The Found team and I had such an amazing time at The Cream and were so excited to be among the crop put together by the Bash, Please girls. Everyone brought their “A” game in rad shades of neon to The Book Bindery. Check out some snap shots from the night!
Found’s lounge vignettes had a front row seat to the dance floor. My favorite contribution was our bright pink heart shining on all the onlookers.
Stoked that we could help Simple Things add a rustic touch to their corner.
Loved all the Found touches at Urbanic and Wiley Valentine
I could have lounged in the gorgeous BHLDN corner all evening
A few pieces from the Found collection hung out with Love and Splendor for the night
Jill Velez’s beautiful calligraphy looked great with Found’s chippy paint
Our friends at Casa De Perrin were nothing short of stunning
Check out this little video by Max and Molly Films shot with their iPhone 8mm camera app
So grateful to work with such a talented group of vendors!
Thanks to Aaron Shintaku, Birds of A Feather, Joie La La, Studio Castillero, and The Weaver House for the gorgeous photos and to Casa De Perrin, BHLDN, Enjoy Events Co., Simple Things, Jill Velez Calligraphy, Urbanic, Wiley Valentine, Antiquaria, J and R Foods and Love and Splendor for incorporating Found pieces into the evening!
I can’t wait until next year!
Here’s a little inspiration for those of you Hunger Games lovers. Who knew this series could provide such beautiful inspiration for a bride? I just love finding inspiration in unlikely places and Lindye and the team did such an amazing job bringing the book to life in this shoot!
How beautiful do the Mathers Wooden Table and Portsmouth Folding Chairs look in these photos by Ashley?
See more photos from the shoot on Green Wedding Shoes
In 8 short hours I will be boarding a plane to Paris! I am so excited I can hardly contain myself! The hubs and kids and I will be exploring the beautiful city for a week, and then I will be staying for an additional 6 days to shop like crazy to fill up a 40ft container that I will be shipping back to California! This is the biggest pickin’ trip I have ever been on, and I am extremely nervous and excited to say the least! As I was packing tonight, I grabbed my old faithful pickin’ boots and started thinking about all of the places these boots have been. I smiled. I feel so blessed to be doing what I love, and to call it my job. So blessed.
I can’t wait to share all of the pictures of my trip upon my return! Stay tuned!
Another beautiful wedding! Love it!
The pieces that Eric and Lillian incorporated into their wedding were:
Young Beige Wingback, Tuscan Bar, Gary Architect Drawers, Houston Cream Couch, Turlock Wooden Pew, Schubert Blue Settee, Lincoln Brown Desk, Wiley White Dropleaf Table, Nathan Cream Side Cabinet, Buhler Red Table, Gartin Standing Chalkboard, and Leah Cream Table
I am finally getting around to posting some pictures from The Cream. We spent almost 2 full days installing for the big night and I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. We were lucky enough to provide furniture for a lot of the other vendors involved, so we ended up delivering almost 4 full truck loads! It was a fantastic night and I am always so excited to be a part of such a wonderful collaboration of talent! My hubby and I weren’t able to be there until almost 9:00pm because it was our kids Open House that night and our son was in a play.
These were taken by my hubby once we arrived….The party was in full swing so I asked him just to grab a few quick shots before we started mingling. I’m so glad he did! This is our light fixture installation, complete with edison bulbs and lots of neon yarn ;)
Why yes, that is our neon heart hanging from the rafters….
So our main installation consisted of a progression of chairs. I love the beauty of a deconstructed chair and I really wanted to show the progression of what most of my chairs go through. We displayed each one on a raised wooden box with custom lights we had made, over each one. I really wanted to present them as a work of art. I am so fortunate that the Bash,Please ladies had given me this 70ft long stretch to display. I started with just the frames of chairs….and gradually progressed to the completely re-upholsterd chairs. There were 12 total….6 on each side.
This picture definitely shows it best…
These are just a couple quick shots of how Urbanic and Wiley Valentine used some of our pieces. I am dying to see more pics from the other vendors!
Me and my girls….
A few of Found’s pieces at The Cream pictured here: Gregory Wingback Chair, Cara Unfinished Chair, Nadine Chippy Shelf, Metal Pigeon Shelf, Newton Card Catalog, Teal Gumball Machine, Books, Samuels White Mailbox, Danni Reclaimed Industrial Bench, Hawking White Table, Galton Shutters and Buhler Red Table
Photography: Studio EMP
Since our last workshop over a year ago we have received a HUGE number of requests for info about starting a vintage rental business. From coast-to-coast and even all around the world, we’ve heard from tons of people who want to offer unique vintage rentals to clients near and far.
Finally, we couldn’t wait any longer. So, back by very popular demand, we’re offering a fresh new Hide & Seek Workshop on April 14th & 15th, 2012.
You can check out more info at the Hide & Seek Workshop website but here’s the gist:
-2 Rad days with Jeni & Allison of Found Vintage Rentals
-Topics include Unlocking your Brand & Developing your Collection, Marketing to Make an Impact, Nuts & Bolts of a Rental Business, and Becoming a Savvy Buyer
-2 Buying Experiences with Jeni (this is worth its weight in gold)
It will be a time to connect, learn, and have hands-on experiences that will jump start your vintage rental business.
Register by March 23rd in order to receive early bird pricing!
Check it out. Sign up. Don’t miss it. Your vintage rental business will thank you.