Imagine you could step back in time to the elegance of the French Baroque period, with larger than life ball gowns, decadent desserts, and elaborate jewelry. Our baroque industrial shoot was born from the idea that Marie Antionette and her court were frozen in time as they prepared for a ball. As the centuries went […]

Inspiration: Baroque Styled Shoot

One of our favorite aspects of a well-planned wedding is a lounge area that not only looks phenomenal in the space, but also is truly functional. A major downside to one of the biggest inspiration troves (Pinterest), is that there are tons of lounges and areas that look so beautiful, but when actually executed aren’t […]

Wedding Lounges That Are Actually Functional

So, last weekend, we saw the Marvel movie Black Panther, and we just knew. What did we know? We knew that wasn’t going to be the last time we’d see that movie, but we also knew that we had to do a styled shoot inspired by it. We loved everything about the movie — the […]

Wakanda Forever: A Wakandan Styled Shoot

In a recent post, we talked about the difference between theme and style. It was an overview of the definitions and how to incorporate elements into your event. In this post, we want to give an example of these differences in action. One of the points in “The Difference Between Theme and Style” is that […]

One Theme, Three Styles: Spring Garden

Style and theme are often confused with one another. People think they have a theme when what they have is a style, or they think they have a style when what they have is a theme. Or they think they have both, and what they really have is neither. So I’d like to spend a […]

The Difference Between Theme and Style

I (Dana) have a not-so-secret secret: I’m a kind of a wallflower. Never am I the life of the party, but that’s OK with me. I’m always happy to be behind the scenes, helping make things happen and watching guests enjoy themselves. I love seeing a party come together, especially when we’ve been working hard […]

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