Hello friends! We are SO excited to be sharing this gorgeous styled shoot with all of you, now that it’s been featured over at the lovely Grey Likes Wedding blog.
Today marks exactly 46 years since the very first gay pride march, and yesterday marks exactly one year since the Supreme Count legalized same sex marriage. So this shoot could not have been better timed.
The shoot centered around a farmhouse table covered with a rich cognac leather runner and white blooms. Each type of flower was arranged in its own vase for a masculine touch, and paired with greenery, copper-sprayed eucalyptus and suede-like magnolia leaves. Each set of matte gray plates was wrapped in a metallic hand-lettered leather strap to serve as the place card, and was accented with a deep blue cotton linen napkin loosely wrapped with a black velvet ribbon. Maidenhair fern favors planted in handmade cement and copper pots served as the individual favor at each setting. Small bottles of bourbon served as the escort cards, wrapped in a copper, hand-painted sleeve. Catering included a miniature Bites & Shots menu of succulent beef with dark beer shooters and Moscow mules (in tiny copper cups) paired with the cutest little sliders you ever did see!
A HUGE thank you to all our amazing vendors who contributed to make this shoot come together so beautifully.
Design & Coordination @sugarbranchevents
Venue by 24 Carrots @the_1912
Bites & Shots @24carrotscatering
Paper goods @paperplanepaperie
Vintage Rentals @sundrop_vintage
Place settings @classicpartyoc @christianfromclassic