Vintage West Hollywood heatwave Styled Shoot at Haus 820
We love collaborating with some of our favorite vendors to present a themed styled shoot, and this West Hollywood Heatwave shoot provided the perfect display of vintage glamor. The stationary beautifully done by Erica Group presented the theme with the fonts, prints, and colors. Similarly, the florals by Ever After Vintage Weddings were just masterful. Haus 820 provided the pure blank canvas to pull off the styled shoot. We adore the dark floors, white brick walls, and tall ceilings.
The warm color palette was beautiful and could be implemented in a wedding at any time of year. Our Monaco Farm Table and Mahogany Chiavari chairs with ivory chair pads were perfect for the space.
Working with the beautiful Lauren Allen with Modern Muse was such a delight. She lit up the room and looked majestic in the wedding dress from The Bridal Finery. In the same way, Kristen Weaver captured the magic of it all.
Vintage Inspired Seating Area
The creative cake by Shannon’s Sweets and Treats reflected the warm colors and vintage fun. And, it looked so great sitting atop our Albert end table!
The creative concept came together because of the talented vision of Kellen McElhatten. The West Hollywood Heatwave theme was on full display in the seating area. The Isabella chair, Dorothy sofa, and Whitney chair accomplished the vintage look. And the Alex Coffee Table sat in the middle pulling it all together. Similarly, our pillows added fun pops of color and patterns.
We loved how this shoot turned out! And we look forward to weddings that reflect this vintage beauty in the future and can’t wait to use these featured products in upcoming weddings!
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Floral: Ever After Vintage Weddings | Stationary: Erica Group | Table Top Rentals: Treasury Rentals | Rentals: A Chair Affair | Hair & Makeup: Dorka Jones | Model: Lauren Allen with Modern Muse | Dress: The Bridal Finery | Cake: Shannon’s Sweets and Treats | Venue: Haus 820 | Creative: Kellen McElhatten | Photographer: Kristen Weaver