Some of my friends in the industry wanted to promote some business and a new space in an up and coming area in Franklinton.
From Lauren Lee Photo... For this wedding editorial, we had a lot of fun playing off of the natural and organic design aesthetic of the venue. Our minimalistic table-scape added a pop of color to the space as the twists and turns of the centerpiece created flowing movement. To complete the look, we fell in love with velvet table linens and a soft yet playful gown. The flowers and color scheme were inspired by the season. Spring flowers such as lilac and parrot tulips were an essential part of the design. We also incorporated Japanese ranunculus, delphinium, and sweet pea.
There are so many awesome pictures of this wedding by The Carrs Photography, that I have to share more!
The wedding and reception took place this past summer at Juniper Rooftop in Columbus. The place is modern with a touch of Great Gatsby. Danielle rocked this Vera Wang dress….gorgeous!!!!
The couple wanted a modern cake to match so we did some research and came up with the design below. We feel a bit like architects and I love every minute of it! They also had a dessert table with French macarons in grey and white as well as bourbon bon bons.
The modern table settings and florals were created by Events Held Dear and Evergreen who both did an incredible amount of work.
It's officially engagement season, so if you're recently engaged, congratulations! It's the perfect time to dive into the newest issue of Inside Weddings. The winter 2019 issue hits newsstands soon, and we're so excited for couples and wedding enthusiasts to discover pages and pages of inspiration.
This issue showcases 15 gorgeous real weddings across the United States and Canada. You'll read about Oakland Raiders linebacker Tahir Whitehead's vow renewal to his high school sweetheart, the wedding of Detroit Lions offensive tackle Taylor Decker, and the nuptials of former Miss America Savvy Shields to her beloved. From a backyard wedding at the bride's family home, to a wintry celebration at an ice castle, to a sensational 50th anniversary party, you'll find plenty of ideas to inspire your own celebration. Discover couture invitation suites customized with elegant monograms, discover helpful registry tips from a recently married couple, take a look at R&B singer Tank's honeymoon to France and Greece, and see the most romantic looks from Bridal Fashion Week!
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Below are some pics at the Statehouse taken by Jenny Haas.
There’s something about the crispness of the autumn air and the way the leaves begin to shift hues…something that seems to ignite creativity, yet brings upon a sense of nostalgia. You know that feeling? Wanting to play up the colorful changing leaves, while honoring that sort of nostalgic vibe and introduce a modern twist, photographer Jenny Haas teamed up with Caroline of Passi Flora and Miam Cake for a STUNNING editorial.
Jenny tells us: To go with all things fall, we incorporated acorns on the cake and it totally fit with our tablescape and the leftover nut scraps we used to adorn it. We added in dried oranges for a pop of color, and sweet velvet ribbon—for the bouquet and to tie the napkins—which added a brilliant contrast of color.
Bringing fall indoors, Passi Flora Studio crafted a wild floral installation for both the table + hanging above!
And that, my friends, is how you bring in pops of color to an autumn palette—burnt orange, rich magenta and burgundy, with playful pinks.
How exciting to be featured in Green Wedding Shoes this week! https://greenweddingshoes.com/15-jaw-dropping-floral-cake-ideas-for-your-wedding/
We started at Huntington Mansion. A beautiful home that has so many amazing old details. It was the perfect backdrop for our day. Events Held Dear took charge with the concept and design. She made sure all the perfect details were all in place. The amazing neutral florals were done by Evergreen Flower Co. She creates mini pieces of art that have amazing shape and life. I loved the painted fern leaves in all the pieces! From the lovely letterpressed invitations (Cheer up Press) to the amazingly detailed cake (Miam Cake), this day was just stunning, and to top it all off the extremely talented Jenny Haas photographed it. It all came together so beautifully. I couldn’t have asked for more. (Excerpt from www.ohtheheart.com/blog)
This editorial collaboration was inspired by the sweeping city view from Juniper Rooftop, a new Columbus, Ohio venue. Keeping the rooftop view a priority, we created a story that is both warmly romantic and briskly modern. Our warm and feminine color palette was a conscious choice to soften the crisp architectural nature of the space. Hues of tea rose, dijon, slate, linen, burgundy and palest pink evoked all the nuances of a rooftop party in spring. This shoot was a fantastic opportunity to show off our beloved city from a brand new vantage point, with all the details to inspire brides with romantic and modern sensibilities alike. Check out the whole editorial at
Cake hand-drawn by Scarlett Kilzer at Miam www.miamcake.com
photography: Jenny Haas // venue name: Juniper Rooftop, Columbus, Ohio, USA // event design: Auburn + Ivory // planning: Auburn + Ivory // florals: State + Arrow // wedding dress: Rita Vinieris "Chic" // wedding dress boutique: La Jeune Mariée // hairpiece: Sara Gabriel // bride's ring: the Diamond Cellar // hair stylist: Megan Cronenwett // makeup artist: Angie Warren // paper goods: Papel + Co // cake: Miam Cake // tabletop rentals: Aiden + Grace // furniture rentals: Antiquity Rentals // linen rentals: Event Source // models: Kelsey Richards // nail: Charlotte Lucas // ribbon: The Lesser Bear // velvet ring box: Bark and Berry // pink plates: Anthropologie // pink napkins: Pottery Barn
Juniper is a new restaurant and venue that is on top of the Smith Brother's building in downtown Columbus. On the day of our shoot there was a break in the cold, snowy weather. It had been raining on and off and was unusually warm. The sky was overcast- perfect lighting for a photo shoot. It didn't rain until hours later and the last few shots!
I can only post a sneak peek of my cake until the photos are submitted to publications. I'll send out an update with the full shoot as soon as I can. Until then, I took a few with my phone! The picture of the cake is almost outdone by the beautiful view of the city of Columbus in the background. I absolutely love flowers and anything heirloom. This is my interpretation of a style board that was sent to me for the shoot. The cake is meant to look like old stationary with torn paper which is made of sugar. The flowers are free-hand drawn which is my favorite "pen & ink" style.
Until next time!
xoxo- Scarlett K.
As a music major, my love for classical music runs deep. I love to listen to classical while I work, because it clears my mind and I'm able to think creatively. I was inspired by Mozart's Spring while I was making the flowers for this cake. Don't get me wrong, I love classic rock and everything in-between, but for this cake, Mozart was needed!