I had the pleasure of working with some amazing ladies earlier this month. Elizabeth owner and founder of The Nouveau Romantics, a floral and event planning studio here in Austin, blew me away with her vast array of talent. Not only did she design the entire shoot, but she also did all of the flowers and even made a cake for the dessert table! We were pleased to add some loot to the event to complete the decor. Some of our added items include vintage milk bottles, the silver tiered dessert tray, and the crates you see below. I had such a fun time working/playing with everyone involved:
Jennifer Nichols of The Nichols: a warm-hearted gal with a background in fine-art photography. Her photos will make you melt.
Andrea Duty of Bake Sale: A cutie with great taste for sweets! Her pear tart was to. die. for.
Bailey Amon and Emma James of Antiquaria: These ladies can style a table with their eyes closed. They also have some of the most beautiful vintage table settings available to buy (or register for) in their web store.
Below is a sneak peek from the spring shoot, but stay tuned. This is only one of the two shoots we did that day.
More photos from the source can be found here.
Other vendors included:
The Wild Onion Ranch: This wedding venue is fairly new…not even a year old yet! They have an amazing collection of farm tables, tame longhorns that you can literally walk right up to, an awesome old, rustic wooden cart that I wanted to take home with me (seen above), and a beautiful landscape perfect for anyone’s special day.
Marquee Events: Chair rental
Magpie Paper Works: Stationary design
Etsy: Rooster Tea Towels
I had so much fun being a bride for a day and meeting so many talented women. Hopefully, we’ll get to play again soon!