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                        [post_content] => The Inspire Workshop’s styled shoot did more than inspire; it ignited artistry, creativity, and courage. Photographers got a chance to jump in and get their hands on the styling of this shoot. And thanks to the collaboration of many, we’re shown that wedding imagination truly has no bounds.
    
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    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
    The contributors of this shoot bring the outside in with the inclusion of lots of added greenery. They create an organic feeling with tall potted plants placed on the floor and a leafy branch hung on the wall.
    
    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
    Two bridesmaids are styled in long dresses in complementary pastels and hold smaller, but similar bouquets.
    
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    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
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    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
    The cake is a bold creation with its dark blue focus. Blue and white buttercreams are mixed together to cover the tiers, while the tops both drip with blue icing Each tier is garnished with tiny macaroons, blackberries, and blueberries.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    For even more delicious decadence, a tray of marbled candies is an attractive treat.
    
    wedding shoot
    
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    wedding shoot
    
    The bride and her bridesmaids accessorize with floral crowns and the bride dons a dark wine-colored lipstick to tie in the ambiance of the shoot.
    
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    The photographers at The Inspire Workshop harnessed their own unique visions to create a breathtaking and bold styled shoot. With the same starting point, they all put a singular spin on the style, making for a multi-faceted look that sets it apart. Get inspired and get the creative juices flowing – although blackberry and blueberry are both quite amazing as we can see.
    
    Photography: Jessica Watson Photography
    Venue: Fox and Finch
    Planning: Arielle Fera Events
    Florals: Allium floral design- Sarah Petry K
    Cake & desserts: Love bites by Erika
    Bridal Dress shoppe: Jennifers Bridal
    Calligraphy: The Lovely Scribe
    Paper/strong> Hudson Paperie
    Paper flowers: The Paper Petal Shoppe
    Candles: Creative Candles
    Brides Maid Dress Shop: Bella Bridesmaids- Meredith ( Philly Meredith)
    Shimmer and spice: Kristyn April
    Hair: Katrina hair
    Jewelry Lauren Priori
    Silk Ribbon: Silk and Willow
    Ring Box: Mrs.Box
    Models: Ralla,Allie,Ashlyn
    Dresses: Hayley Paige
    Sponsors: Philly in Love
    Lab: The Find Lab
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                        [post_content] => Once in a while, life gives you a second chance and this elopement at the Painted Desert in Arizona was one couple’s chance at a dream wedding. Married young with a tight wedding budget, their friend, a photographer no less, was eager to capture their gorgeous elopement that was as colorful and romantic as the rock formations themselves.
    
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    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
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    styled shoot
    
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    styled shoot
    
    This is a beautiful pair of friends basking in a wonderful moment.
    
    styled shoot
    
    The officiant keeps it simple and casual with a buttoned white shirt and khakis. He stands beside a wooden table holding a modest flower arrangement to mark the ceremony spot.
    
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
    With the sun peeking through the rock formations and casting a gentle glow on the group, the two said “I do” once again and shared a kiss.
    
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
    Since they couldn’t capture professional photos for their first wedding, the couple enjoyed taking their time and soaking in every second in front of the lens. Moments of joy, reflection, and affection are shared as they walk hand in hand.
    
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
    The small reception scene gains inspiration from the florals and offers a generous dose of color in the desert.
    
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
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    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
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    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    
    Never give up on your chance for the wedding of your dreams. Whether you’re walking down the aisle the first time or giving it a shot again, curate the ideas that speak to your heart and the memories will take care of themselves – today, tomorrow, and always.
    
    Photographer: Sarah Beasley
    Florist: ButterflyPetals (Mandi Johnson)
    Rentals: FancyLou (Lindsay Ekstrom)
    Film Lab: Photovision Prints
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                [post_content] => The Inspire Workshop’s styled shoot did more than inspire; it ignited artistry, creativity, and courage. Photographers got a chance to jump in and get their hands on the styling of this shoot. And thanks to the collaboration of many, we’re shown that wedding imagination truly has no bounds.
    
    Set in the photography studio at Fox and Finch in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this styled shoot centers on gorgeous flowing florals, an aesthetically amazing space, delightful berries, and deliciously beautiful desserts.
    
    From the start, the invitation suite is whimsical and dreamy thanks to the combination of white and navy blue colors. Gold scripting gives it just the right hint of shine and is a prelude to the metallic décor to come.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The bouquet incorporates a lot of dusty blue, purple, and green tones. The creation is tied with mismatched light blue ribbons and is displayed so beautifully on an ornate chair.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The contributors of this shoot bring the outside in with the inclusion of lots of added greenery. They create an organic feeling with tall potted plants placed on the floor and a leafy branch hung on the wall.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The bride's beautiful red hair is styled down and pinned up only on one side. She wears a strapless gown with an ornate beaded bodice and clutches the alluring bouquet in front of her.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    Two bridesmaids are styled in long dresses in complementary pastels and hold smaller, but similar bouquets.
    
