I really love how fun and whimsical these headpieces are by Charm School Design….I can totally see them for a daring bride!
[images by Charm School Design]
I love love LOVE the work Susanne Duffner does with Pica Press…how amazing are these invites?
[images by Pica Press]
Holly from Artikal introduced me to her millinery business that includes lots of beautiful bridal pieces. Located in the East Village, she’ll soon be doing a line for Kleinfelds…her stuff is very reasonably priced with lots of fun options.
[images from Artikal]
I always wanted a photobooth, but the cost of it ($2000!!!) was definitely a deterrent. I asked Belathée what I could do, and they suggested hiring their friend Jerome to run a makeshift photobooth…he’s an incredibly talented photographer, and without hesitating or seeing any of his work, I was sold. I sewed that green polkadot fabric I had bought a while ago for the backdrop, but he also changed it up a little with the gold lamé fabric which was just hilarious. My girl R brought some cool props, I provided the Kanye West glasses and statue of liberty hat, and we were golden! The photos speak for themselves. If you’re interested in doing something similar, contact Jerome at Photomaton Chic.
[images by Photomaton Chic]
I saw these invites by Alee & Press at NSS and absolutely loved the woodgrain texture of that last invite…but hey, I loved all of these!
[images by Alee & Press]