by: Lauren

I can’t let Tuesday pass by without posting some inspiration for you! It is, after all, the unofficial Inspiration Day here on ELD! ;) This inspiration shoot is a little different than what I normally post, in that it features images from 7 different photographers! You see, this is a shoot that I styled for a photography workshop that my friend and amazing photographer Kristen Weaver was hosting. It’s not just any workshop though- it’s a workshop that 100% benefited Images For A Cure, an international event that hundreds of photographers participate in to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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The photographers who participated in the Images For A Cure workshop sent me their images from the shoot, and I put them all together for today’s feature! What I think is so cool about this is that you can see everyone’s unique shooting style through all the different images. Oh and you’ll be able to tell who the images were taken by with the watermarks on each photo. :)

Now for a little info about the shoot itself… when Kristen asked me to style the shoot, she already had the perfect open field in mind, and she knew she wanted a vintage style. We started gravitating towards pastel colors- pink, peach, golden yellow, sage green. For some reason, I immediately thought of sherbet, and we ended up using that as a sort of “theme” and design element. I became a little obsessed with spoons for this shoot, and I was determined to make some sort of spoon garland- which I ended up using as chair decor. ;) I used ribbon and lace to create a sort of “runner” on the vintage table, which ended up being perfect to add more color to whole tablescape! Okay, I think that’s enough talking about all of this- the photos should tell you all the rest! :)

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And a little “behind the scenes” of the shoot…

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And I just had to close out the post with these Polaroids that Abbey Hepner took. These are actual Polaroids that she scanned into her computer- I saw them with my own eyes! Absolutely gorgeous! She was telling me that she takes a few Polaroids  at every wedding and shoot she does to have something tangible from it. And let me tell you- I am IN LOVE with that idea! :) Vintage Sherbet Inspiration Shoot :: Images For A Cure Workshop via TheELD.com

Vintage Sherbet Inspiration Shoot :: Images For A Cure Workshop via TheELD.comSo what do you all think? I’m still very much in love with the ribbon and lace runner. :) Oh and the cake. THE CAKE. I’m obsessed with it. Like didn’t-want-to-give-it-back in love with it!

{DIY Tip: It was a little difficult to get the ribbon and lace runner to stay put, so if you wanted to do something like this for your wedding, I would recommend laying it all out to the length you want ahead of time, and either stitching them all together at both ends or even attaching them to each other using another piece of ribbon or lace.}

A big thank you to all the vendors who contributed for this shoot, Kristen for having me be a part of it, and of course all of the fabulous photographers who shared their images with us! :)

Photographers

Abbey Hepner Photography | Amalie Orrange Photography | Erin Davenport Photography |J’Adore Studios | Jillian Tree Photography | Limelight Photography

Vendors who made it all happen…

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Lauren

Founder & Editor at Every Last Detail
Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

17 responses to Vintage “Sherbet” Inspiration Shoot :: Images For A Cure Workshop

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  1. Brenda's Wedding Blog

    OMG OMG OMG Lauren – you’re styling is amazing for this shoot. I”m in love with every single details and that brides dress is amazing. The flowers are spectacular as is the cake. WOW!!!!! Loving the vintage touches and the lace throughout. GREAT JOB to all.

  2. jeni

    how lovely! I cannot wait for next year’s workshop… I am coming! xo

  3. The Perfect Palette

    that bouquet is a stunner! Love when a bouquet adds a pop of color.

  4. Abbey Hepner

    Every detail was so well thought out and blended perfectly and the sherbet was such a cute idea! I might consider getting married again just to have you style it Lauren! The colors paired well for a soft, romantic palette and the dress was indeed epic. I am so glad that I got to venture down to Florida and meet such a great group of insanely talented photographers and see the inspirational work of these vendors. Thank you so much Lauren for sharing everyone’s work :)

  5. Tali

    I love the turn out. Did want to mention though…. the gown and bridal accessories were provided by Solutions Bridal in Orlando

  6. robyn

    love this! so pretty! the polaroids are SO fun!! love the idea of something tangible, not to mention INSTANT gratification!!

  7. Erin Davenport

    I had such a wonderful time being part of this shoot! Thank you so so much for coordinating such a beautiful event for us–it was just fabulous :) I STILL can’t get over the gorgeous cake! xoxoxo

  8. tardy

    oh my gosh. what a talented group. awesome images

  9. Nicole Rene

    I love this!!!! It turned out awesome!! :)

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  13. Lotus Eyes Photography

    Such a stunning photoshoot, from a stunning group of photographers!

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