Now for the third and final photographer of The Not Wedding (she was also my favorite, but that could be because we were booth neighbors and we love mint and I love her aesthetic and she had donuts). Presenting…. Kaitie Bryant… <crowd goes wild> and the top 5…errr, 6 reasons I think she rocks…
1> Her jump drives are made out of wood and oh so cute.
2> Her table’s general loveliness, note the giant pyramid of donuts.
3> Flying wedding shoes!!! Such a fun idea for the must-have shoe photo.
4> Oh-so-sweet pictures of our bride and groom.
4.5> More sweet couple photos
5> Even cuter ring bearer images. Can’t stand the cuteness!! Wheee!!!!
6> She brought a magic camera to take a picture on the day and develop it immediately so she could show it at her table! So smart. I think the magic camera is a modern Polaroid, but I can’t be certain.
Though Kaitie is responsible for all the images in this post, she’s not the only notable vendor who rocks.
Here are some more:
The gal with the guitar in this picture rocks!! This is Emily Hearn, and she’s a signer (and I think song writer). The handsome gent to her right (your left) is her husband and brother of the groom. Together they sang “Without You” by David Guetta ft. Usher. But they did it as a ballad and it was so lovely, tears welled up. Her website lists upcoming shows. Go see her/them, you won’t be disappointed!
Kate from The Modern Gent rocks. Also a booth neighbor and responsible for the fabulous suits/tuxedos on the groom and his men. She is so knowledgeable about menswear, and has an impeccable sense of style. I admired her black Louboutins the whole evening and marveled how her feet weren’t killing her in the sky high stilettos.
Beautiful and delicious! Anne Kathleen and her cakes rock! I totally lucked out with the fun side of the Tunnel of Love (where all the vendors tout their wares). I’m sure the other side had fun too, but I wasn’t there, because I was having a blast with my new found friends. Anyhoo, I’m in love with the gold star burst on the center cake, and the best part, it’s edible.
I already went on and on yesterday about the talented Krista Janos of Blue Eyed Yonder, but look what this lady can do with thousands of plastic spoons, and I imagine a dozen cans of spray paint. These fabulous starbursts where suspended over the guests at the entrance to the event. What a statement! It <say it with me> ROCKS!!
Now that I’ve got the gushing out of my system (there were just so many lovely and talented people there), I’ll leave you with some final images I just had to share because they make me smile. Grab a cocktail (on the rocks) and enjoy!
One more little gush for Sarah Elizabeth Makeup Artistry for make these ladies, so pretty! Fellow vendor from the table-hood, and she’s in love with my mini bowties. That tutorial will happen here tomorrow. Stay tuned! Or better yet, subscribe and don’t miss a thing. (Isn’t that an Aerosmith song?)
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