Are you ready to celebrate your Bridal Shower with friends and family? The Grand Tea Party Package is for you! 28 delicate teacups and saucers in assorted vintage floral patterns add a touch of magic to any celebration.
One large vintage floral teapot is included in the Grand Tea Party package. Use it for decoration or serve guests hot water to make a cup of tea of their choice.
Also included are a choice of 8 bud vases for simple flowers. Whether it’s our vintage bottles or milk glass vases, these beauties add a touch of elegance to the table. Clip a few stems, add water and your table is party perfect!
Are you ready to elevate your New York or Westchester Bridal shower? Rent vintage teacups; they will be a conversation starter among guests.
Let me stage a thoughtful, small celebration at your event venue before a photographer snaps your promotional photos. Potential clients often have trouble visualizing their celebration in an empty room and photos of a beautifully curated party help solve that problem.
Venue Styling is for you if…
There is a constant struggle to find content to post on Instagram and Facebook.
It’s time to renew advertisements and the same photos have been used for years.
Potential clients are not booking walk-throughs at the venue.
You are a new venue and need innovative photos!
Venue Styling comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether you want to stage and style a small party room, a food table or even mock up a mini wedding with a bride; get in touch. I work with several preferred photographers at amazing rates as well.
Take the stress out of decorating for the holidays with these simple festive ideas for your home without strands of lights or even a tree! As seen on Best Friends for Frosting with amazing photography by Maria Doka Photo.
-Create a simple wreath with thin wire and a strand of corner store greenery
-Adorn all beverages with a thin slice of lemon
-Dress tables with a fine linen table cloth and linen napkins
-Use candles in canisters for less mess
-Great creative with herbs
-Leave a greeting at every place setting
-Serve hot chocolate in teacups
-Add greenery to a dish of sweet treats
-Type gift tags on a typewriter
-Dress up simple gift wrap with silk dupioni ribbon
-Display gifts on a faux fur throw or in a stocking
It was almost a year ago that photographer Mariel Hannah + I worked together on this Central Park style shoot. I was thrilled that it popped up in Magnolia Rouge issue 10 and the blog. I hope you find some Fall Wedding inspiration in these photos!
For those who need help styling photos that tell a story about their company or brand; I am hosting a mini workshop at QNS Collective in Astoria, NY. This workshop is ideal for bloggers, small business owners, etsy shops and anyone looking to produce original content to promote themselves on social media.
The flowers I sourced from Blooms by the Box to style for this photo shoot are some of my favorite to date. Previously a handful of these photos were featured on Style Me Pretty, but I was SO excited that Hochzeitsguide picked it up as well – their aesthetic is dreamy! Amazing team below the photos.
For installment fourteen of Table Top Tuesday, I am overwhelmed by the light simplicity created by Jessica Sloane and captured beautifully by Jessica Loren. This wedding’s table top blows me away with an airy and classic feeling. It’s so well done!
What makes this work? The choice of vines and airy greenery used throughout. The ivy vines creep over place settings and down the center of tables perfectly adding an organic feeling. I simply adore the strategically placed fruit as well.
What details make a difference? The neutral table cloth + napkin set the tone for the texture of the greenery and florals to shine. The natural wood chairs also add to the earthy natural feel.
On a beautiful September afternoon I had the pleasure of styling the sweet engagement session of Tiffany + Justin in Central Park with photographer Fiona Melder. This duo was over flowing with love and it shows! I was so happy to the collage below popped up on WellWed’s blog!
It was a GREAT start to 2015 with lots of fun projects! Above, some of our vintage props made an appearance in the digital mywedding magazine and I creatively directed + styled the photo shoot! I worked with so many favorite vendors so be sure to check out the online magazine + the print version on newsstands February 17!
Our vintage glassware + milk glass vases were featured in The Knot Magazine thanks to event planner Jove Meyer. His color palette for this shoot is so vibrant + fun!
I helped design photographer Kamila Harris’ booth for the Lovesick Expo. All of the imagery used in her story board (directly above) was her own to ensure she’d attract clients that were truly her style. Isn’t she the cutest!? Check out her amazing work here.
And finally, I had too much teaching styling to the mini fashionistas at The Fashion Class! Below is some of the of the amazing “styling” work from the students who are only ages 6-12. It’s such a great experience for kids interested in fashion + me too!
Great to see the Bordeaux inspired bridal portrait shoot on La Mariee Aux Pieds Nus today here. It was so much fun styling this with rich wine colored peonies from Blooms by the Box and the most amazing piece form Fleur de Letters below. Life is too short to drink cheap wine, right? Full list of credits below.
A few months ago I had the honor of gathering a group of local vendors and creatively directed + styled this photo shoot for mywedding Magazine. The digital magazine was released last week and on February 17th the print magazine will be on newsstands. Here are a few of my favorites from the digital issue + I’ll be posting a bit more once the issue is in print! Enjoy these dreamy film images from Kate Ignatowski + the amazing creative team is listed below.
I love unearthing new vintage beauties and this photo of Dovima is all types of holiday chic. An American model in the 1950s, Dovima was discovered by a Vogue editor on a New York City sidewalk and had a photo shoot with Irving Penn the very next day. Amazing.
The color story in this photo feels like sugary candies + peppermint on a snowy day. It’s a perfect alternative for a chic holiday color story.