Simply bachelorette tea party.

There are several important parts to the process of getting engaged and then planning a wedding. One of them is a bachelorette party. It can be as liberal or sophisticated as the bride, but most important thing is for it to be memorable. This styled shoot for a bachelorette party was inspired by a low tea party. Shot in the desert, we were all freezing by the end of the shoot, but we had so much fun :-) The color palette for the shoot was navy blue and yellow, which meant lemons and blueberries as the centerpiece, ice cubes frozen with blueberries in them, navy blue rentals and sparkling water in navy blue bottles. The invitation to the party was in the form of a muslin tea bag, with the invitation itself inside of it. The place cards were lemons with guests' names written on them. The card box rested on a set of four suite cases, older than the world. The menu was framed beautifully, listing all of the sweets and savories, tea infused cocktails and teas. Our model wore a dress from the latest collection by Beane and Company.      
















This styled shoot was made possible thanks to the following vendors: 

Styling and stationary
Details by Oksana
Oksana Lanis

Photography
L Milan Photopraphy

Baker/candies
Superfine Bakery

Rentals
The Vintage Table Co.
Kathy Le Backes
310.210.9298
www.thevintageco.com
thevintagetableco@gmail.com

Dress
Beane & Company
Jenna Lang
310.910.0179
www.beaneandco.com
contact@beaneandco.com

Make up artist

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2 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of it all. The fact that it isn't raunchy, means that you could actually recycle the design and make it your own signature one for all your other events. Quite cool!

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