Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Or even better:She doesn't even look happy to be cutting into a giant, cake-ified version of herself. I wonder what they did with the head part? D:
I just have to think these things up, you know.
Paper Antler are a husband and wife photography duo who are embarking on an amazing project starting January 2012. The idea is to photograph 50 weddings in 50 weeks to raise 50 grand for an anti- human trafficking organization called She Dances. I can't think of a better way to spend a wedding budget! Will definitely be contacting them to get more details!
Monday, June 20, 2011
Then there's Fall Flowers LLC. Their photos are awful! But the arrangements look good. I'd have to give them alot of direction, since they don't seem to have much personal style, but that could be a good thing.
This arrangement is by Hana & Posy. They won an award for being "eco-friendly."
There's also Pennypack Flowers, but I don't feel like adding another image :P
A lovely Father's Day inspired arrangement by Studio Choo! These ladies are awesome and definitely a huge inspiration to me. I stumbled into their shop when I got off at the wrong bus stop near Alamo Square and everyone is just great. Wish I could use them for my own wedding, but the flowers wouldn't make the trip from San Francisco to Philly. :(
More flowers by Studio Choo
They also did these salt dishes which are amazing! They would match my wooden candlesticks perfectly, and they WOULD make it across country.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
In the bow tie post, I included an awesome photograph from an inspiration shoot. Here is a behind-the-scenes video, where you can see all the little details. I adore the hair, especially the wavy little braid they shoot a closeup of! Also the flowers are fantastic. Some more photos below.
Friday, June 3, 2011
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Sifting through a sea of wedding inspiration and becoming jaded. Then I see a gem like this lovely bride's big day and am completely inspired all over again.