Collaborations Across the Central Coast

We are so fortunate to live amongst so many talented wedding vendors here in the central coast of california. There are photographers, planners, designers, florists, and wedding vendors galore, and we love collaborating with as many as we can! 

Our vendor friend, Kelsey, of A Lovely Creative, asked to use our tabletop goods for two photoshoots earlier this year, each at gorgeous venues with incredibly talented photographers- what could be better?

These first photos above are from a shoot at Greengate Ranch (a venue close to our hearts!) with photographer Jen Rodriguez. Our vintage glassware, wood chargers, crystal salt cellars, and teak & brass flatware look perfect on the dining table amidst Wilder floral co.'s gorgeous blooms. We are overjoyed with the photos we got back from this shoot, and can't wait to share more once the feature goes live! We really can't get enough of that horse, either. Such a beauty!

The next styled shoot, pictured above, was photographed by Cameron Ingalls out at the Justin Winery in Paso Robles, California. It looks like a french chateau and lends a romantic, european vibe to any event. We are more than obsessed with this centerpiece by the talented and local florist, April Flowers, and are fortunate to have our tabletop goods among the beauty! 

Pictured here is our ornate gold flatware, gold chargers, crystal champagne coupes, and gold-rimmed wine glasses. All available to rent for up to 200 guests! And that beautiful calligraphy is done by Rosey Calligraphy (on the mini cakes, too!).

So thank you to all our vendor friends across the central coast. None of this beauty would be possible without everyone's constant collaboration and endless creativity. 

Featured On... Hostess with the Mostess!

We are so excited to see our styled Engagement Party shoot up on Hostess with the Mostess today! They are actually announcing a revamp of their blog today- starting with our shoot! The blog is now focusing directly on it's readers and making the wonderful world of parties more accessible! HWTM will not only give you tons of fun ideas for your next event, but they'll be posting more and more DIY's so you can actually recreate all the lovely things you see!

So when they asked us to make a DIY for our plexiglass signs, we were all for it! These signs are seriously so easy to make, and really make an impact. They photograph great and really give a unique look to your party! Plus, it's super easy to erase what you've written (just a little Windex & paper towels do the trick) just incase you make a mistake.

Pop on over to the Hostess with the Mostess blog to see our full DIY and more { beautiful photos taken by our friend and photographer Cameron Ingalls }