This is a post I did for Project Wedding. Fresh Squeezed Lemonade favors packaged in a pretty Italian bottle (from Ikea!) These would also be really cute for a favor shower. (Plus isn’t that a cute vintage dress? Go Ebay!)
You can use wheat grass for so many things at parties and events. In this article for Project Wedding I show how to grow wheat grass and use it to hold seating cards. It is really simple and cheap! Perfect for a Spring or Summer event.
My recent Project Wedding Post just went live. Lemon Leaf Garland might be my favorite thing to decorate with. It makes everything instantly feel so festive. A florist will charge around $12/foot for this stuff but I made this 14 foot garland for $16. It takes a few hours but if you had some extra hands to help it goes quickly and is very straight forward. See all the instructions here.
Chairs + Linens etc from our friends at Abbey Party Rents.
My latest Project Wedding post is up. If you’ve read this blog any amount of time then you know I love decorating with paper. I came up with this concept to create colorful installations by sewing strips of vellum together. They are very easy to make and you can make them in any colors to match your party. They look so modern and pretty. Read all the instructions right here.
Linens and Rentals from my friends at Abbey Party Rents.
I’ve been putting together my portfolio and I have a lot of photos that never got shared so I thought it would be fun to do a few Best-Of posts. This was a concept I did for Project Wedding. I got all these bottles from BevMo (a chain here in California, where we promptly returned all the unused bottles the next day.) The shots weren’t coming together so I called my friends Brooke and Christan and asked if we could come over and shoot them. I pulled the dress and tie from their closet and we got these shots in their driveway. (The amazing dress is from BCBG a few years ago.)
Concept by and Styled by Jordan Ferney Photography by Paul Ferney
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