We thought how fun would it be fun to have a floral crown class for young girls to make and wear on Easter Sunday. Dressed in their easter dresses with the accessory of a flower crown. The Class was so much fun with several girls and ladies in attendance. Treats and drinks were provided along with photos for everyone. This was such a success that we will be providing a Mothers day Crown and Photo shoot as well. Here are the photos from the event. Thank you to Mike at 4 Honor Photography for capturing the event at the The Stanley Event Space.
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On this Lovely Valentines day we have this stunning shoot that showcases some of Kansas City’s finest vendors. Many are well known through out the country and have been had their humble beginnings here. Vendors as Christopher Elbow Artisan Chocolates, Andre’s Confiserier Suisse Cake and Hot Chocolate, Topsy’s Popcorn, and Local Shatto Milk Company. Other vendors that added to this beautiful shoot such as Announce This invites, Lindsay Letters, Make-up by Jill Kinsey and Altar Bridal. All of this was film shot by Chelsea Mitchell Photography of Santa Barbara California. Kansas City’s Union Station was the backdrop for this inspiration. So many wonderful details filled this Valentines day wedding. All of this was featured on A Golden Locket blog. Thank you for all the participating vendors.
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Ashlea’s and Cliffs wedding was held at the beautiful Longview Mansion. Her colors were lavender and blush and every detail was accounted for. She wanted something different and unique. So her bridesmaids carried beautiful pearl strung pomanders filled with lavender roses. Her bouquet was filled to the rim with gorgeous gardens roses in ivories and blush roses. The grooms and groomsmen wore bouts with leaves rolled in cone shape and overflowing with moss wire and berries. The alter was custom built in large urns with willow to create a floating cascade of flowers that draped around them in front of a looking glass pond. In the reception tables were filled with manzanita trees in stone pots with hanging votives and flowers. Photos were by. Lark Photos and Videography by. Alea Lovely.