Images: Liz Fogarty Photography
Are you sick of the snow? I’m actually not – this storm was particularly beautiful and because it happened on a Thursday, I got to work from home, and hopefully there will be enough sunshine and rising temps to clear everything up before my first wedding of 2015 tomorrow and our first DIY workshop of the year on Sunday!! But, it can be done now. This can totally be the last snow of the season and starting Monday we can have warm weather (you hear that weather Gods?). But before we say goodbye to the snow, I have ONE last snowy inspiration shoot for the day (the bride/dress was just too gorgeous to resist) and some LINK LOVE to get you to the weekend! Have a great one and I hope to see a bunch of you on Sunday at our DIY Canvas Print Workshop!!
[icon size=”small” image=”icon-heart”] Love this adorable Make Crafts Not War printable over on By Brittany Goldwyn
[icon size=”small” image=”icon-heart”] How to Chose a Wedding Venue (thanks to our friends The Plannery over on A Practical Wedding)
[icon size=”small” image=”icon-heart”] Mike Isabella (of Kapnos, G, & Graffiato fame) is now offering off-site catering & hosting events in their restaurants. So go get married at Graffiato & hire me to work it – ok?
[icon size=”small” image=”icon-heart”] 5 Things to Know Before You Start Hiring Wedding Vendors over on Every Last Detail blog
[icon size=”small” image=”icon-heart”] This can never be stated, shared, or blogged enough: couples, PLEASE FEED YOUR WEDDING VENDORS!
And now some lovely inspiration from Liz Fogarty & company. Liz explains the styled shoot inspiration:
The theme for this mini styled shoot was simple- elegant and timeless. I was super excited to team up with Jackie from Beauty by Jackie to bring together a winter styled shoot. We kept the color palette slightly neutral so our model Djenny wore both a bridal gown and a grey sequin dress from Lord and Taylor. The flowers were the color accent and they provided just the right amount of color. We used plant dyed silk ribbon from Silk and Willow, which was perfect to get those motion shots in the snow.