Thursday, July 3, 2014

Mid Century Modern Wedding - Midwest

What an exciting day!   Style Me Pretty – Midwest has shared a gorgeous styled wedding shoot that I worked on this past August.   Together with some pretty amazing wedding vendors here in Omaha, we  put together a Mid Century-Mod inspired wedding photo shoot.   Once of the best things about styling a ‘make believe’ wedding?  The ‘bride’ didn't have to worry or care about what it looked like (well actually she did.  She is an amazing interior designer that helped with the pre-shoot styling, but once onsite, she just got to have fun with her hubby, yep, believe it or not that happy couple really is married).   Could we have asked for a more beautiful couple to tell the story of such a stylish wedding?

Here are a few images that I am most proud of, featuring nothing but some super mod Inkblot Paper designs. (Yes, your eyes don’t deceive you, I did indeed print on real wood veneer using just a color laser printer!)  Click Here for the full gallery to see more at Style Me Pretty.

A big thanks to
-Carrie Dayton Events for bringing us all together and being the best producer and photo director
-Geoff Johnson for capturing all the beauty so we could share it with the world
the guys at Hutch for being inspiration for the shoot and lugging furniture out to the country to set the stage
-Tracey with Florals Etcetera for being so intuitive to create the perfect flowers to add such beautiful colors to the scene
-Courtney with Modern Hive for her pre-shoot styling and to her hubby for being such a good sport and a good looking model to boot
-Jocelyn at Ready or Knot for bringing beautiful dresses and a great personality
-Hilda (yes she only needs one name) who is one an amazing hair stylist that not only did the hair at this styled shoot, but my own wedding hair almost 9 years ago
-The Chocolate Bar for that amazing Cake

And last, but certainly not least, to my mother-in-law and father-in-law for letting us wander and create vignettes all over their property to set the scene so perfectly.  

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