Shannon Renee’s Formal Wear provided the bridal gown and tuxes for this shoot. Love those tan tuxes!
We adored the little cake that Megan from Megan’s Sweet Treats and Cakes made for the shoot. The cake area was set up inside of The Journey Home’s tabacoo barn. (We will be displaying a booth at their wedding show on May 19th – you can find us in the barn!)
Last, but certinaly not least, we took these pictures of our models inside of the barn. These 4 totally rocked this shoot. Thanks so much for coming to play with us!
HUGE thanks to all of the vendors and models who made this shoot possible!
Venue: The Journey Home, Laura Liebman, General Manager
Photography & Styling: Creative Event Studio, Ginger Weseloh & Sarah Gaikwad, Owners
Bridal Gown & Tuxedos: Shannon Renee’s Formal Wear, Shannon Beemer, Owner
Flowers: 2 Gals with Flowers, Melian Grant, Owner
Cake: Megan’s Sweet Treats & Cakes, Megan Fatseas, Owner
Stationary: Life Well Lived, Stacey Russell, Owner
Bridesmaid Hair: Edmond Street Parlor, Bobi Borgman, Owner
Make-Up: Motives Cosmetics by Loren Ridinger, Joyce Harris Independent DistributorRead more
We have been so blessed lately that several editors have chosen to publish our photographs. You may have seen some of our excited status updates with links to the articles but we thought we’d make it blog official with a round up to links of the features.
We were thrilled when we were contacted by Jessica of The Budget Saavy Bride about the possibility of featuring Will & Leslie’s wedding on her blog. Her blog gives tons of details directly from the Bride & Groom and Will & Leslie were so sweet to answer all of her questions. Click here to be taken to the feature on The Budget Saavy Bride and click here to be taken to our recap of their wedding. This feature includes lots of original (& awesome) video links compiled by Will & Leslie specifically for their ceremony, thank you, and even a video of their engagement, make sure and go check them out!
We are kind of in love with our new office space so we were thrilled when Style Sweets Magazine decided to publish photos of our new office space. Click here to read their feature of our office and click here to read our blog post about it.
I was SO excited to tell Sarah that her baby shower had been chosen by the editors of Baby Shower Wire to be featured as part of their Baby Shower Idea gallery. To see our photos in their gallery click here and to see our complete write up on Sarah’s shower click here to read our blog.
And in a silly turn of events, I guess someone at Style Sweets Magazine likes something we are doing because they also decided to publish a DIY project that Chris and I (ok, mostly Chris) took on last fall – our fire pit. Click here to see their write up and here to see our blog about it!
Sarah and I are so blessed that so many of you read this blog and enjoy the work that we do. Thank you all so much for supporting us on this, sometimes crazy, journey of ours and cheering us on. We also want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to The Budget Saavy Bride, Style Sweets Magazine, and Baby Shower Wire for publishing our work.Read more
Today we are sharing a sneak peek from some of the very fun things we’ve been up to around here! We are really excited to be able to share with you all the details and fantastically romantic images from this session. We love being able to partner with so many fabulous & creative wedding vendors!! Stay tuned…
xo- Sarah & GingerRead more
Nearly the moment that Sarah and Jon broke the news to us that we’d have a new arrival come this April I began planning her baby shower. (I think I came up with the theme that very night!) Sarah loves vintage items and even more than that she loves to travel (we’ll have to have her share some of her photos from India sometime) so a vintage travel theme was the obvious choice for her shower! Though I took the lead in planning our two dear friends, Jeanette & Rachel, Sarah’s sister, Mary, and her mother in law, Linda, also contributed their time and talents for the shower.
I loved the baby shower Sarah threw for me so I really wanted her to like her shower and for it to reflect who she was and things that she liked. Over the last few months I collected vintage luggage, postcards, and other small items. I also set to work making invitations (which Chris told me I needed to really go ‘above and beyond’ with since the ones Sarah made for my shower were so fun), paper airplanes (I thought my hands would never recover!), hand dying paper & maps,painting signs, and more. North Kansas City Cafe was generous and loaned me a few vintage TWA items for the shower too. I had no idea until the day of but Jon’s grandfather worked at TWA so it was a wonderful tie-in. In the end I loved how it turned out! And the food! YUM! It was decided that we would do a menu of ‘foods around the world’. On the table we had sandwiches (England), hummus (Egypt), baked brie (France), bhaji’s (India), bruschetta (Italy), and fruit kabobs (which are just good). I also made some raspberry lemonade bars that are completely unhealthy but really addicting.
Instead of writing more I’m going to go ahead and over share with LOTS of pictures, so here we go…
Congratulations Sarah & Jon! We can’t wait to meet your baby girl!