October 4, 2010 § 1 Comment
Ashley and I participated in Arts Goggle this past Saturday and it was a ton of fun! This was a great opportunity for Ashley to have her first open house for her new studio space for Vera Green Productions. There was a steady flow of people enjoying the lovely fall night and we met a slue of wonderful Fort Worthians. Here are some pictures from the evening. (iPhone photos, sorry for the sad quality)!
Ashley made these amazing succulent arrangements – some terrariums, some in jars, some in pumpkins. They were awe-some!
Yummy homemade snacks, cheeses, and Chick Pea crackers from Artisan Baking Co. (a huge hit)! I loved Ashley’s presentation of the cheese and crackers. She took walnuts and sprinkled them over the crackers and cheese for a rustic, fall-inspired display on vintage cake stands.
I brought some of the Blue Eye Brown Eye Halloween cards along (accompanied by the cutest tiny pumpkin).
And debuted some Blue Eye Brown Eye holiday goods.
Thanks to everyone who came and visited our stop at Arts Goggle on Saturday. Keep your eyes open and ears perked for the next Arts Goggle, a truly great Southside event.
June 7, 2010 § 4 Comments
Saturday I worked a wedding for Sondra, a beautiful bride who also happens to be an Aggie (whoop)! What I loved about this wedding is that it was held at the home she grew up in in Rockwall, Texas. Their family home is on a beautiful piece of land and made for the perfect setting for a wedding. Here are a few images I snapped on the big day. Note, these are from my iPhone so they’re not all the best quality! Congrats Sondra and Jake!
Boutonnieres for the men
The band played on the back patio, and the lawn served as the dance floor. Lovely!
The happy couple!
Wildflowers, candles, and wood cuts created rustic centerpieces.
June 5, 2010 § Leave a Comment
Today I’ll be working another wedding, this one in Rockwall, TX at the family’s beautiful home. I’m excited to work this wedding because it will be all outdoors and, despite the heat, will be truly beautiful. There will be lots of fun details that Vera Green Productions has worked on and I’ll be sure to capture more photos this time as the day progresses!
Happy wedding day, Sondra and Jake!
Image from flickr, morganiscool
May 19, 2010 § 1 Comment
I wanted to share a few snapshots from the wedding Vera Green Productions worked this past Saturday. Thank goodness it did not rain because it was an outdoor ceremony and everything turned out perfectly. And Leslie, our bride, was stunning! I wish I had some better pictures, but I was running around most of the day and night and barely had time to remember to snap a photo! Good thing Anna was there as the photographer (so much fun working alongside her)!
The ceremony and reception were at Maple Manor in Uptown Dallas. Here’s the courtyard, pre-set up for the ceremony.
In lieu of having guests sign a book, they had everyone leave their thumbprint on this tree the bride made.
Dessert table with pastries from La Duni. Yum. ‘Nuf said.
The guests enjoyed a plated dinner in the Victorian style dining room. Centerpieces were made of potted plants (assembled by Ashley) in a bio-degradable container that the bride gave away to guests who had been married the longest at each table. (So sweet)!