I am so much in love with this emerald art deco shoot! It is so refreshing to work with great talent, and creating this gorgeous monochromatic shoot with You & Me Events, Hazelnut Photography and The Little Branch was a dream! The little details like the St. Germain bottles serving as escort cards, a customized ceremony backdrop and the little spot of gold on the invitations was fun to incorporate with art deco.
Check out more photos in our feature on Green Wedding Shoes!
photography + styling: Hazelnut Photography / planning + design: You & Me Events / paper goods: Mintwich Design / florals: The Little Branch / hair + makeup: Christine Craven / cake: Superfine Bakery / linens: La Tavola / venue: Richard Nixon Library / dress: Lovely Bride (Carol Hannah gown)
One of my favorite color combinations are ivory and white textures, matte gold and blush. It’s elegant, understated and timeless. It was a pleasure to provide the stationery suite to such a talented team. Thanks to Aaron Young for the beautiful images, where they are also featured on Ruffled blog!
Event Design: Constance Curtis Events and The Vines Leaf / Photographer: Aaron Young Photography / Floral Design: The Vines Leaf / Cake and Desserts: Cupcakes Couture of Manhattan Beach Creamery / Paper Goods Design: Mintwich Graphic Design / Paper Goods Printing: UltraGraphics
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the longest running science fiction television series, photography Candice Benjamin and cinematographer Kiera Faye of Jakfoto Films took their passion of the series and styled this lovely shoot for a “Whovian” wedding. Featured on Green Wedding Shoes, and you can also see more photos on Candice Benjamin’s blog here.
Cinematography: Jakfoto Films | Photography: Candice Benjamin Photography | Coordination: First Pick Planning | Print Design: Mintwich Design | Floral Design:Studio Ooh La La | Wedding Dress: Hope Stanley of Mary Me Bridal | Cape + Earings: BHLDN | Gold Birdcage Veil: Tessa Kim | Ceremony Venue: Big Bear Solar Observatory | Ceremony Make-up and hair: Melissa Abad Makeup | Fourth Doctor’s Scarf: NoemisKnits | TARDIS “Spoilers” Kindle Cover: mdk Studios 898 | Reception Venue: Huron Substation | Reception Make-up and hair: Evelyn Lui of Serene Bridal Beauty | Cake: A Twist of Cake | Table Number Art: Meghan Stratman | Dining Furniture and Place Settings: Classic Party Rentals | Statement Furniture & Pendant Lights: FormDecor | Lighting: Mastermind Production Group | Cocktail Bar: Night Owl Productions | Video soundtrack: Chris Bartella – Anthem Falls Music | Ceremony backdrop, seating chart, star prisms & table numbers: DIY | Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver & The Master’s Pocket Watch: ThinkGeek
Design objective: create a website that clearly showcases all construction and painting services while making it friendly and inviting. www.Colarossi.com
It’s an exciting moment when we are at the point of launching a website. I feel genuinely honored that my clients allow me to be creative in designing for their brand.
It was a pleasure working with such a talented friend and client, Sharmila. With that, I am thrilled that we launched the Parties & Petals site early this week. Also, much thanks to my fantastic developer, Otis at Example 7. Thank you for all of your hard work!
I never enjoy talking to people I sit next to on planes. Their mindless chatter keeps me from me sleeping, which makes for an unhappy traveller. The one exception was on my flight to London over New Years. This fun-loving lady and I scooped up the exit row seats and instantly hit it off. She is the Editor and Publisher of the smart, sexy, sustainable online magazine called Coco Eco. Fast track to 6 months later, I had lunch with Anna back in LA. We giggled even more making it seem like our Virgin Atlantic flight was just yesterday. Anna was in the process of rebuilding her team, so I obviously jumped at the opportunity to be the Creative Director for the magazine. It has always been my dream to combine my love for design, fashion and entrepreneurship! It was a thrill to design their July/August Jetset Issue, I hope you enjoy.