old hollywood

Another fab collaboration with She-n-He Photography and Design and Zinnia and Company!

This one was meant to feel like a glamourous Hollywood dinner party – entirely decked out in black and gold with cream accents. Shot at the Vista on Seward Hill, the whole concept was built around Frank Sinatra’s “Put Your Dreams Away.” We dressed our party hostess in a stunning gold sequined poof dress, borrowed from Gilda Grace Collections, and a pair of red Lanvin heels.  The tablescape was a classic combination of black, gold and cream including gold-painted magnolia leaves as accents (you’ll see them peeking out behind the flatware!), plenty of gold candlesticks, and lots of cream flowers by Leah of Zinnia and Company.  The paper goods had a very art deco feel from the invitation suite to the table number to the escort cards. Take a time-traveling trip to the west coast and check out the photos from the shoot!

Here is the list of the amazing participating vendors:

Event Design & Coordination – Three Apples Events www.threeapplesevents.com

Photography – She-n-He Photography and Design www.she-n-he.com/

Floral Design & Production – Zinnia and Company www.zinniaandcompany.com

Venue – The Vista on Seward Hill www.thevistaonsewardhill.com/

Invitations, Table Number, Escort Cards – She-n-He Photography and Design www.she-n-he.com/

China and Glassware – Antiquaria  www.shopantiquaria.com/

Chargers, linens, and flatware – Premiere Party Central www.austinpartycentral.com/

Dress, Jewelry, Perfume Bottle, other décor pieces – Gilda Grace Collections www.gildagracecollections.com/

Cake – Blue Note Bakery www.bluenotebakery.com/


The shoot was featured on Ruffled! See the post here: http://ruffledblog.com/art-deco-wedding-inspiration/

And we had a section featured post about the escort card display! See it here: http://ruffledblog.com/diy-vintage-tin-ceiling-board/




2 Responses to “old hollywood”
  1. Melanie says:

    Your post looks fantastic, very nice job.


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