Bambi is a 1962 vintage Airstream that has been transformed into a photo booth for your fun and entertainment. With a short length of 13ft she can fit just about anywhere. She loves to party and will surely be talked about long after your event. For more information visit http://www.bambibooth.com; they’re running some specials so you might also want to send an inquiry.
Jordan Browning is a well-known Waco wedding planner and owner of an etsy shop specializing in burlap items. At least a third of EHHPG’s 2013 brides plan to incorporate burlap elements into their events, so I was pleased when Jordan agreed to guest blog. Here’s another opportunity to add custom details to your event or home decor while also supporting a small local business!
I started experimenting with burlap in an attempt to create personalized, memorable prints that would not distract from my home’s decor! I fell in love with my creations and began giving them as gifts to friends who in turn encouraged me to make them available for others…so here they are! A portion of my prints are made specifically with my brides in mind…whether it’s as a keepsake to remember important dates of your relationship or as a banner to display at your wedding or party, burlap is a versatile fabric that can complement any wedding decor. To order, check out www.etsy.com/shop/burlapbyeverafter
For custom orders, check out the Etsy site and message me the details of what you are looking for…I would love to collaborate with you on any projects!
Seventy-five varied handmade burlap flowers have been added to our decor inventory. They’re easy to make, I’ll try coiled ones next. I’ve added a few to burlap ribbon that can be used for banding tables, others were combined with antique lace and ephemera to bling out three printed pillows made for us by Pam Roberts of Vintage Rose, located in the Lasalle Shops.
Also depicted are a few of the 2 dozen altered bottles, they can be used for flowers; by adding lights inside they can also increase the “twinkle factor” for table vignettes. A bad phone pic sort of shows a 1940’s cast brass chandelier that, after 3 yrs hanging in our garage, finally received a cleanup/shabby paint job. EHHPG’s 2013 wedding season begins March 2.