Hi lovelies! Our favorite decor piece we have, Grace just got a facelift. Unfortunately, she was damaged last fall and needed to be reupholstered. While we loved the velvet blush, we decided to mix it up and do grey linen. We hope you love it as much as we do. Excuse the iPhone pics until we get new ones!
We think finding a venue is a lot like finding a house. You have something in your head and sometimes it can be hard to find in reality. Which is why whenever a new venue pops up, we get so excited. Especially when that venue is as cool as this one! We recently toured this new Denver venue: Moss and brought the talented Connie Whitlock along to document how gorgeous the space is. What we love about it: the exposed wood, brick, abundance of gorgeous chandeliers, industrial feel, and close proximity to downtown.
See for yourself:
It you are looking for a venue for your wedding, be sure to set up a tour of this lovely space.
Meet out newest addition! Grace, named after the sweetest old lady we bought her from. Grace has just been recovered with lovely blush velvet fabric. She would be perfect in a lounge area and make for some lovely bride groom photos!
A BIG thanks to Connie Dai Photography for the lovely photos.
And also this one (still haven’t figured out a name- taking suggestions):
She might look familiar to you. It’s because she looks an awful lot like Ruby:
We have Ruby for a long time and while she was our favorite piece she was getting a little beat up. So we found one just like her 🙂
We also had a couple cake plates break this summer which is always sad. But it gave us a chance to pick out some new ones:
We just added this awesome cornhole set to our inventory! Cornhole is a classic backyard game that is great fun for your guests during wedding cocktail hour. This cornhole game is made entirely of reclaimed North American wood and hand crafted in Colorado. They come with cute burlap and linen bags that would fit any style!
the croquet set
or the antique bowling set
Leave a comment to help us decide!!
Beyond excited to share this shoot we designed being featured on Reverie Magazine!! It is so different than any of our previous designs and we are so proud! The inspiration for this shoot was texture..subtle yet romantic and elegant.
We didn’t want to overwhelm the look with color, so we went with a more subtle palette of whites, creams, blush pinks and peaches. Our model wore a stunning silk chiffon gown, appropriately named Grace, by Australian designer Anna Campbell, which features a delicately beaded sleeve and was a perfect contrast to the other textures in the shoot.
From Bare Root Flora “Flowers were a integral piece of the layered look we wanted. We adore the velvety softness and lines of the protea, the ruffles of the ranunculus and the parrot tulips, the depth of the andromeda, the lush delicate nature of the lilac and the open, sweet nature of the anemone, not to mention the contrast of its gorgeous navy eye against all the whites and blush pinks. The perfect finishing touch was the porcelain magnolia blooms–something we’d never used in design before. We loved how the centerpiece looked sitting on the incredible linen from La Tavola–although subtle in color, its layered rosette and circle patterns added so much to the tablescape.”
and making it debut..our texture fabric backdrop. Imagine this behind your cake or guestbook table!
Hope you enjoyed this shoot as much as we did! A big thanks to everyone involved:
Styling & Design: A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals // Flowers: Bare Root Flora // Photographer:Laura Murray Photography // Wedding Dress: Grace by Anna Campbell available at Felice Bridal // Model: Cindy Yan // Hair: Hilary Hackney // Make-up: Dina Bree // Venue: McNichols Civic Center Building // Linen: La Tavola //Porcelain Flowers: BHLDN