When Kate Holt of Flower Wild got in touch about incorporating Found pieces into a shoot at her workshop in Palm Springs, my answer was of course yes. With her stunning inspiration board and creative mind and the wonderfully talented Jose Villa behind the camera, the collaboration was a no brainer! Kate included some of my favorite pieces in the shoot and I am so in love with each and every gorgeous shot.
Check out more from the workshop featured on OnceWed
I am so in love with this inspired shoot in the newest issue of Rue Magazine and envisioned by the team at Gather Events. With the Hotel Shangri-la as the perfect backdrop, they conceived the perfect shoot for summer with bold colors, a relaxed vibe, and touch of tropical and exotic influences. Each collaborator went above and beyond to produce an incredibly beautiful look that is just perfect to inspire brides for the rest of summer.
Secluded and tucked away in the desert, this elopement shoot inspires the perfect intimate setting for just the bride and groom. Megan Hartley Photography and Whitney Mittmann intermixed warm and soft colors that completely illuminated the intimate setting. I love that they used our Burbidge and Beesley spools with their original purpose in mind. As always, Kim of Art With Nature picked the perfect combination of florals and succulents for the setting. The yarn touches on the table setting, altar backdrop, and even the grooms bow tie complete the organic tone of shoot and “sew” together the entire look.
I hope you all had a fantastic Independence Day and were able to fit in lots of fun and relaxation. Just in case you weren’t quite ready for Monday to come around, here’s a beautiful little inspiration shoot to start off your day.
This inspired shoot takes its cues from Van Gogh’s “Landscape with Wheat Sheaves and Rising Moon.” I love the subtle ways the shoot brings out Van Gogh’s beauty and applies it to the wedding world. The ladies at Orange Blossom Special Events created a look that is so readily applicable to a real wedding and I love the way they incorporated our vintage pieces like the Amelia Vintage Brushes and Desiree Painter’s Palette to create the overall concept.
I’ve always been a fan of the industrial look and love the way Katherine of Little Cat Design Co. incorporated a geometric pattern in the very modern and industrial setting of this inspired shoot. The brightly colored florals from Primary Petals are a perfect touch for summer and I just adore the combination of wood and metal for dining. Check out the photos and make sure to head over to Ruffled to see even more from the shoot!
Have a wonderful weekend enjoying the summer season!
We’ve all read and loved the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald and have waited tirelessly for Baz Lurhman’s movie version of the luxurious lifestyle of The Great Gatsby to open in theatres. With the new film coming out next weekend, I thought it was the perfect time to share this Gatsby inspired shoot. The new film has brought inspiration to many forms of design, weddings being one. I love the vision that both the film and novel create in their glamor, style, allure and luxury. This wonderful group of collaborators did a beautiful job in bringing to life a modern party based on the tale. I’m sure Jay Gatsby would himself have loved to attend.
The Found pieces incorporated into this Gatsby-themed shoot were the Celeste White Vanity, Florette Brass Frame, Delacey Hand Mirror, Olivia Green Chair, Valdez Fortune Teller Chair, Audrey Female Mannequin, Nate Black Side Table, Louisa Gold Chair, Lindsay Linen Chair, Leo Bar Aid, Darla Cart, Morrison Vintage Decanters, Theron Teal Seltzer Bottles, Jansen Screen, Etta Coat Rack, Sunapee Mannequin, Wilma Rose Gramophone, Damon Leather Chair, Felton Velvet Hat, Grand Vintage Cigar Boxes, and Dickinson Vintage Books.
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