styled shoot {backyard bachelorette luncheon}

If you’ve been reading for awhile, you will know that I’ve had my hands in a few collaborative projects during the past six months. In February, it was the Vintage Valentines inspired shoot which was featured on Style Me Pretty. Later that month I did the Shabby Sleek shoot for Nonpareil Magazine. In May I did another shoot for Nonpareil, in the form of a Marie Antoinette DIY dessert buffet.

When July rounded the bend, and it was time for another such project, this time a 1950′s inspired backyard luncheon. I teamed up with my fave photographer again, Emily Steffen, and three other amazingly talented ladies–Rachel Johnson, Dena Swenson and Maren Dalida. Together we dreamed up a backyard bachelorette luncheon with a retro twist. I styled, Emily shot, and Rachel, Dena and Maren coordinated food, papergoods, wardrobe and all the little details. It was a beautiful summer day, and we had a blast being creative together!

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The icing on the cake is that our little luncheon was featured on Wedding Chicks! Check it out, and if you’re itching to see more photos, click on over to Emily’s blog.

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Hairpieces and Jewelry – Heads Twogether |  Florals – Kissing Twolips  |  Wardrobe – Second hand and vintage  |  Styling – Bethany Hway |  Paper Elements – Dena Swenson and Rachel Johnson |  Macaroons – Sweets Bakeshop

  1. leah says:

    I have seen these shots sprinkled across the web for the last few days and I still can’t get enough!

  2. Hilary says:

    Beautifully done! I love the patriotic colors and the way the whole event screams “summer”.

  3. Wahkuna says:

    I LOVE this!!!!! Soooo lovely! Makes me wish I was there, those goodies look SO good! :-) Great job!

  4. brigid says:

    so pretty!!

  5. Chanel says:

    Very Pretty!!! I wish I was there :)

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