Earlier this season I was approached by Devin Brown, owner of Fleur + Stitch, to participate in a styled shoot being held at The Commons in Topsfield, Massachusetts. When Devin described the color palette and design concept to me, I thought participating in this shoot was a no-brainer! Brides this season are very attracted to marble tones, rich burgundy colors, and gorgeous venues. But who isn't really?!
When designing the invitation suite for this shoot, I wanted to incorporate a backdrop layer of marble onto a luxurious 240# cover stock (the weight and thickness of a coaster) and hand paint the edges in a copper finish. I finished the look with stunning hand-dyed silk ribbon from FrouFrou Chic and a beautiful cipria color inner envelope, complete with a coordinating copper envelope liner, and lush burgundy RSVP envelope. With whimsical fonts, this invitation suite has elegance and sophistication written all over it!
The day was filled with absolutely impressive floral arrangements, and a hand cut/assembled paper floral arch way. The bride modeled the most perfect gown with lace back, and finishing touches were not left undone. All was captured by the incredibly talented, Catherine Threlkeld Photography.
The shoot came together perfectly with a very talented team of vendors, and the end results of this gorgeous shoot landed itself a feature on the blog, Borrow and Blue. Very honored to be a part of this gorgeous production!
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Styling & Flowers: @fleurandsitch