Friday, September 11, 2015

Inspiration Photoshoot with Firefly Vintage Rentals, R Wedding House and Fleurie



What do you get when three creative lady boss business owners get together to brainstorm? A creative and fun day of styling flowers and unique rental items put together all in a tranquil setting. 

The grounds at R Wedding House in Dinuba, CA are so lush and pretty, even with our hot dry summers here in Central California. The venue owners take great care to make their place look picture perfect whenever you visit there. Many cozy vignettes are available for the perfect portrait, or that first kiss after the vows as a married couple.

The plentiful shrubs and trees made the perfect backdrop for Firefly Vintage Rentals' containers, linens, mixed vintage wood chairs, vintage china and silverware and unique silver pieces.
  
I was all too happy to fill the containers up with flowers and foliages and set about to styling the table with Kathleen. For this look, we went with colorful vintage glassware in blues and aqua tones, vintage books, surrounded with vintage silver casserole carriers, with a summer- into fall color palette. Some of the flowers here are grown right in the Fleurie | Flower Studio Garden.
A long table set with pretty mix n' match china and silverware; underneath it all is a vintage tablecloth, all available for rent from Firefly. All this was set upon Cindy's Farmhouse- style tables that are part of the venue package when you book R Wedding House for an event there. 








Get to know these participating Vendors- 
Kathleen of Firefly Vintage Rentals, Fresno
 Instagram: @fireflyvintagerentals

  Instagram: @rweddinghouse

Laurie of Fleurie | Flower Studio, Fresno, Tulare Counties and beyond
  Instagram @fleurieflowerstudio


4 comments:

  1. Simply awesome!! Flowers are looking mind-blowing. If we talk about wedding; can't imagine without beautiful flowers. For a vintage wedding it's fabulous. Love the table decor. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. At my wedding, all the guests (literally, all) told me how the food surpassed all expectations, since wedding food generally sucks. The food at Los Angeles venues was mind-blowing. My husband also had some custom choices for food that the chef easily made and incorporated.

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