Tuesday, October 11, 2011

I need a photographer

to tuck in my bag when I set up weddings.  Sunday's set up was long and intense, but it was a success.
Jeffrey of JMVisuals was there from New York, working quickly and brilliantly to set up props the bride had shipped to the Audobon Society's Habitat in Belmont. It was great to be a bit under someone else's direction.  We tried to take photos.  I'll share what I have.

The first one is in the shop early Sunday morning.


This is Melody's container.


They wanted a half chuppah.  She sent me a photo.


We made it similar, but with her Juliet roses and olive and fiddlehead fern.  Jeffrey suggested the wild rose hips wound around the poles.

I have one good photo of the interior of the Habitat.  Jeffrey decorated the shelf with cattle skulls and
other natural 'found' objects: the wasps nest is ours.

Gillian took lots of photos of the  mantles.



This was the interior of a curio case brought by the bride.

Thankfully, the Photographers at Avenna Studios are going to share their photos in a few months.

Moving on to the details of the next wedding at the Harvard Club that I'm also looking forward to!

10 comments:

flwrjane said...

Okay maybe coolest wedding ever?

Flowers look fantabulous.

Where's my tshirt?

xoxo J.

helen tilston said...

Looks beautiful and no doubt a very special wedding

An Urban Cottage said...

Bagging groceries, prop rental and flower photographs.

Very cool wedding!

Bow Street Flowers said...

Steve! Wanna take photos at the Harvard Club!
Jane, specific t shirt request noted!
Helen, it was a 'vision' wedding and everyone hired was hired because they 'got'the vision,

Jen of Country Weekend said...

Very cool--love the nature theme.

marlowe said...

Wow, Shelley, I sooo wish I could have been there taking pictures (and you know I'm not a photographer!). I'm glad it all came together so beautifully.

Falls Flowers said...

AWESOME. Love the half chuppah. Love the props. Can't wait to see the rest of the pictures! xox

The Monkey Flower Group said...

Gorgeous!

flowers on my table said...

What an unusual wedding, with all the curio's. I am sure it was a great talking point for the guests. I am so like you with the photographing thing. I almost always forget. Your flowers are really stunning. Very well done! Have a great weekend, love Linda x

Bow Street Flowers said...

Jen- nature was definitely the theme!
Marlowe- all the way from the north most point of Maine! Thanks!
Peicha-I'm going to try and forget about the long wait for photos!
Jaime, thank you!
Linda- I'm so looking forward to a quiet weekend! Thank you for visiting!