A few weeks ago Emily teamed up with island photographer Jocelyn Filley to create the most adorable girls garden party at Arrowhead Farm. Are you ready for a huge dose of cuteness?! This is a photo heavy post but it was almost impossible to pick our favorite shots.
Emily makes styling photoshoots look easy when it is really a hard job. Styling jobs like this are fun ways to collaborate with likeminded creative women and find new inspiration. It doesn't hurt that pretty horses and delicious cakes were included in this one!
All the special props Emily used to style this shoot can be found in the shop, including:
- Patterned Plates
- Fabric Pom-Poms
- Floral Tablecloth
- Flower Confetti
- Flower Crowns
- Picnic Basket
- Cupcake Liners
We made the sweet flower crowns from a variety of small blooms including wax flower, bachelor button, geum, and delphinium.
Emily made a simple but special Pin the Bee on the Flower game. You can easily recreate this game for your garden party. All you need is a chalkboard, chalk, masking tape, packing tape, and paint. Start by sketching flowers of your choice on the chalkboard. Next, make a simple bee body out of masking tape and paint it black and yellow. Cut little wings out of packing tape and stick them on to the body. You'll want to layer 2 pieces of packing tape together to make the wings so they don't have a sticky underside. Add another little piece of masking tape to the bee body so it can be pinned directly to the flowers.
Cover the kids' eyes with a blindfold, spin 'em around, and let them try to connect the bee to a bloom.
Arn't those floral gift bags filled with flower confetti (aka dried petals) just the best?! Such a simple and fun party surprise.
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