Well hey there, friends! After this successful week, I'm feeling so encouraged and motivated. Laura and I had an incredible styling session with a client, I met lots of folks I'll be working with soon, plus I even managed to make dinner...on the grill...twice. I know, rock star status!
WHAT WE'RE LOVING THIS WEEK
Earlier in the week, I got this sweet message: "Oh hey! Your delivery and lighting assistance is totally featured today! ;)" from Katie at Unearthed Vintage. Ever so often, I help her out with a delivery and truth is, that's one of the things I value the most about being a part of Floridian Weddings. Working relationships, turned into friendships. During this specific event, I'd also get to see Jessica Lorren working as the photographer and meet Sarah Tucker who designed the whole thing! Inez and Matthew hosted an intimate glitzy garden wedding at the Sundy House in Delray Beach. I was particularly fond of this well styled bridal party. Inez was stunning in her Jenny Packham gown which was paired to perfection next to BHLDN, Adrianna Pappel, & Erin Featherston designs in soft, sparkly blush tones. Seriously, pin away!
Ooh, I’m a total sap for old Spanish influence that’s so prevalent in SoFlo, especially when worked into the style of an elegant wedding design.
Millions of peach details, peach details for me…in Miami!
Totally adorable tiny clementine touches in this bride's bouquet and at the place settings.
Absolutely crushing on the mix of earthy elements and pops of bright pink at this dinner party!
Gushing over the gorgeous bride and groom chairs that are drowning in luscious fabric.
Anniversary shoots are my new favorite. This couple is so comfortable with one another and lookin' all cute in pinks and greens, strolling through a grove!
Ever meet a new lady and wish there was some clever way to ask her on a friend-date? Get crafty and carry these "Let's Do Cocktails" invites in your clutch. Never awkward when you hand someone a fab flamingo!
Been lookin' for a way to incorporate hibiscus into a drink recipe without using the flower bud. Solution: hibiscus syrup!
I hope everyone has a fun weekend!