Friday, August 15, 2014

Lamis's Tiffany & Co. Themed Bridal Shower

Darlings! We are finally back! I'm so excited to share this Tiffany & Co. themed bridal shower with you all. It was one of my favorites, and the bride-to-be was one of the sweetest brides I've met so far. Everything about this party was fabulous. The guests loved all of details, such as the photo booth props and the "guest book". We even shot some Audrey Hepburn inspired pictures of the bride-to-be and added them to the shower. The color combination was perfect. All of the guests came wearing a black or white dress, and the bride-to-be wore a Tiffany blue dress. Congratulations Lamis!
The classy dessert table. We decorated it according to the theme. 
We shot this Audrey Hepburn inspired picture of the bride-to-be and added it as a desert table decoration. Doesn't she look fabulous?
Blue and white donut wedding rings.
We made these marshmallows dipped in white chocolate and "pearl" sprinkles, and added a blue bow to each one.
The delicious and beautiful cake and mini cakes were done by Sukkar Cakes. We placed them in the middle of the table on a silver stand. 
Time to cut the cake!
Perfect mini cakes by Sukkar Cakes.
We decorated silver branches with pearls and added them to the dessert table in blue Tiffany & Co. inspired "jewelry boxes".
The table cover was just perfect for the theme.
Each guest got to take home one of these jewelry boxes inspired by the Tiffany boxes.
We added a piece of jewelry in each box that we made, and the "Lamis & Co." label with the date of the bridal shower.
The activities table. There were three different activities that we decorated according to this theme.
The necklace game. We made these necklaces with charms, and designed the instructions according to the theme.
We also designed this frame, which was the "What age was the bride" game. Each guest had to guess what the bride-to-be's age was in each picture. The guest with the highest score wins a prize.
These are the cards that we designed for the "What age was the bride" game.
Another activity was the toilet paper wedding gown game.
The bride-to-be gave tiaras to all of the winners.
The photo booth section. We added a silver sequin background and designed props and an instructions frame based on the theme.
This is another picture that we took of the bride-to-be that was inspired by Audrey Hepburn. We used it as the photo booth instructions frame.
The beautiful bride-to-be striking a pose by the photo booth. We also designed this sash and headband that she wore during the bridal shower.
Time to grab a prop and strike a pose!
This is the "guest book" that we designed for this bridal shower. It was a cut out "jewelry box" inspired by the Tiffany jewelry box. The guests left a special message for the bride-to-be.
We added this picture of the bride-to-be to the guest book's instructions frame.
We designed this digital invitation based on this theme. Simple and elegant.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Happy Fifth Anniversary To... Us!

So what's the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear "we are celebrating our fifth anniversary in Ohio"? Absolutely nothing! Believe it or not, this was one of our favorite parts of our trip and our favorite anniversary so far. 

We've always wanted a special photo session, and that's why I thought it would be a perfect gift for my husband [and I]. I started to search for photographers, and the first one I loved loved loved was JLP- Jessica Love Photography. I've read all of the great reviews and went through her beautiful pictures on her site, thought I knew what to expect. I was wrong...  JLP turned out to be even better! We had a great time meeting Jessica Love, it felt like we've known her for a long time. She really knew how to make us feel comfortable in front of the camera, and the location she chose was even better than what I had in mind. Since the traditional gift for a fifth anniversary is a "wood" gift, I wanted the location to be filled with, well, wood! We've already looked at the pictures a billion times, shared them with friends and family, made a photo book, and looked through them a billion times more. Thank you for capturing all of the perfect moments, thank you for doing what you do! You really did make our fifth anniversary extra special.

Happy fifth anniversary to my one and only zooz. You're definitely the only one I want to annoy for the rest of my life. Thank you for everything you have done and still do for me. I'm so happy we decided to go to Ohio instead of Hawaii. I love you so much! 
Of course I had to make some simple props for us to use such as this banner, and Jessica knew how to incorporate them into our pictures. You might be able to win a similar banner soon!
 Don't forget to check out her JLP site: jessicalovephotography.com
& like her Facebook page: facebook.com/jessicalovephotography

Thursday, May 22, 2014

A Masquerade Themed Birthday Party

A masquerade themed party is a fun and elegant theme that works for many occasions. This party was a surprise 18th birthday party. The colors we used were black, purple, and gold. The decor wouldn't be complete without masks, feathers, and elegant patterns. We designed and organized many different items such as the chocolate bars with personalized labels, photo booth section, guest book alternative, and the dessert table.  Check out the pictures below for more details. Happy 18th birthday Nour!
The main dessert table. We designed this background according to the theme. We also added vases and filled them with feathers and gold branches. The sweets we made for this party were our homemade Oreo cupcakes with personalized toppers and chocolate bars with labels.
We organized these balloons and added them to each side of the dessert table.

The gold chocolate bars with personalized labels that we designed according to this theme.
Our homemade cupcakes with toppers that we designed according to this theme.
We added gold branches and black feathers in each vase.
We made these small balloon weights out of feathers.
We designed and made these masks for the mask hunt. We hid these around the hall, and the person that found the most masks wins a prize.
The fancy photo booth section.
We designed this frame and added it next to the photo booth background.
We decorated this frame to be used as a photo booth prop.
This is one of my favorite guest book alternatives so far. We designed and made this large mask for the guests to write Nour a special birthday message on.
This is the invitation we designed for this party. Happy birthday Nour!

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