I had the good fortune to be invited by the fabulous event planners, Rebecca Gaffney and Mia Saling of Red Letter Days Events ( redletterdays.biz ) to participate in their photo shoot for this issue of the magazine. They partnered with Sharon of Organic Elements to create a spectacular rendering of "Romancing Through the Ages." (see below) My contribution to supply the vintage products for the tabletop fantasy was a wonderful experience. Both Rebecca and Mia, together with Sharon, led the team to design and create a dreamy tablescape that still renders me speechless.
The results of this creative labor of love are found on pages 118-119 of Exquisite Weddings current issue (exquisiteweddingsmagazine.com)
Many thanks go out to Rebecca for inviting me to be part of a great day with a great group of such talented individuals. The collaboration was a true memory maker as evidenced by the magnificent photo spread.
Magazine article and pics follow:
Romancing Through the Ages“Our table tells the story of love over time with an array of old-fashioned pieces like love letters in antique frames, apothecary jars filled with flowers, dangling ribbon-tied frames and ballet slippers. We wanted to create a Victorian shabby-chic feel with a romantic nostalgic theme,” explains Sharon Mintz and Rebecca Gaffney.
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Table designers: Sharon Mintz, Organic Elements; Rebecca Gaffney, Red Letter Days Events. Flowers: Organic Elements. Paper elements: Brightly Designed. Vintage elements: Chez Laurice. Furniture and linens: Concepts Event Design. Picture frames: Found Vintage Rentals. Lemon poppyseed cake: Chef Devin Woodall, Dining Details. Hot chocolate drinks and flavored whipped creams: Joes on the Nose.