We were so excited to see this great wedding, that we were a part of this past fall, featured on Style Me Pretty on Monday. Check out the full post here.
The photos we featured yesterday from Jen Huang’s workshop were just the beginning. Here is a little peek at the second portion of the shoot we put together for it. We are obsessed with the amazing hair from Stacy at Styles on B and the gorgeous makeup from Kerry Makeup. See the full feature on Snippet & Ink.
We are always thrilled when we get to be a part of Jen Huang’s photography workshops. We have such fun working with her and watching her teach! Here is a little taste of our latest collaboration. You can see the rest today on 100 Layer Cake.
In other exciting news…
Jen is also announcing the launch of her Workshop in a box! Now photographers everywhere can get in on her inspiring teachings. 100 Layer Cake is offering 10% of with the code Cakelet. Make sure to check it out and get your copy here!
I have some issues with The First Dance. I imagine it’s a bit intimidating to dance in front of everybody, I have only enough coordination to get me safely down the aisle. But then again if you want your wedding guests to dance you might have to set the example. Then there’s the pressure to dance to your song. What if you don’t have a song, or worse, you have a song… but it’s just… not right to make first dance memories with. While choosing this or this can be… sentimental, I can’t get it out of my head that your song should be fun. And please don’t actually pick Your Song.
“This Must Be the Place” is the best song in the world. Period. Whenever it comes on the radio it never fails that somebody in the room says, “Oh I LOVE this song”.
I don’t know anybody who doesn’t like Dolly…
Or Tina for that matter. People can’t help but dance to this. The real goal is a song that the crowd will watch you dance to for the first half and feel compelled to join for the second. So pick a song you both love and get the party moving.
Happy Friday everyone! We hope you have something fabulous planned for this gorgeous weekend we have ahead of us. If you have some extra time, why not pull out the old pen and paper and send a loved one a note. Slap on one of these seed packet forever stamps and voila you have a lovely little piece of mail. These would be perfect for wedding invitations too!
We are so excited about the new ‘Wild Medicine’ exhibition going on at the NYBG. The show opens on the 18th of this month and runs through September. With information on how plants are used by a a diverse group of cultures for everything from medicine to cosmetics, it is sure to be a super fascinating exhibit. I for one can’t wait. Click here for more information about ‘Wild Medicine’ and all of the cool events happening at the NYBG.
The other day Juliet was talking about wearing a dress made from paper… have you every heard of such a thing? Apparently in the late 60′s paper dresses were a huge fad. Designed as a promotional product for paper companies like Scott, paper dresses were relatively cheaply priced often came with a coupon for household paper goods.
A flower thief is running wild in Northwest Washington and he can’t be stopped! Flowers from lilacs to peonies are being violated and often yanked straight from their roots. You have to check out this story posted in the NY Times recently.