If you missed it then, no worries....I recorded it on my vcr for you (wink).
My how my hair has changed.
Fast forward to today and you'll see me featured in a blog post on Elizabeth Anne Designs! Last month I joined forces with a fabulous team of people to bring a Hunger Games inspired wedding shoot to life. Today I am able to show you a few extra images from the shoot that feature one of my paintings....with a twist.
Can you see the lines through the painting?
The painting was printed out into place cards for our faux wedding! When all of the cards were removed...
Voila! I wrote/drew this wording and design on a board with a chalkboard marker. I love this idea of having a "painting" revel something sentimental.
It's amazing how far I've come in a year....being on tv to working with blockbuster movies! Ok, slight exaggeration, but it's still early in the year.
The following vendors contributed to this shoot:
Wedding Planner - Naturally Yours Events \ Photographer - Anthony Barlich Photography \ Bridal Gown, black - Mignonette Bridal \ Bridal Gown, red - Lovey by Isha \ Florist - Pistil and Vine \ Pastries - The Bleeding Heart Bakery \ Cakes - Lutz Cafe \ Cheese Wheel Cake - Marion Street Cheese Market \ Platters - Dinner Party Shop\ Stationery - Julie Hanan Design \ Painting - Reenie Rose \ Makeup Artist - Makeup Your Beauty \ Hair Stylist - Debbie Petrielli \ Jewelry – Available at Mignonette Bridal \ Mensware – Humble Collective, available at Mignonette Bridal \ Models – Jamie Henderson of Lily’s Talent Agency and Eli Kurtz \ Pallet tables - The Home Depot \ Venue – Forest Preserve