Although it was still pretty darn cold outside on the day of Becky and Steven's wedding, the flowers were all about spring. In shades of green, white, purple, and lavender, and my favorite blooms? The tulips of course...
Hey friends, if you're a local Kansas Citian, I want you all to go grab the latest issue of INK Magazine. It's all about DIY Weddings, and features a few fun DIY tutorials by yours truly. Plus two of the brides featured on my wedding blog Middle of the Map Weddings, Valerie and Ellen, were also interviewed, and Valerie's on the cover. Hooray for hand made weddings!
And here's a few more pics of the flower tutorials I did:
So much fun! Pop on over to INK Magazine online to see it as well.
So, I already posted this on my Facebook, but I just love it soooooo much that I had to re-post for Saturday Matinee. Of course I wouldn't endorse drunk cooking, much too dangerous for a spaz like myself (I prefer a Taco Bell or McDonald's run), but the editing is pretty genius, and who doesn't like to watch drunk people acting silly?
Which reminds me, I need to get on editing another episode of "The Fountains".
I had some flowers left from a mock up for a client and decided to play around. I wanted to create an hombre effect, dark to white, but probably needed about two more colors of flowers to really make it work. Plus the flowers were actually dark purple, and lavender, but came out pink on film. Just goes to show that colors don't always translate when photographed.
I've also decided Hazel is officially my business mascot since she can't seem to stay out of any of the pictures I take of flowers.