Sunday was a proud day for me, I had a smile plastered on my face all day long. I still cant believe Jen and I did it. We came up with the idea for Love+Bash 6 months ago and Sunday we made it happen. We couldn't have done it without the help of some of the most kick ass wedding vendors, hair stylists, make-up artists, stylists, and models in the city. Our goal was for all of these creative people to showcase their work in a setting where the sky was the limit. They took it to the moon! I am so thankful for all of the amazing people who helped us create such a spectacular event. Everyone brought it and everyone should feel as proud as I do. I also want to thank everyone who came. It was great to meet so many new people and to also see so many of my clients and friends there. I wasn't able to get very many pictures, I was so busy and my hands were shaking from nerves. Luckily Andrew Ducker Photography was there to document the day for us. Thanks Andrew! Head over to the Love+Bash website to see his pictures.
The 70's Inspired table designed by Your Wedding by Jen, Inspired Floral Design, and Sweet Cakes, Ltd. Events.Katie of Inspired Floral Design made this dream catcher out of embroidery hoops and hemp string.Jen found these squirrel place card holders at a thrift store. How perfect! These little guys were the stars of the show. From the Kitschy table designed by Your Wedding by Jen, Marti's Floral Designs, and Five Dot Design.This was my display. I brought in my record player and used records for my signage.Sweet Cakes Ltd. EventsLewis&Cruse Jewelry made from your wedding flowers.
Gowns by BeartieMy sister grabbed this picture of all of the vendors.