At the beginning of each year, we brainstorm, research and project the wedding styles and trends that are to come in that given year. It’s so important for us as vendors in the events industry to stay on top of current styles and trends to appeal to our potential clients: engaged couples and soon to be engaged couples.
When organizing our summer styled photoshoot, we knew we had to go boho style. More importantly, it was a matter of the colors and shades of those colors that we would incorporate. This year, we went with a copper and dusty blue boho vibe and boy did these vendors nail it.
We hope you enjoy the photos as much as we did creating and producing this event.
As always, let’s start with the décor and all of the pretty little details, shall we?
If you follow along, you know that I love a good velvet linen. So, we had to throw in some of this to provide texture to our table designs. This styled photoshoot we showcased two different table designs to provide variety.
I’m known for a beautifully decorated garland down the middle of tables. This time around, I wanted to change it up. We utilized a variety of clear bud vases and amber beer bottles as floral vases and Ashley Kirnan, with Tarry Grove, picked some fresh floral from her gardens to enhance the tablescape. Ashley knocked it out of the park yet again with all of her arrangements. From the custom arbor installation and centerpieces to the sustainable confetti and don’t even get me started on those bouquets. She nailed it! Ashley knows I also love a good ribbon tail on all bouquets. They were out of this world amazing. There was no detail untouched.
Each photoshoot I like to incorporate something different and unique. Boho styles are comprised of natural elements. From pampass grass and cacti to natural colors and shades of rustic tones. I was at a lake with my pup, Leo, and saw a variety of flat stones. I knew had to incorporate these into the design. I utilized them as place cards and wrote names on them with a gold sharpie. They completely tied the design together and brought in that natural element the design needed.
We teamed up with multiple rental companies who paired so nicely together. Warehouse 127 Rentals provided the larger furniture rentals along with the linens and napkins. Happiest Day Rentals provided all of the pretty little details; from the bohemian chargers to the dessert stands and arbor.
Next up, the invitation suite and stationary. We teamed up with Luna Lynn Creative out of New York City to create a custom invitation suite and additional stationary to match. Jacklyn, with Luna Lynn Creative, creates custom stories as an add-on for her invitation suites and I knew we had to incorporate this into our shoot. It was the perfect addition to our design.
Now we have to talk about the desserts. I don’t usually try any of the desserts at a styled photoshoot but this time I absolutely had to. Audrey, with Cake Baby, freshly baked a cutting cake for our models and when I tell you it was the best cake I have ever eaten, I’m not joking. All of her desserts were out of this world amazing.