A few days ago I talked about my friend Jackie with Jacquelyne Edith Events, and how much her friendship and working relationship has meant to me. Today, I wanted to share the results of our labor in June, when she put together a styled shoot in hopes of being published on the national blog MunaLuchi Bride.
The idea behind the shoot is that the United States is a nation made up of people from all countries and all walks of life. Set at the historic Bayvue Estate, our theme was "Home is Where the Heart Is" and celebrated the diversity we enjoy on a daily basis, in light of the 4th of July. Our couple sat down with their growing family and some of their friends to a homestyle dinner with all of the favorites - fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, classic Coke bottles, and corn on the cob, to name a few.
The different cultures represented at the table show the melting pot that America has become. The maroon and navy color scheme contributed to the idea of a patriotism that we have made our own through the years. The red, white, and blue is about everyone living in harmony together in a country that is and should be open to all.
Our team was absolutely thrilled to have this feature published on MunaLuchi Bride and extend the idea of patriotism and diversity in the wedding industry and beyond. I'm excited to share some of my favorites from the shoot and the amazing vendors that put everything together. Happy belated 4th of July!
Click here to see a behind the scenes video of how it all came together!
Venue: Bayvue Estate | Planning & Design: Jacquelyne Edith Events | Assistant Designer: Luxe & Luna Couture | Florals: Aleen Floral Design | Gown & Accessories: Blush Bridal | Tux: Men's Wearhouse | Video: Big Dreams Entertainment