If you’re feeling a little crafty or in the mood for some rainy day activities why not have a go at this D.I.Y. paper bunting from the One Fine Day Wedding Fair?
The One Fine Day peeps will be sharing more D.I.Y. idea like this so make sure you keep an eye on their blog.
As stylists, it is most often the magic that lies in the details that makes what we do so special. It’s clear when watching any of the wedding films from No Limit Pictures that they too have a keen eye for the details that make a wedding so special to the bride and groom. This could be the pinning of your grandfather’s cuff links through the button holes of a crisp white suit shirt- you can smell the fresh linen and feel it against your skin as if you’re re-living your special day. Or it might be the embrace you share with your best friends while you’re getting ready, after having the chance to tell them just how much it means that they are there with you on this day.
The boys from No Limit seem to have a knack for capturing all these special moments and bundling them all up in a heart-felt package of a short film. These few minutes are a moment of time that you will have forever and something you will watch again and again and be able to feel, smell, hear and remember all the things that pull on your heart strings.
If you want to see more of their work or say hello to the boys behind the camera, take a wander over to their Facebook page or Website.
Oh cherubs do we have exciting goodies for you! It’s the day after one of our most incredible photoshoots yet and though we are dealing with some aches and pains from a hard days work it was all worth it for the absolute magic that came from yesterdays efforts.
Boy did we have the dream team, where do we start!? Firstly the She Designs team who are so passionate about what they do, they really are the glue that hold our little family all together. The ah-maze-ing floral designs (including all the head-pieces) were crafted with love by The Sisters and the one and only Abbey Love dazzled us all with her make-up and hair styling artistry. Our aesthetically-pleasing models (to say the least!) Nicole, Kellie and Erin were dressed up by Dolly-up Vintage Emporium and Indigo Fleur. Our favourite boys from Evoke Images and John Benavente were our personal paparazzo for the day and No Limit Pictures captured it all to make our own little motion picture!
We’re not about to give it all away just yet but here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come…
Studiosomething have made this cute clip that illustrates the One Fine Day Sydney wedding expo in a nutshell. We love a little bit of stop-motion and this film makes us a little bit excited for next years One Fine Day fair.
She Designs recently embarked on a vintage trail exploring the nooks and crannies of Melbourne on the hunt for pieces to add to our new collections.
Thank the stars we had our trusty truck because boy did we score. From sunrise to sunset we spent the days exploring markets, stores and auctions and not once did we set foot in a space that was anything but vintage.
We had a 5am start to make sure we didn’t miss out on any treasures at the Camberwell Sunday Markets. We were also lucky enough to explore the Mill Markets- a go to place for anyone visiting Melbs.
One of our favs was the Lost and Found Store on Brunswick Street. This was one killer store and the girls that work there light up the store and are just lovely to be around.
Along the way we stopped at some incredible cafes and bar with the most divine treats. Provenance on Smith Street in Brunswick was just amazing, as was the sweet little Vegie Bar. We stopped for divine French toast at De Clieu French Café and had a drink at Der Raum Bar.
This month She Designs is going to be part of the One Fine Day wedding fair. This is the kind of event for creative couple who aren’t into the usual wedding expo vibe.
One Fine Day is sure to be inspiring for those planning their wedding but also inspiring for the vendors like us. We are pleased as punch to be a part of this and to meet and great some of the other talented vendors.
We were interviewed for the One Fine day website to have a look at the full article click here, otherwise read away at this little snippet…
What is your definition of a ‘One Fine Day’?
One fine day for me would have the perfect soundtrack, like if I were to play myself in a movie. I would wander around the clock shopping and discovering new places, along the way I would find an intimate gig. I would come home to my wonderful family and spend the evening nestled together in front of the fireplace.
What do you love the most about what you do?
I think in a past life I must have been a therapist. I love meeting my brides and we always seem to have these special moments of raw reality- there’s been quite a few tears in the showroom!
I also love that my job revolves around shopping; it’s so gratifying to find something I’ve been searching for then using it to create something beautiful.
Favourite thing about weddings?
Without a doubt it’s the moment when the bride is walking down the aisle and she looks up at her groom’s eyes. In that instant you can feel their love percolating from every pore.
Grey scale or colour?
Colour because a world of black and white wouldn’t be as beautiful
Summer or winter?
This is tough… I would choose summer for the balmy, champagne-filled evenings that last much longer than the winter nights.
Tea or coffee?
Coffee for the mornings, tea for the afternoons
Three words to describe what you’ll be bringing to One Fine Day……..
Lace, love and laughter
Issue 15 of the White Magazine has hit the stands. We had so much fun styling this Field of Dreams shoot and working with all the fabulous peeps from White. Watching photographer Ben Adams work his magic was so inspiring even when things got a little tricky (think white gowns and mud!). The shoot was set in the stunning Hunter Valley at Tomago House. The guys from White have made a behind the scenes film, which you can check out below.