We were so thrilled to be featured on Style Me Pretty for our photoshoot with Anne Robert Photography this week (with Holly Heider Chappel’s flowers and DIYva’s Designs invitations!) We styled this New Year’s Celebration photoshoot with a Hollywood Regency flair–think gold everything, chinoiserie, mirrored tables, and the glitz of the 50s and 60s. I know, I know, people think “Hollywood Regency” and they don’t think outside with nature, but we are all about pushing the envelope and contrasts and I’ll say that I think it worked quite well! For our color pallet we chose gold, copper, and turquoise. Why? Well gold is the usual choice for New Year’s, so we wanted to throw in a twist and push our creativity. Check out Anne’s simply incredible work.
Isn’t she stunning?
Aren’t these florals incredible? Holly outdoes herself every time.
For the table, I wanted to create an unusual table runner to tie in the Hollywood Regency theme and and decided to gold-bomb some sticks (with gold floral spray paint, of course) and turned them into a runner. The candles were votives that I painted with transclusent gold paint to give them that glow factor. For the place settings, I wanted to contrast the copper and gold, so my team took glass plate chargers and hand-covered them in copper-leaf. If you haven’t experimented with copper-leaf, I highly recommend it!
We painted those pinecones too!
Another amazing bouquet made my Holly Heider Chappel. And isn’t this model’s hair and make up unreal??! Major kudos to Hair by Jewels and Aime Decker Make Up! PS. I want to steal her lipstick
Lovely cake made by Kendall’s Cake’s . That is our stunning mirror end table, too.
And the music begins! Isn’t he so cute??
Here is a list of our beautiful vendors
Photography: Anne Robert Photography— www.
Design and Props: Something Vintage Rentals–www.
Makeup artist: www.amiedeckerbeauty.
Hair: Julie Jackson www.hairbyjewels.com
Gowns: Claire Pettibone and Rivini from Hannelores of Olde Town–www.hannelores.com
Cake: Kendall’s Cakes–http://www.
Invitations: Sugar Taylor of Diyva Designs http://www.
Instruments: House of Musical Traditions–http://www.hmtrad.