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I’m SO excited to get my first feature on Style Me Pretty Little Black Book Blog! Morgan Gallo Events contacted me about contributing to an inspirational shoot showcasing different styles of photography. Think New York girl meets Southern Boy for the theme. Here are some of the photos:

Photo Credits: Azelle Photography
Macaroons from Papillote
Florist: Kiwi Fleur
Venue:
 Ballroom on Broughton
Stationery: 
Emma J Design
Makeup: 
Dollface by Jules
Furniture and chairs:
 24 E
Gowns and bridesmaid dresses: 
Bleubelle Bridal Salon
Linens: 
Connie Duglin Linen
Jewelry and Accessories: Handpicked
Rentals: 
Savannah Special Events
Hair: 
Ony Salon

2 comments

  1. The Savannah Wedding Planner says

    You did an amazing job…as always! Thanks for participating..we should do it again SOON!


    July 30, 2010
  2. *Maybe* Baby ♥ Mama says

    Our journey has begun!… secretly though

    If I’ve left you this message, you’re a follower of my original blog ~OR~ just someone I’ve happened upon while sending out these invites and that I would LOVE for to come along for the ride! Though I won’t be revealing who I am just yet – until we’re TO and THROUGH the first trimester! Just getting the word out about our new site – further explanation of all the secrecy and what we’re about on my first post. I’d love for you to stop by.

    Exciting things going on around here!

    http://www.definitelymaybebaby.com

    ~ the {secret} *Maybe* Baby Mama


    August 6, 2010
Categories: wedding invitations
The sweetest bride-to-be EVER contacted me after working with BleuBelle Bridal here in Savannah. She’s a wonderful interior designer and owns Mix : Art and Interiors in St. Simons Island, Georgia. She had a swatch of vintage Waverly green/white fabric that she’s using for table linens. We used this fabric for inspiration for her save the date while incorporating pink and navy from a table scape she loved. She also wanted to incorporate a monogram/crest of some kind, but was a little hesitant since her initial is B and the groom’s is J. You can only imagine why! I love a challenge! I created the logo below which graced the cover of her tri-fold save the date and will be incorporated in her private ceremony invitations and hometown reception invitations. She’s also embroidering linens to use at the wedding! We’ll also be working on favor tags, hotel room baskets, menu cards and placecard. I think I see a published wedding in the future! Talk about branding outside the box – I love it!
Fabric for inspiration!
She loved this table scape!

One comment

  1. Amy says

    wow, amazing!


    July 22, 2010
Categories: invitations, wedding invitations
I was so excited to work on this wedding invitation with Savannah wedding planner, Tricia Huddas! The couple wanted a sense of royalty for their invitations, so we combined the crown and vintage monogram with their initials. I think they turned out fabulously! Printed on cream 100% cotton Crane paper in Gold Letterpress.


One comment

  1. Amy says

    gorgeous!


    July 21, 2010
Categories: letterpress, wedding invitations