We know, we know, its still snowing in most parts of the country and the LAST thing you want is some cool blue tones filling up your eyeballs, but we must share with you the booth we put together for Indie Wed! We love this wedding show as we use it to show fun couples what there wedding could be! This year we went much more toned down then last year, but still very over the top. Jayne is about to release our new branding and we are so in love with our new logo, we thought why not have it cut out of gorg gold plexi! Its sorta a “duh” move, so simple it hurts. We knew we wanted to use mostly blue, as its a really lovely color that we dont get to use enough in the wedding world. We chose a heavy cuddly velvet navy backdrop to set the stage. We worked closely with Aged Vintage Rentals, whom we shared the booth. We wanted something blue but still organic and spring like. We used their farmhouse table, marylanders chairs, sunset table, and many trunks and boxes. All of them mixed in well to create something that felt boho but still very put together. Our favorite type of look. For the table we chose to hand cut gold paper for the place cards and sat them atop a gorg slice of agate accented by a sunny napkin. This right here is Katie Jayne’s favorite combo; shiny, nature, pop of color. Rinse and repeat. We also scored a sick cali-mex inspired table runner at the very last second to help complete this look. Vintage coup glasses, champs, gold flatware, only the best for indie wed! The canopy was made with 20 yards of fabric! All different tons of blue, ripped and hand braided. We mixed in some garland we strung together and spray painted gold. The “beads” are actually coffee straws, we felt like we where back in middle school making a giant bracelet.But our favorite part of the entire booth, was the smaller floating shapes we made to hang air plants in. Simple, dreamy, now in our studio. Big thanks to Fox Glove Studio for creating the lush lovelies and Re:Find Joy for all the awesome vintage brass vessels! . She even hand gilded some of the pots to make them pop more! Also THANK YOU Julia Franzosa Photography for snapping some pics! You are the bees knees..