All engagement sessions are clearly not created equal… as evidenced by this amazing, homey, styling shoot from Feather Love. It’s so personal and perfect in their own backyard, their own living room, amongst their own collection of tiki ceramics and midcentury furnishings. This is how you capture the spirit of a couple.
Also, we love their house. Certainly a candidate for a Design*Sponge sneak peak, if you ask us…
You can see more sweet pics here.
We’re thinking we don’t really need to write anything here. Just gaze upon these lovelies with longing. It’s amazing how different every suite they put together is while still feeling uniquely their style. Muy talentoso, no?
First we want to remind you that the DIY Contest is in full swing! We love seeing the entries as they arrive. Keep them coming…
Next, we thought we’d show you a little more of Isola Bella’s pretty beachy linens, pillows and paper goods. Anyone who lives by the sea, who happens to have a beach house or who’s getting married on the beach should check out her shop. Her cocktail napkins would make a great addition to your cocktail hour and her wine totes would make excellent guest bags. You could even use her printed cards as thank you notes. Using a variety of her designs throughout your wedding would be so fun.
Gina lives and works in the Virgin Islands on St. Thomas. As a beachcomber and nature lover, her inspiration comes from daily encounters with her amazing natural environment. Lucky girl! Plus she uses high quality, sustainable materials to create her line so you can feel excellent about incorporating her work into your wedding or party.
Gina, thanks so much for your thoughtful contribution to our contest!
Just when we were thinking the silhouette thing was played, our friends at Hammerpress kick it up a notch. The detail… oh the detail. We are dying.
We have even more delicacies from this talented shop coming up. We’re just spreading them out so you can savor them appropriately.
(Apologies for the huge images if you’re on a small screen, we couldn’t bear to crop these.)