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    
    For a modern and artistic interpretation, some of the décor included geometric shapes and lots of metallic gold. The beautiful glass card box sits alongside navy blue tapers and a small gold ring box, and all are atop a vintage gold table.
    
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    
    With the eye-popping metallics of the rest of the shoot, the designers keep the tablescape as natural as possible. A long, natural wooden table is adorned with heaping flower centerpieces that make for quite the conversation piece. The tablescape beckons for guests to grab their seats and chat.
    
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    
    Each place setting includes a small macaroon, mismatched plates in dark and light hues, unique flatware and a napkin tied with a paper flower.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    A contemporary spin on the classic menu card is this clear menu written with gold scripting.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    Small trays of desserts and berries are also placed about the table for an easy-to-grab and gorgeous sweet treat.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The dessert table isn't a table at all, but actually a sofa! Set up on a small wooden platform, the wine-colored sofa holds small treats in gold boxes, small cakes atop gold vases, and of course, a magnificent wedding cake.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The cake is a bold creation with its dark blue focus. Blue and white buttercreams are mixed together to cover the tiers, while the tops both drip with blue icing Each tier is garnished with tiny macaroons, blackberries, and blueberries.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    For even more delicious decadence, a tray of marbled candies is an attractive treat.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    Candlelight from a collection of tall tapers and light floral blooms scattered about the design balance out the dark colors and bring the space to life.
    
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    
    The bride and her bridesmaids accessorize with floral crowns and the bride dons a dark wine-colored lipstick to tie in the ambiance of the shoot.
    
    wedding shoot
    
    The photographers at The Inspire Workshop harnessed their own unique visions to create a breathtaking and bold styled shoot. With the same starting point, they all put a singular spin on the style, making for a multi-faceted look that sets it apart. Get inspired and get the creative juices flowing – although blackberry and blueberry are both quite amazing as we can see.
    
    Photography: Jessica Watson Photography
    Venue: Fox and Finch
    Planning: Arielle Fera Events
    Florals: Allium floral design- Sarah Petry K
    Cake & desserts: Love bites by Erika
    Bridal Dress shoppe: Jennifers Bridal
    Calligraphy: The Lovely Scribe
    Paper/strong> Hudson Paperie
    Paper flowers: The Paper Petal Shoppe
    Candles: Creative Candles
    Brides Maid Dress Shop: Bella Bridesmaids- Meredith ( Philly Meredith)
    Shimmer and spice: Kristyn April
    Hair: Katrina hair
    Jewelry Lauren Priori
    Silk Ribbon: Silk and Willow
    Ring Box: Mrs.Box
    Models: Ralla,Allie,Ashlyn
    Dresses: Hayley Paige
    Sponsors: Philly in Love
    Lab: The Find Lab
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    Photography Workshop in Bethlehem PA

    July 26, 2016
    wedding shoot

    The Inspire Workshop’s styled shoot did more than inspire; it ignited artistry, creativity, and courage. Photographers got a chance to jump in and get their hands on the styling of this shoot. And thanks to the collaboration of many, we’re shown that wedding imagination truly has no bounds.

    Set in the photography studio at Fox and Finch in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this styled shoot centers on gorgeous flowing florals, an aesthetically amazing space, delightful berries, and deliciously beautiful desserts.

    From the start, the invitation suite is whimsical and dreamy thanks to the combination of white and navy blue colors. Gold scripting gives it just the right hint of shine and is a prelude to the metallic décor to come.

    wedding shoot

    The bouquet incorporates a lot of dusty blue, purple, and green tones. The creation is tied with mismatched light blue ribbons and is displayed so beautifully on an ornate chair.

    wedding shoot

    The contributors of this shoot bring the outside in with the inclusion of lots of added greenery. They create an organic feeling with tall potted plants placed on the floor and a leafy branch hung on the wall.

    wedding shoot

    The bride’s beautiful red hair is styled down and pinned up only on one side. She wears a strapless gown with an ornate beaded bodice and clutches the alluring bouquet in front of her.

    wedding shoot

    Two bridesmaids are styled in long dresses in complementary pastels and hold smaller, but similar bouquets.

    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot

    For a modern and artistic interpretation, some of the décor included geometric shapes and lots of metallic gold. The beautiful glass card box sits alongside navy blue tapers and a small gold ring box, and all are atop a vintage gold table.

    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot

    With the eye-popping metallics of the rest of the shoot, the designers keep the tablescape as natural as possible. A long, natural wooden table is adorned with heaping flower centerpieces that make for quite the conversation piece. The tablescape beckons for guests to grab their seats and chat.

