Wednesday, September 14, 2011

fabric flag banner :: brooklyn's 1st birthday

G'morning! We're sharing the custom fabric flag banner we designed and made for Brooklyn's 1st Birthday party! The printed fabrics matched the special invitations we designed a few months ago. *When considering making a flag banner, first decide where you are going to hang it (outdoor, indoor, low, high) and then determine the size of the individual flags. Remember to measure the length of the wall! . . .(click for full post)

Monday, September 12, 2011

may+john's e-session :: by chaz cruz photography

Next month, we'll be working in beautiful Long Beach, California to coordinate Marjoriemay and John's special day. It's exciting because 1) we've booked another rad client, 2) it's our first wedding in Long Beach, and 3) it's at Hotel Maya -- a luxury boutique resort/hotel with tons of Latin and SoCal character, from the unconventional furnishings, to the abstract artwork that dresses the walls, to the gorgeous skyline of Long Beach that serves as the backdrop to the hotel. After touring the reception site a few weeks ago, we are even more pumped for the wedding. But first, we've got to share this really sweet couple's engagement session in Long Beach by Chaz Cruz, one truly talented photographer who knows how to tell a story via his photos. Aren't they one good-looking couple?! Take a peek and enjoy!

:: more photos by Chaz Cruz . . .(click for full post)

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

miss oops comes to the rescue

Just the thing you need to pack before the big day -- Miss Oops' Rescue Sponge. Selling for just $10, this dry sponge can save you from your worst nightmare! From lipstick smudges, to foundation smears, to the hideous white deodorant streak, the rescue sponge can erase them away.

Rachel was the maid of honor in her best friend, Lauren’s, wedding. In her rush to get ready, Rachel overlooked the powder that had drifted upon her beaded, lavender bridesmaid dress. Just before she was to walk down the aisle, Rachel noticed the disaster. Lauren, always prepared, whipped out a Miss Oops Rescue Sponge and wiped the powder away, erasing it from the dress. Rachel is ever grateful for Lauren and her Miss Oops Rescue Sponge that saved the day! You never know when you may find yourself or your BFF walking about with makeup powder smeared across clothing. Be proactive, have the Rescue Sponge handy in your beauty blunder artillery! -- Miss Oops
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