Anthropologie’s BHLDN at Chestnut Hill

Last week I had a blast shooting an event and fashion show for BHLDN (Anthropologie’s sister brand.) The Chestnut Hill store is the fourth shop-in-shop for BHLDN, which combines my two favorite stores, Anthropologie and BHLDN. When Eric and I got married 3 years ago, BHLDN had just opened their online store a month before we left for our wedding, so I quickly snatched up a killer necklace, but if I could have wore one of these dresses, I would have been a very happy camper. There’s always the renewal! Fast forward 3 years and I had the opportunity to immerse myself in all of their pretty little things (as well as Foret Design’s florals) for an evening, and check out their newest looks for the season.

Here is just a taste of the evening, and ladies, if you haven’t chosen your dress and/or bridesmaids dresses yet, definitely stop by the store to see these pieces, and more, in person!

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Featured Work

Over the summer I was honored to be a part of an editorial shoot for Bliss Celebrations hosted by the Cyclorama. Together with an amazing team of vendors, all who knocked it out of the park, we brought a fabulous birthday bash to light. Executive Chef Kevin Marsland of MAX Ultimate Food made several incredible dishes, all of which I regretfully didn’t have a chance to sample. And Food and Pastry Chef Mark Soliday of Confectionery Designs provided the killer desserts you’ll see below.

Now can we talk about those orchid lamps!? Event and Floral Designer John Orton is the brain child of those stunners! And last, but definitely not least, no shindig would be complete without Rentals Unlimited whimsical details you’ll see all throughout these pages, and invitations by Papers. (Cover photography by Carla Ten Eyck.)







In addition to the styled shoot seen above, Jeremy and Josh’s wedding at the Peabody Essex Museum also graced the pages of the 2014 edition! Check out their feature below, and be sure to peruse my original blog post from their wedding HERE!


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