Lots of updates, we moved into a new space across the hall! Bigger studio, more room for furniture, it's a win win.Read More
Allow me to introduce the awesome new lady running things for us at the studio. Her name is Sarah Reese. She will be in charge of managing all things studio related. Our studio is available for an hourly rate. Sarah, or another fantastic lady on the team, will be present for the entire session. She will help you arrange furniture pieces and give advice on what looks good where. We don't personally provide photography, but we or Sarah are happy to recommend one of our favorite photographers for your session, if you want to book our studio. Several photographers have already utilized our space and love it for it's natural light and endless prop options.
We are thrilled to be working with Sarah. She's friendly, professional and has a great eye for details. Sarah is the owner of Story By Design Events, where she offers her expertise in event design. She can help you create a vision for your event, tell your story and pull it all off flawlessly. We've had the pleasure of working on several styled shoots with her and her creativity is fantastic.
If you book our studio and you need help styling it for your shoot, Sarah is available to hire through Story By Design to help you get set up. We are so fortunate to have her on board to take the studio space to the next level.
The history and style of our stately farmhouse tables.Read More
We love this shoot and I have been dying to share it with you. Gina from True Beauty Marks asked if she could bring some incredibly talented vendors into our studio space for a styled photo shoot and a video. Of course we said "heck yeah!"
We're so happy Ash Imagery is fairly local to us. Michael's photography style is so haunting. Abby and I often note how men seem to photograph differently than women. It's refreshing to see things from a unique eye. Michael's photos are also extra special because in this digital age, he chooses to shoot mostly in film.
Jon and Diane modeled for us. Below are some fun shots of Gina in action.
The dress was from Lovely Bride, and oh my word, it was gorgeous!!
Jewelry by Chelsea Jones.
Belovely provided the breathtaking florals and styling. We adore what they did with our industrial metal shelves.
Cake Life Bake Shop made the decadent cake and blackberry cupcakes.
On hand was Full Heart Films. They made a very creative short film of the shoot. Enjoy the wintry romance!
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Meghan and Ethan's Bethlehem, PA wedding with local treats and beautiful scenery.Read More
We were honored to be a part of a beautiful editorial featured in Lehigh Valley Style Magazine and Weddings In Style in January 2015. Once again we were thrilled to work with Alison Conklin Photography as well as Allium Design, two of the Lehigh Valley's most uniquely talented wedding professionals. The shoot took place at Olde Homestead Golf Club, a relatively new wedding venue, with incredible views and multiple sites to choose from.
First, let me draw your attention to the absolutely decadent floral garland draped across the dining table. It was literally jaw dropping in person too. Sarah, from Allium envisioned a super cute take on place cards. She wrote the guest names directly on the chalkboard-topped table. Take your time on these photos, they are down....right....rich.
The yummies were prepared by 14 Acre Farm.
This creative, chalkboard inspired cake was created by Cozze Cakes, complete with fondant pleats and gold accents.
Sarah Petyrk of Allium Design provided styling and florals for this shoot. She dressed up our industrial metal shelves as a back-bar, next to our barrister bookcase. Hamilton Kitchen created a custom cocktail for the shoot, a bourbon-based boulevardier.
Below you'll see a cameo by our very own Abby, AKA the Finch. Doesn't she look lovely? J. Morgan Salon provided hair and make-up. Check out the brides' hair in the second to last shot, that's my personal favorite.
The colorful invitations were created by Aqua Juel Design.
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Early last fall we helped out with an equestrian styled shoot at Willow Brook Farm. This gorgeous, family owned and operated venue in Northampton, PA is extra special in that they have horses on site. There are lots of pretty horses around to make all your princess dreams come true. Their tent can seat up to 300 guests and their grounds offer plenty of space for enjoying the scenery.
Abby and I opted to style the scenes with an English country theme, incorporating vintage equestrian accessories. We painted little gold ponies to dance around on the tea table. Sugar Babe Cupcakes provided the delightful cupcakes in wedgewood blue to coordinate with our little, wedgewood cake stand. Josh Early Candies, a local chocolatier provided the bon bons. Nicole Fuller, the facilities coordinator and part-owner of the farm, offered her grandfather's painting to sit astride the goodies.
The sprawling landscape is complete with several barns, a pond, a lime kiln, and did we mention...horses?
Doesn't our Napolean sofa look divine with that bouquet?
Behind the scenes of a beautiful backyard anniversary party to celebrate my Sister and her Hubby! 25 years of wedded bliss.Read More
Behind the scenes details of our first open house.Read More