Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Made these gorgeous glitter table numbers today with a few simple craft store items...
Found this amazing new glitter spray called Gitter Blast by Krylon at Arch. You have to get the glitter blast line, I was blown away by the saturation, coverage and sparkle!!!! I did 13 table numbers and bases with just one can.
Start with wooden craft letters from Michaels about 2.99 a letter. If you can find paper mache ones that would work too.
Hot glue the numbers onto these little wooden plaques with a beveled egde about 80 cents a plaque, also at Michaels.
Do a light to medium spray of regular gold spray paint. I just did this as a precaution so as not to use as much glitter spray. I may not have even needed this base coat, but its good for any missed spots. Once base coat dries its time for...
GLITTER!!!!! Spray on the glitter blast. The paint goes on thick and covers beautifully. It dries quickly too and doesn't shed! Seriously this is the most amazing glitter spray ever. One tip is it sprays on kinda foamy. Dont' spray too close or you get little bubbles or drips.
These would be great in letter stoo for a birthday, anniversary, new years party etc... think 2012 in glitter!!!!!
Friday, November 25, 2011
Rifle Paper Co. Thought it was a good sentiment for the season... hope you all are enjoying your holiday weekend!
Monday, November 14, 2011
Amy & Keith were one of the most delightful couples we've worked with. They and a small group of friends flew down from Canada for an intimate ceremony at Hans Fahden Winery followed by a reception at Kelham Vineyards. Their photographer, Anna Kuperberg just sent over some shots from the wedding and they are beautiful... thought we'd share this beautiful late summer wedding with you.
floral & decor : Atelier Joya
photographer : Anna Kuperberg
planner : Plum Events
venue : Hans Fahden & Kelham Vineyards
Monday, November 7, 2011
Do you remember your first kiss? The feeling of butterflies in your stomach, then the rise of your pulse and the sudden plummet as you're swept up into someone's arms... the anticipation of your lips touching, then the soft and tender kiss that follows. The feeling of a first kiss is something that is unique in its wonder. We think that when a bride sees her wedding, she should experience something akin to the feeling she gets when she first kissed her husband to be... the nervousness in anticipation, the thrill of the adventure and glimpse of all the possibilities the future holds...