Sunday, February 21, 2010
Here is some sweet vintage inspiration. Perfect for the DIY crafty bride. How perfect is the bike? The silhouettes? Vintage typewriter?
Details are really important and can make any event pop. Never skimp on the bridal bouquets or floral details they are like great accessories that pull everything together; not to mention make your photos come alive! I would never reccomend creating your own flowers even if you are a DIY bride. The flowers can only be created at earliest the day before your wedding and the bride simply does not have the time; even if you pass the flowers off to relatives to create, you may be really disappointed in the result. Hire a professional for the things that really matter.
Labels: DIY brides, vintage bicycle, vintage inspiration board, vintage typewriter, vintage weddings
posted by Sarina Chauhan @ 11:48 PM
Floral Fashionista Friday Presents: Tissage Jewelry Inspiration
Friday, July 17, 2009
I love jewelry without a doubt. I love renaissance people without out a doubt. Those people who are so creative they can't contain themselves to one art form; they have to dabble in many creative pursuits because if they did not they would risk implosion! So, when I came across Tory over at Tissage...
I recognized a kindred spirit. I loved her jewelry
instantly; a little bit bohemian , a little bit vintage a whole lot of glam chic!
I've put these earrings on my birthday wish list. Hello! They are purple!
I thought they would be so beautiful for the bride.
Also, so perfect for bridesmaids gifts.
I love this bracelet!
Are you bold?
Not only does Tory make jewelry she makes hats
too! So perfect for the vintage bride.
Perhaps, with these earrings...
...or this necklace.
I love the style of these earrings so perfect for a beach wedding.
Ooh la la! I just love Tissage
! So perfect for brides, bridesmaids, weddings and just about anything. Affordable too.Tissage
is based out of Seattle. Tory loves custom work so don't be afraid to contact her with your request. Check out her shop there are so many beautiful pieces there. I personally can't wait for my birthday and those purple earrings!
Labels: beach weddings, braclets, Bridal accessories, Bridal Fashions, Bride's maid's gifts, custom jewelry, Floral Fashionista Fridays, Jewelry to inspire, Tissage, vintage weddings, wedding jewelry
posted by Sarina Chauhan @ 10:25 AM
Feels Like Fall: Fashion Shoot with Red Leaf Studios
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Something about today made me feel like Fall. Maybe it was the sweater I had to put on because of the clouds and light drizzle. Maybe it was how I was craving hot chocolate all day even though it is only July. Perhaps, it felt like Fall because when I went into my local craft store to buy more ribbon for my wedding this weekend, they had the Halloween ribbon on display with skulls, crossbones, ghouls and witches. So here I am drinking hot chocolate thinking about Autumn weddings.
Then I came across this fashion shoot by Red Leaf Studios
based out of Regina. I love their photography! I thought it had decidedly an Autumn air about it. Also, it featured a vintage typewriter.Hello! I love props in photography!
I also thought the model's attire suited a Vintage,Goth, Rocker Chic kind of Autumn wedding.You know, the kind of wedding featuring skeletons in bridal attire as cake toppers! The Corpse Bride! I've never met a bride who wanted to wear black but I'm sure they are out there.
I must say, I love the heavy handed black eye liner and hair fascinator
. I have been known to rock this look back in the day!
I love birch trees. Trees in general used in wedding photography creates such interesting texture. I also love vintage suitcases. Do you think she's planning to run away? From "The Corpse Bride" to "The Runaway Bride"!!
We still have a few spots available for Fall weddings so give us a call to set up a complimentary consultation. We won't turn you away if you want to wear black.
Thank-you to Red Leaf Studios
for their photography inspiration for the day....now back to my hot chocolate.
Labels: autumn weddings, Fall weddings, Fashion shoots, goth weddings, hair fascinators, red leaf studios, rocher weddings, vintage weddings
posted by Sarina Chauhan @ 10:58 PM