Where do I begin…its Martha Stewart…I am still pinching myself! I was so excited when I got the call from Cortnie from canvas and canopy saying she needed a few of my props for this Metallic Hollywood Regency shoot that was going to be featured on Martha Stewart’s blog. Leila Khalil of Be Inspired PR gathered up a bunch of gifted wedding vendors to collaborate on this shoot. So of course I said when and where and gathered all the items that I thought would fit the whole vibe of the shoot. I could not wait to begin! When I got to Shade hotel I was blown away by all the amazing people that collaborated for this shoot! I have to say, I had a blast! Was I really working? Then the best part… the photos. They were all taken by talented Jose Villa . They were absolutely gorgeous. I tried so hard to narrow down for this post so here are a few of my favs:
Carissa from JL designs made the most amazing flower arrangements, the colors were so perfect for this Metallic series. The flowers truly stole she show or (shoot) I should say. I was also dying over the vintage china! They were provided by Jason from Small Masterpiece.
The gorgeous couple Troy and Aimee Grover who were our models for the day. I was in love with this sequin dress… so fun and flirty! Hair and Make up was done by the lovely Erica from 1011 makeup…
The hairpiece was made by Carissa. I just love her creativity. It just goes to show, how one simple piece can make such a statement!
The desserts were made by Cupcakes Couture. We mixed in some of Jason’s dishware and a few of my gold chargers. Of course we were happy to taste these awesome creations after… they were sooooo good!
The stationary was made by Kristy from Momental designs…
Last but not least…my awesome props! I was so pleased to see how well they all went with the whole look. I have 2 of these vintage stools, they are one of my favorite finds.
A vintage candelabra… definitely Hollywood Regency.
I was trying so hard to find a way to hang this chandelier of mine! Where we were shooting it just did not work, but Jose was so sweet to take a couple photos of it…Love!
My vintage drinking cart and head bust (aka Fabio). Cortnie made the cutest greyhound drinks…
Cortnie made these great DIY mirrored name tags with Carissa adding on the gold succulent.
One last shot of Troy and Aimee.
Another big Thank you to Leila for getting us all together! To see all of the gorgeous images make sure you check out the feature on Martha Stewart\’s blog: Brides guide