One of the latest and greatest things going on at JSW is an upcoming styled photoshoot. The theme?! Grunge. The photos from this shoot will be given to an illustrator for an upcoming book that will be later turned into a film!
Be sure to check back in with the results of the shoot and for more sneak peeks in to what will be an amazing story!
For more on the style of this shoot, visit our Pintrest!! Click here to look around on Jet Set Wed boards and get ideas.
Jet Set Wed has teamed up with DM Paper Designs to have a joint studio. For those of you that could not join us, we celebrated with a party we would like to call Brag Bash!!! We celebrated with yummy treats, mimosas, wine, Luminaire’s Photo booth, and DJ Chris Ceron mixing it up. Our delicious menu was catered by Websters Catering. Nikki Mayday Photography captured all of our fun moments throughout the day. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Dale with Connie Duglin linen for lending the fab linen and Party Time Rentals for the high top tables. Sue Bain, of Signature Florals, made the most creative floral pieces for the event. Praveen, of JA Makeup, was sweet enough to do mine and Debra’s makeup! We really have the most amazing vendors anyone could ask for! I hope you enjoy and definitely make an appointment to stop in and get inspired!
Jet Set Wed got the opportunity to be a part of the Naples Zoo Wild Weddings Bridal Show…
Our glammed out booth at the Naples Zoo Wild Weddings Bridal Show. Featuring flowers from Kevin From Botanicals on the Gulf and some photos of our past Jet Set Wed brides.
Our model for the evening, Roxanne (pictured bottom right), and two of my lovely interns Gina and Beth. They had the pleasure of meeting all of the wild brides that came out to the Naples Zoo Wild Weddings Bridal Show. We look forward to booking and welcoming some special ladies to our wild side:)
Corinne & Charles wanted an East meets West inspired wedding with the brides favorite color of rich reds. Corinne being Irish and Charles being Asian posed a bit of a challenge as to how to mix the two cultures together. We also had to pay respects to the couples late grandmothers whom meant a lot to them. I really wanted to incorporate all of these things while keeping the mood light yet formal. The elephant with the trunk up is a totem of good luck for Corinne’s family passed down from her grandmother and the tortoise golds a similar meaning for Charles’s grandmother which is why you will see them used throughout the design. The cake stencil was custom made and hand painted with 24karat gold by Kakes by Karen. The couple had irish dancers to bring in the Irish culture. Place cards and all stationary was designed by Debra and I from DM Paper Designs and created and printed by Debra herself. These are just photo’s from my iphone. Keep coming back to see the real photo’s and video from New Ground Photography and Waters Edge Productions.