Opolo Vineyard Styled Shoot

This styled shoot at Opolo Vineyards in California, is a knockout and features everything that people love about fall. The colors are rich and bold, and every last detail was planned out beautifully. Ali, with Sixpence Wedding Planning & Design did a lovely job styling everything and Mason and Megan's photos are stunning. Yesterday, it was featured on 100 Layer Cake. Head over to their website to view the full gallery and list of vendors. In the mean time, enjoy some of this gorgeous photos of the calligraphy place cards I did!

Romantic Vineyard Styled Wedding Shoot

A couple months ago I was asked by Laura Hernandez Photography if I would help create some items for a vineyard styled shoot at Talbott Vineyards, in California, that she was creating. Laura and her daughter, who I met at the Bloom Workshop, are the sweetest so I of course said yes. I finally just got around to downloading some of the images to share with you all and I LOVE them, she did such a great job! 

There were many vendors from the day that contributed including the following:
Invitation/Menus/Place cards/Chair signs http://www.ktmichelledesigns.com/
Horses: Medicine Wheel Ranch (no website)

Here are some of my favorites that I thought you would all enjoy!

Vineyard Styled Shoot With Laura Hernandez Photography

When I attended the Bloom Workshop in California, I met the sweetest mother/daughter photography team who take photos in the Monterey/Bay area but are always willing to travel! Check out their website!

They were asked to do a styled shoot (not a real wedding, a dreamed up one) at a local winery. Laura was kind enough to ask if I would design and take care of the details for the shoot and I of course said, yes! 

The theme was centered around Pantone's color of the year, Marsala. You will see shades and variations of it throughout the shoot and also lots of greenery with touches of gold (my favorite). I boxed off the items and shipped them down to California for the other vendors to play with and style. 

I can't wait to see Laura's pictures and how everything turned out! In the mean time, you will have to enjoy a couple of the photos I took before sending everything off!