuity and ability to build just about anything! Let me be a tad bit boastful and say that these iphone pictures don’t do them justice…These pergolas have just the craftsmanship and character of the 200 year old barns that this wood was originally used for. Can’t wait to share more photos soon!
We now have 4 of these pergolas built and ready to cozy up any event! We offer custom fabric options for the top, or they are equally beautiful without any fabric at all, or dressed up with flowers like the picture above from Bloom Box Designs.
Adding a few accessories is a great way to add a little life to a space. Take a look at what a difference it can make in the lounge vignettes we styled. Even adding a couple pillows or quilts to a grouping at an event is a perfect way to create a warm and inviting look.
I’m in a bit of denial that summer is over… I’ve decided to prolong my summer mindset by sharing this fun nautical wedding from Bash, Please today. Check out how the lovely Annie McElwain captured the rad and adorable couple!
Picked these beauties up a few weeks ago for their gorgeous gold frames (of course their original fabric was… charming) and just love how they turned out upholstered with white velvet! I’m always in search of lounge furniture with beautiful and unique frames, knowing that even if their upholstery is lovely, with time it will need a refresher. Excited to introduce Leopold + Arabella!
Hannah and Ryan’s nuptials were truly an epic bash from start to finish. We were so happy to be a part of this couple’s celebration and as I looked through the photos it was so evident that not only did they truly love one another, but were surrounded by so many who loved celebrating them. From ceremony to dessert display this wedding was sprinkled with Found thanks to the inspiration of Natalie from Swellegant. Don’t miss any of the details from this gorgeous wedding.
Natalie of Swellegant mixed many Found farm tables throughout the reception seating
Love the chalkboard menus!
This is such a fun dessert table! I love how Found doors and shutters were combined to create a gorgeous backdrop.