I’ll give you one guess as to who stole all the attention on set of this family photo sesh! 😉
Dreamboat wedding day right here! Here’s a handful of favorite snaps from Matthew and Emily’s wedding I photographed with Laura Glen Photography!
Breeze through baggage claim with these eye-catching DIY dip-dyed luggage tags.
HOW TO MAKE THEM:
Use precut tags from a craft store and partially dip them in alcohol ink of various colors and let dry. Print out your contact information and use tape to secure to the back. Seal with laminating sheets. Punch a small hole, tie with colored leather ribbon.
This was a DIY project I originally created for the 2017 Inspired Living Magazine travel issue.
Nothing stirs things up on the party front quite like a drink station with an interactive theme. This one stays summer sweet with delicately scented herbs as garnish. Simply dress a table with a breezy theme, select a few base spirits and mixers, prepare your garden-fresh snippets, and you’re basically set. For a fun signature touch, spike stir sticks with ice-cold melon balls, pineapple cubes and cherries. Ridiculously easy, right? Cheers!*
*As featured in Wedding Essentials Magazine
PHOTOGRAPHY Heidi Thorson (me)
STYLING Rachel Cain
TEXT Chris Christen
LOCATION Elmwood Park
STEP 1 Using scissors, cut plastic drinking straws to various lengths.
STEP 2 Hot glue straw sections to form geometric shapes.
STEP 3 Apply acrylic or spray paint and let dry.
STEP 4 Hang and add floral detail as desired.
As featured in Wedding Essentials Magazine.
I wanted mountains, I wanted city, I wanted water and wildlife. Salt Lake City hit all of those marks – and all without having to travel too far, too.
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