A few weeks back I shared a sneak peek of the Tallulah trunk show and brunch hosted by Uptown PR & Juley of the blog Upperlyne at my fave local boutique Hattie Sparks. Today I’m happy to share the beautiful professional photos Erika Parker captured of the day. It was fun and festive, with cute goodie bags and fashionistas galore. Hattie and I discussed the theme and I hand picked, styled and set up each station. This event is a perfect example of how just a little bit of Vintage can go a long way, and how careful attention to detail and design can really make your party unique. Plus it was a wonderful way to showcase Mrs. Vintage in a whole new light! I loved being a part of New Orleans Fashion Week and am already looking forward to Spring and more fashion forward events and shows.
Rose Buffet looking good outside Hattie Sparks. We pulled the top drawer open and put a few goodie bags in there as well to add dimension.
I painted the pumpkins gold, white and glitter to match the colors at Hattie Sparks. The striped navy & white ribbon really makes it pop! See the tutorial here.
The grand Napoleon Chalkboard looks great against Hattie’s striped wall.
Designer and founder of Tallulah, Heather Williams.
Apple crates and vintage bottles are always a nice touch.