It’s finally here! As I promised in Monday’s teaser, today I’m posting a whole bunch of pictures from the preppy Georgetown styled shoot that recently featured my work. Check out these awesome photos by Kealy Creative and Brittany Baker Photography!
The theme of the day was preppy style in hues of navy, bright yellow, and grey. Models Tess and Amy were styled and accessorized in outfits according to this look. I love the way the Amelie Necklace looks with the open neckline on Amy’s white button down blouse. Here’s a closer look:
Black and white photos are the best as far as I’m concerned. 🙂
This bracelet is a navy blue version of the Jordyn Bracelet that I made specifically for this shoot. What do you guys think, should I make it available in the shop?
This picture might be my favorite of the whole bunch. The way the pearls of the necklace and bracelet frame the mason jar of lemonade is perfect!
Thanks so much to Carolyn and Brittany for including me in this beautiful photo shoot!
Were you hoping this post would be about an awesome Julia Roberts movie full of 90’s goodness and big hair? Sorry to let you down, friends. Hopefully lots of pretty pictures will make up for it! 🙂
This past weekend, my bestie tied the knot with her love of 5 years. I couldn’t be happier for them!
I got to play a big role in the making of this wedding, which was pretty awesome when all is said and done. In addition to being a bridesmaid and making the bridesmaids’ jewelry (obvi), I headed up a team of hardworking friends of the happy couple to create 80 mason jar centerpieces for the outdoor pavilion reception + some little extra bottles for cocktail hour.
To everyone who helped pull off this project: THANK YOU. You are rockstars.
A lot DIY went into making this reception the gorgeous party that it was. Kelly and Chris seriously have the best friends. How beautiful is this end result!?
In addition to our DIY-ed centerpieces, Kelly hired a local florist for the bouquets and boutonnieres. You know me – I couldn’t help but snap a few pictures (and by “snap” I mean tap the little camera button on my iPhone. I’m pretty high tech, folks.) Take a look at this loveliness.
Dahlias, David Austin roses, Queen Ann’s Lace, Ranunculus… and some stunning anemones in Kelly’s bouquet. I was drooling.
Another friend of the couple was commissioned with making the wedding cake, which was so delicious that I shamelessly ate three whole slices really enjoyed it and exercised self-control. (Have we talked about my sugar addiction yet? No? Maybe I’ll get to that someday…)
Not only was the cake to-die-for-delicious; it was gorgeous and perfectly styled for their rustic outdoor celebration.
I seriously want to eat this all over again. Right now.
The best part of the day for me was getting to spend an evening dancing under the stars with my sweetie and some of my best friends in the whole world.
Since being married myself, weddings have evoked some very tender and strong emotions for me. (I was teetering on the edge of ugly-crying during the whole ceremony!) There’s something very special about marriage, and it’s a special kind of joy to watch my friends begin their own journeys into matrimony.
Congratulations, Kelly and Chris. May the Lord bless you with many beautiful years together. I love you both!
*Check out Lauren Fair Photography here. Lauren and her husband Tim are friends of mine from my hometown who specialize in what may be the most beautiful wedding photography ever. Their work is absolutely stunning!