Creative Bag will have a booth at the ReBash Wedding and Event Decor Market on May 15, 2016. We won't be selling products at the show and I thought that it would be fun to set up our booth with inspirational photos of some of our products in use. So I pulled together a few vendors that will also be at ReBash to do a styled shoot last week. Our theme was bohemian romance with a lot of pretty handmade details and some diy projects sprinkled in for a personalized touch. Here's a little preview of what we did!
Our talented team included Love Lettering, Alicia's Infinity, Cakelaine, Periwinkle Flowers, The Perfect Table, Confetti and Bows. Kat Williams from Attakat was our photographer and our shoot was at The Warehouse Event Venue at Downsview Park. The warehouse inspired open concept 16,000 sq ft venue has 30 ft ceilings and allows clients to customize the look and feel of the space for any social, corporate or cultural event.
By the way, the miniature glass dome container was hand lettered by Love Lettering and the lovely mini cupcake was created by Cakelaine.
Alicia's Infinity's beautiful custom watercolour stationery design was the inspiration for our colour story and the boho romance theme. Alicia also creates one-of-a-kind and custom handmade jewellery by mixing vintage elements like a brooch, button or lace remnants from a family member's wedding dress.
Jess from Periwinkle Flowers selected the most enchanting flowers and succulents for the set up. The breathtaking centrepieces were unforgettable and Jess supplied the extra flowers that Caitlyn artfully arranged onto her two smaller wedding cakes.
Succulents were featured in Alicia's watercolour illustrations, in Jess' floral arrangements and Caitlyn's wedding cake and cupcakes. We also added succulent to small hand painted mason jars to create these adorable diy favours.
Our "best day ever" cake topper was the crowning touch to Cakelaine's incredible five layer boho inspired cake. Cakelaine also created all of the pretty confections for our styled shoot. I added gold details to the cake topper for a diy project. I loved the white brick wall in the cocktail area at The Warehouse Event Venue. It made an amazing backdrop for the sweet table.
Here's a close up of some of the artistic details of Cakelaine's cake. Don't you just love her succulents? They look so real. Caitlyn is an honours graduate from Bonnie Gordon College and the cupcakes she made for us to snack on during the shoot were scrumptious.
This dreamy handmade paper flower backdrop is available to rent from Confetti and Bows. The over sized blossoms are artfully arranged one by one by Toni onto an 8'x8' free standing wall and would be perfect for a reception or ceremony. We used this unique backdrop to create a photo booth along with props from The Perfect Table and Love Lettering. Doris from Love Lettering did the hand lettering on the mirror as well as all of the hand lettering details on our glass, acrylic and chalkboard products. If you would like to make a few handmade paper flowers like the small one on the chair you can find some diy kits here. Our mustache and lips flasks make a great photo booth prop as well.
The PosecardsTM by Love Lettering are a fun idea for a photo booth and Doris does all of the colour detailing on these by hand. This was one of my favourite wedding themed posecardsTM .
Love Lettering also added the hand lettering and illustrations to this acrylic wishing well. The vintage furniture and all of the tableware were supplied by The Perfect Table. Here you can see one of the floral arrangement Jess created using one of our white hobnail vases. I gave the white vases a gold dipped effect using gold spray paint.
All of these vendors will be at ReBash with us on Sunday May 15th, 2016. You can find out more about the wedding and event decor show and how to purchase tickets here. Please stop by to see our booth and see more of the amazing photos from Attakat.
I will also be doing a 30 minute workshop at ReBash to guide you through the steps of using chalk and oil based marker on a chalkboard and clear favour containers. The workshop fee is $45.20 (HST included) and includes one ReBash General Admission ticket and a kit including everything you need for the workshop. The workshop will take place at 1pm and space is limited. If you are interested in attending the workshop you can purchase tickets here.