During wedding season, we are buzzing around like bees, working on weddings, answering emails, and solely focusing on our clients and brides. It is difficult to find the time to work on something purely for creative purposes and simply for the enjoyment of challenging ourselves to be innovative. This post is about a day we had the leisure of simply playing with flowers and making pretty things. The result was a day of fun and these dreamy images by Danielle M. Sabol. Danielle is one of the most creative and artistic talents I have ever met. Her mind is always churning, focusing on how to push herself to be a better photographer and artist. I have had the privilege to work with Danielle many times and I can't imagine it is possible for her to improve her skill. I am always blown away by the work she produces and her never ending ability to dream up and create unique and inspiring images. Here are a few images from our creative day in the studio.
Images by Danielle M. Sabol
We recently provided flowers for a photo shoot at The White Sparrow with a wonderful team of talented vendors. The theme for the shoot was Rose Quartz, which is one of Pantone's Colors of the Year for 2016. We were so incredibly excited to have this shoot featured on the first day of 2016 on Style Me Pretty! Here are a few of the beautiful images captured by Tenth and Grace.
Gorgeous jewelry provided by Shapiro Diamonds. It was such a delight meeting Kendra Shapiro of Shapiro Diamonds! I loved working with her!
Photography Tenth and Grace | Styling Lindsey Zamora | Ribbon Frou Frou Chic | Jewelry Shapiro Diamonds | Paper Goods by Seniman Calligraphy | Hair and Makeup Tracy Melton Artistry | Model Sierra Loren of The Campbell Agency | Head Piece Three Sunbeams | Bridal Gowns Patsy's Bridal Boutique (sleeveless gown) and Flora and Lane (cap sleeve gown) | Venue The White Sparrow Barn | Water Color Vows by Artsy Canvas Girl
We are excited to finally post about Bethany and Ryan's beautiful wedding that took place in May last spring at Chandler's Gardens. The day started out as dark and rainy, but just before the wedding, the sky cleared and the weather became perfect! This sweet couple held their ceremony in the Secret Garden, a beautiful spot hidden by huge shade trees with a 200 year old majestic oak tree that heads the altar.
We recently made a bouquet and floral hair piece for the sweetest lady, Jessica, of Jessica Gold Photography. I have loved getting to know Jessica. She is such a sweet person and full of joy and radiance! Nicole Berrett, another one of my favorite persons, captured the beauty and emotion between Jessica and JJ flawlessly. I can't get enough of these gorgeous images!
Goodness! They are such an adorable couple!!
I had so much fun making this hairpiece! It makes me want to wear ranunculus in my hair every day! I think every bride needs a floral hairpiece!
We recently did flowers for a beautiful rooftop wedding in Downtown Dallas at 400 N. Ervay. This is a really neat venue that is unmarked and has a post office, bakery, and apartments in the building. Once you take the elevator onto the rooftop, you step out to a completely unexpected, gorgeous area. Here are a few pictures from this wedding with the sweetest bride. Photos by Matt McElliott Photography. Planning by Urban Magnolia Events. Cake by Tart Bakery.
This wedding was featured on ArtfullyWed.
We are excited to share these beautiful pictures by Feather and Twine from one of our May weddings. The beautiful setting, gorgeous bridal gown, and dreamy pictures have us swooning over this wedding!
This couple is seriously adorable! How cute is that picture on the left?!
Bridal portraits are a great way to do a trial run of your hair and makeup and see what your bouquet will look like before your wedding day. Plus, who wouldn't want to dress up, carry flowers, and feel beautiful? These are just a few dreamy pictures by Lauren Peele Photography of some recent bridal portraits.
It's fiesta time! We recently were lucky to have a super fun bride who wanted a fiesta themed reception. We had so much fun making these fun flowers and we had to have pictures of them! The darkness of the pictures juxtapose with the bright flowers, making these pictures drool worthy.
Photos by Danielle M. Sabol