    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot

    Each place setting includes a small macaroon, mismatched plates in dark and light hues, unique flatware and a napkin tied with a paper flower.

    wedding shoot

    A contemporary spin on the classic menu card is this clear menu written with gold scripting.

    wedding shoot

    Small trays of desserts and berries are also placed about the table for an easy-to-grab and gorgeous sweet treat.

    wedding shoot

    The dessert table isn’t a table at all, but actually a sofa! Set up on a small wooden platform, the wine-colored sofa holds small treats in gold boxes, small cakes atop gold vases, and of course, a magnificent wedding cake.

    wedding shoot

    The cake is a bold creation with its dark blue focus. Blue and white buttercreams are mixed together to cover the tiers, while the tops both drip with blue icing Each tier is garnished with tiny macaroons, blackberries, and blueberries.

    wedding shoot

    For even more delicious decadence, a tray of marbled candies is an attractive treat.

    wedding shoot

    Candlelight from a collection of tall tapers and light floral blooms scattered about the design balance out the dark colors and bring the space to life.

    wedding shoot
    wedding shoot

    The bride and her bridesmaids accessorize with floral crowns and the bride dons a dark wine-colored lipstick to tie in the ambiance of the shoot.

    wedding shoot

    The photographers at The Inspire Workshop harnessed their own unique visions to create a breathtaking and bold styled shoot. With the same starting point, they all put a singular spin on the style, making for a multi-faceted look that sets it apart. Get inspired and get the creative juices flowing – although blackberry and blueberry are both quite amazing as we can see.

    Photography: Jessica Watson Photography
    Venue: Fox and Finch
    Planning: Arielle Fera Events
    Florals: Allium floral design– Sarah Petry K
    Cake & desserts: Love bites by Erika
    Bridal Dress shoppe: Jennifers Bridal
    Calligraphy: The Lovely Scribe
    Paper/strong> Hudson Paperie
    Paper flowers: The Paper Petal Shoppe
    Candles: Creative Candles
    Brides Maid Dress Shop: Bella Bridesmaids– Meredith ( Philly Meredith)
    Shimmer and spice: Kristyn April
    Hair: Katrina hair
    Jewelry Lauren Priori
    Silk Ribbon: Silk and Willow
    Ring Box: Mrs.Box
    Models: Ralla,Allie,Ashlyn
    Dresses: Hayley Paige
    Sponsors: Philly in Love
    Lab: The Find Lab

    Painted Desert AZ Wedding Elopement

    July 25, 2016
    styled shoot

    Once in a while, life gives you a second chance and this elopement at the Painted Desert in Arizona was one couple’s chance at a dream wedding. Married young with a tight wedding budget, their friend, a photographer no less, was eager to capture their gorgeous elopement that was as colorful and romantic as the rock formations themselves.

    The casual and carefree nature of this invitation suite is endearing and thoughtful. The handwritten script and the delicate brush strokes of pastel colors embody the beauty of the location.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    The colors of this shoot were exquisite. Perfect for the light colors of the environment, the bride holds a bouquet bursting with berry-colored flowers amid a bed of greenery. And to coordinate, she sports a berry-colored lip.

    With her hair softly curled, she dons a veil that wraps her shoulders. It coordinates wonderfully with her strapless A-line gown.

    styled shoot

    Her dear friend joins her in a pale blue illusion lace gown. She, too, wears a striking lip color to match the dark flowers in her bouquet.

    styled shoot

    This is a beautiful pair of friends basking in a wonderful moment.

    styled shoot

    The officiant keeps it simple and casual with a buttoned white shirt and khakis. He stands beside a wooden table holding a modest flower arrangement to mark the ceremony spot.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    With the sun peeking through the rock formations and casting a gentle glow on the group, the two said “I do” once again and shared a kiss.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    Since they couldn’t capture professional photos for their first wedding, the couple enjoyed taking their time and soaking in every second in front of the lens. Moments of joy, reflection, and affection are shared as they walk hand in hand.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    The small reception scene gains inspiration from the florals and offers a generous dose of color in the desert.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    Red vintage glassware, gold flatware, gold candlesticks, and a centerpiece are just the start. The entire tablescape rests on a piece of wood floating in the air by four large rocks. What a clever and inventive way to tie in the location.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    Veil or no veil, the bride looks utterly classic and picturesque in this gorgeous desert landscape. The inclusion of such bold colors amid the natural tones of the desert is eye-catching and attractive.

    styled shoot
    styled shoot
    styled shoot

    Never give up on your chance for the wedding of your dreams. Whether you’re walking down the aisle the first time or giving it a shot again, curate the ideas that speak to your heart and the memories will take care of themselves – today, tomorrow, and always.

    Photographer: Sarah Beasley
    Florist: ButterflyPetals (Mandi Johnson)
    Rentals: FancyLou (Lindsay Ekstrom)
    Film Lab: Photovision Prints

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