When I first met Julie Read of Juju's Tutu's, I immediately felt a connection. She is beautiful and sweet, just like her adorable dress designs. A busy Mom, a savy business woman, and a very talented designer, I can't wait to see where she takes her business next.
The venue search for this shoot was "guided", and by that I mean, we didn't know where we were shooting until 2 weeks before the shoot. I'm not sure how Julie found The Felch House Inn, but this was definitely where we were supposed to be shooting. With an elegant, vintage, romantic theme, there was no better place to shoot! This venue has been recently listed and was renovated over the last few years into a gorgeous garden setting. Located in the Historic Roosevelt district, this beautiful 1920's home was a mansion in it's day. Becky and her husband have kept it's charming history in tact and added a lush, romantic garden setting for weddings, luncheons, and cocktail parties.
All of the vendors involved were so wonderful to work with. I've listed them all below this post and hope to work with them again very soon. I will be recommending them all to my brides, as there couldn't be a better group to work with. Below are just a few of the beautiful vintage jewelry and custom hairpieces featured.
I featured a Peach Bellini Bar complete with cake pops and canned peach favors. My favorite detail of this little signature drink bar was the vintage button threaded onto each little mason jar with plain twine.
Event Designer: Angela Saban Design
Photographer: Diana Elizabeth
Venue: The Felch House Inn
Makeup: Aeni Domme
Hair: Vonn Wynn
Cake: Angel Cakes Bakery
Dress Designer: Uptown Bridal & Boutique
Flowers: The Garage by Ivy
Jewelry: Twice Loved Vintage (the bridal jewelry)
Veil or Hair Accessories: Posh a la Mode
Flower Girl Jewelry: 51st Ave. Designs
Wooden Signs: My Soul Speak
Parasols & Aisle Runner :BellaAisleRunners
Flower Girl Tutus: Juju’s Tutus