Friday, March 29, 2013

Off White Wedding Show

A few weeks ago, I got to do my first wedding show. It was so much fun, but a ton of work! The show was sponsored by Brea Photography and featured vendors catering to brides and groom that prefer a more down to earth, personal feel to their wedding. Perfect for me!
I had a 5x5 space to fill, so I used a few tables and even built and sewed a backdrop to make everything pretty. I made cookies to display and about 500, 1-inch cookies to hand out as samples. I was still decorating them the day of the show, my hand was definitely cramping for a few days!



Isn't it pretty? I'm pretty happy with it, considering it was my first show. I got some awesome ideas from other vendors for next year too. Hopefully, I'll be a little more prepared, I was scrambling pretty hard to get everything done in the few days before the show.

A few of my favorites from my display:


White, black and red collection. Could be done in any colors, but I love the way these pop.

This could be used as a display for cookie favors or an edible centerpiece!


Brush embroidery is one of my favorite techniques. So elegant.

This henna inspired design is very popular.
Lace is always appropriate for a wedding.



I love this hand-painted design, so much fun!

I also loved painting these roses. Very relaxing.
An ombre design inspired by the amazingly talented SweetAmbs!

























Silver and yellow chevron monogram


Lip and mustache cookies as photo booth props!

Here they are in action! FUN!

Special thanks to Brea and Jessica for giving me the chance to be a part of this awesome event!

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