I also have to tell you I am squealing with delight that my business cards for Over The Moon Vintage Rentals are on there way, and my website is going to coding in two weeks - WEEEEEEE!!!! Oh yeah, that's me squealing like the pig in the Geico commercial ;-) And if you haven't see it...you must right here as it will make you giggle. And giggling is ALWAYS good!
Okay, I dilly dallied long enough. I bet you are ready to see the creation of this table aren't you? Eeks, I hope so...and can't wait to hear your feedback about the series. I APPRECIATE so very much the feedback you have been leaving me daily - so thank you to the moon and back my dears! Mwah!!!
***Note - I do have to say one thing before I get to the pictures. My budget did not allow for flowers. However, I searched the yard and yards of neighbors (with permission of course), and picked up a couple of succulents - so while there are flowers and succulents on the table, they are NOT the ones I would have arranged if my budget allowed for me to go flower wild (oh yes, pun totally intended)! And believe it or not, but the only colored flowers in bloom that I could find were roses, and I did not want to use roses...so the flowers are most definitely lacking the color of the inspiration table...but it still looks fabulous!
Of course I had to make one change...I used white paper doilies down the center of the table instead of a table runner! I liked the softness it added, and as always I wanted to put my own little touch on it. So here is the creation...
You can see that all of the details and projects are included as well. Don't the DIY compotes look great? Really, you would never know that they were homemade for about $2.00. Which is definitely a detail that I love. Granted, I wish the flowers were more similar and had some more color. All in all though a fabulous and fun creation ;-)
So that's it loves! Remember I wanted to recreate the inspiration...not match it exactly! That's what is all about...being inspired by something, creating something similar...but ALWAYS with your own touch.
I hope this series has provided you with some inspiration and some insight on how if you break down the details, and take it step-by-step - you can do it!
Wishing you a wonderfully delightful weekend.
P.S. - Oh and I was sooo bummed that I had to take down the fabric chandeliers. The pictures of them might not be that great, but they looked amazing hanging up! So if you like them...definitely make them, because they are fabulous. I seriously think I might hang a couple of the ones I made for this shoot in the corner of my bedroom ;-)
...styling and photography by luna and chloe weddings