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This one has taken a while to see the light of day but boy, has it been worth the wait!

Back in May I was asked by the lovely Emily of White Room Events to contribute the stationery for an inspiration shoot at one of my favourite Adelaide venues, Hotel Richmond (I could never get sick of those windows).

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The shoot, beautifully captured by Jennifer Sando, was in a 60s style with a contemporary Australian twist. I created the invitations with a mod pattern in the peach and grey palette.

I would never in a million years have thought of adding native flowers, bistro chairs and glittery ribbons to the retro style but wow! Doesn’t it give such a wonderfully layered look that’s not too ‘themey’?

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Sarah of The Swoon Effect (who, by the way, is so gorgeous I thought she was the model) did a fantastic job of recreating the dark-eyes-big-hair look of the day.

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This shoot actually fulfilled one of my business goals this year: to be published on Style Me Pretty! Even better than that, though, was the opportunity to meet a group of super-talented wedding vendors, who I’ve since worked with on other exciting projects.

I’m in the process of developing this invitation into a full collection, however if you’re interested in ordering it before it’s released just drop me a line.

Photography: Jennifer Sando Photography | Styling: White Room Events | Flowers: Lotus Flowers | Cake: Sweet Treats Cupcakes & Cakes | Stationery: Akimbo | Venue: Hotel Richmond | Hair & Make-up:  The Swoon Effect | Model: Imogen Hudson


4 Responses

  • I am so in love with the use of ribbons in the shoot. I will definitely be using this idea for my next dinner party!

    • You’ll have to share photos when you do!

  • Cal

    Love this so much! Well done! x

    • Thanks for commenting, Callie :)

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