December 29, 2010
Lauren and Jason wanted a 1940s-style bash that flirted with a traditional wedding of today. What fun this wedding was to work on! The details truly reflected the couple as individuals, while highlighting their love and commitment.The bride's love for Louisiana history was evident by the venue choice while the groom's mission was showcased on the Groom's Cake table and the personal photos.Being a part of their big day was so special to me and I'm really excited to show off these engagement, bridal and wedding photos.
Photography: Janey Pie Photography
Venue: Old Governor's Mansion
Flowers: Billy Heroman's Flowerland
Cakes: Cake Goddess
Music: Ram Jam Productions
Caterer: Culinary Productions
Rolls Royce: Capital City Limo (Baton Rouge)
December 23, 2010
I love having the Cricut because I love personalizing gifts. I had a fun crafting session the other day!
I found this lime green bucket and it was just screaming for some cute lettering! So for a baby shower gift, I added the couple's last name in blue vinyl with some polka dots. I had too much fun with this one!
In the same trip, I found these vinyl Christmas bibs. So I personalized them for a few little ones to enjoy this season!
The bibs went perfectly with these sippy cups and snack bowls!
We needed a sign for our front door and this fit perfectly!
How sassy are these zebra take-away placemat and bib! Perfect gift set!
Ornaments are a must!
My session was cut a bit short but I have TONS more to make! Can't wait to share!
December 21, 2010
Jenny and Andrew walked the fine line between a traditional wedding and a funky soiree! This New Orleans wedding had all the essentials: great atmosphere, fun details and tasty treats. It was obvious that Jenny put extra thought into her big day as the extra details went miles in my book. Being the super-mom to son, Corbin, she made sure the kids were involved in the wedding and had fun doing it. It was such a treat for me to be a part of her big day and I am so excited to show off these pictures:
Photographer: Mark Eric Photography
Florist: Erin Steen (New Orleans)
Cake: Haydel's Bakery
Invitations: Hornbill Hill Designs
Hair/Make up: Salon Diversions