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Styled Wedding: Sole Repair Shop

Color POP - ugh so in love!! Perfect way to say goodbye to summer!
Melissa at Bright Side Events had a vision to incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year (Living Coral) with bold colors, textures and patterns! I am still blown away with how it all came together!
For this shoot, I created a two sided, coral and citrus inspired, modern invitation suite complete with a geometric envelope liner! Fun fact - my inspiration for this envelope liner came from the new fireplace tile we installed during our basement remodel. Guest names were handwritten on top of clear acrylic charger plates that doubled as place cards! They were the perfect touch to accompany the black + velvet place setting from CORT Party Rental’s! The for the welcome sign, I used white acrylic with black ink to create a modern and minimal design!
Sole Repair Shop was the perfect back drop for this modern and bright shoot! Leah Erickson Floral made the tables pop with her ombre centerpiece and Saltadena brought the modern with her single tiered square cake! And for a true modern check out this brides jumpsuit + cape from The Dress Theory! Lets not forget Brittany Hyatt who captured it all!
Check out this shoot featured on Wedding Chicks - complete blog post here!! Also - please make your way to the bottom of the page to check out the full list of amazing vendors that came together to make this happen (they are all so great!!)!! None of this would be possible without a dream team of vendors!

“Color is the power which directly influences the soul.”

Ready to add some life into your wedding stationery? Let’s pop open some champagne and make it happen!


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