Eastern Shore Holiday Wreath

Maryland Event Planner & Designer

Posted
12.10.2015
DIY, Entertaining, Studio, Styled Shoots

So our first holiday season in the studio kind of crept up on us! But we couldn’t be more excited to deck our halls—with a little Eastern Shore flair of course! This custom wreath by Monteray Farms does just that. Try incorporating some fun, non-traditional elements into your wreath for a unique holiday design, like Monteray Farms did here with oyster shells, driftwood and rope. We promise it won’t disappoint!

Vendors: 

Photography: Melissa Grimes-Guy
Wreath: Monteray Farms
Styling: Kari Rider Events
Ribbon: Paper Source

Thanksgiving Centerpiece Tips

Eastern Shore Maryland Event Planner & Designer

Posted
11.24.2015
DIY, Entertaining, Studio, Styled Shoots

Happy Thanksgiving! We’re celebrating this intimate and indulgent holiday with a few tips on creating a festive centerpiece from floral designer Sarah Campbell, owner of Intrigue Design & Décor and founder of the upcoming Intrigued Experience conference. Sarah recommends incorporating texture into your Thanksgiving centerpiece with fun elements such as ornamental Kale and petite pumpkins. To keep her gourds from rotting, Sarah gives them a quick bleach water bath that ensures their freshness for the life of the arrangement.

For more floral design insights from Sarah and a host of other industry leaders, check out the upcoming Intrigued Experience conference, being held February 21 through 23, 2016 at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. Participants will enjoy a unique three-day experience infused with hands-on floral design, styling and business education. More information is available on the conference website

Vendors:
Photography: Karena Dixon Photography
Floral Design: Intrigue Design & Décor
Styling: Kari Rider Events
Ribbon: Lancaster & Cornish 

 

Joe & Carrie|Inn at Huntingfield Creek Wedding

Eastern Shore Maryland Wedding Planner

Posted
11.11.2015
Weddings

Get ready for a serious dose of fall! Joe and Carrie’s relaxed Eastern Shore wedding has it all: knockout blooms from Amanda Burnette, amazing portraits from Two Spoons Photography showing off the breathtaking grounds of Rock Hall’s Inn at Huntingfield Creek, and two of the most adorable wrinkly faced pups sporting—what else but—matching floral collars! Does it get any better than that?! Congratulations Joe and Carrie! 

Vendors: 

Photographer: Carly Romeo of Two Spoons Photography
Planning: Kari Rider Events
Venue: Inn at Huntingfield Creek 
Florist: Amanda Burnette
Rentals: Eastern Shore Tents and Events
Dress: BHLDN
Bride’s Shoes: Poppy and Stella
Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank
Band: Stonebrook Moonshine