Right now I feel like a little kid on Christmas morning, just waiting to open her presents…. (*squeal!*) What might I be so excited for, you ask?… I am finally able to post the link to our
I had so much fun hanging out with the fabulous Brent & Anna Deitrich of Live View Studios, make-up artist to the stars Karen Michelle Clark, the awesome vendors that participated (we couldn’t have done it without you!!!) and our lovely models and photography assistants. During the shoot, Brent tuned into Pandora and we jammed out to (my favorite genre) classic rock from the 60’s & 70’s. Everyone made the afternoon so memorable. I look forward to working with everyone again.
Our inspiration all started from the dress. I took one look at that dress and knew we had something awesome on our hands.
|The lace, the style, it all reminded me of a by-gone area|
My mind immediately started flooding with ideas of Twiggy-esq makeup, avocado green rotary phones, Polaroid cameras, and my Grandmother’s old family room covered in plastic (which I miss very much Grams!) Slowly but surely Anna and I had so many cool and unique details I knew the shoot would bea success!
I know I’ve already said this but we really could not have done this shoot without our generous vendors!! Leona Taylor of Frosted Bliss made our groovy cake. They were dusted with an ever-so-delicate shimmer that made the silver dots pop! Side note – I was tortured on the way down to the shoot with the delicious smell of sugar!! Yum!
|I love the symmetry and design of the polka dots.|
The beautiful floral arrangements were created by Elizabeth Jones of Flowers by Elizabeth. Aside from the fact that Gerbera Daisies are one of my favorite flowers – I love how they remind me of a psychedelic Jimi Hendrix poster. The colors were a perfect fit!
The stationary was created by the talented Alison Citron of Love Citron. She is a budding graphic designer in theTriangle and I cannot wait to work with her on future endeavors! How cool is the font on the menus? They totally remind me of the PSA’s we used to watch in elementary school that were made in 1970-something.