The peachy soft goodness that is about to come your way is extremely lush and beautiful! You have been given fair warning. This color palate is composed of soft and almost monochromatic colors that melt into each other in the most delicious way. I give you- the Summer Bellini stylize shoot.
Summer Bellini was conceptualized by the amazing Kristen Weaver Photography team with their Pinterest board that evoked an easy vibe and almost buttery mood. We loved being able to take from their thoughts and gathering the most amazing set of vendors to bring you this stylized shoot held at the Alfond Inn in Winter Park, Florida. The outside area of this venue has many picture-perfect spots, and we were able to use a few. Not only were we fortunate enough to design this shoot but we were able to contribute four DIY projects that anyone can take on.
Vendors and Published:
We are so excited to see this beautiful shoot published on Every Last Detail
Thank you to all of our amazing vendors:
Venue: Alfond Inn
Florist: Raining Roses
Table Top Rentals: Dishie
Cake: Florida Sweets Co.
Stationary: Letra Bohemia
Videographer: (See the video at the bottom of this post).
We used RW rental’s vintage dresser with this mirror we painted gold and ombre painted into this creamy peach color- the made three inch mirror boxes. We took the mirrored boxes and added the guests’ name with our Cricut with magnets on the back and attached to our mirror. The step by step on how to make your very own mirrored box escort box can be found here. The florals were overflowing on this piece and we love how the reflections of all the soft colors take center stage.Next, we created a super simple inspiration using a mirrored menu card with ombre painted vinyl. Just take a second and really breathe in all of these gorgeous florals.
rCandles are a great way to create ambiance and we added a little pizazz. Taking acylic paint you can simply add it to from the base of the candle and brushing toward the top to create this look. The results are fantastic and you can find the How-To here (coming soon).Our last project were these ombre napkins. We picked up these white cotton napkins from World Market and using a sponge we watered down the same acrylic paint used on the candles and dabbed from the point toward the center. The details in the cake and stationary just really tied everything together.