A few weeks ago, I had the distinct privilege of attending Elizabeth Messina’s A Lovely Workshop. I shared some Instagram snaps a while back, but I’m finally able to share some of the pictures from my “real camera” from our time at the beautiful Sea Island Resort.
As most of you already know, so much hangs on the details. A big part of the reason that the workshop and time spent at Sea Island was so special was a result of the details. An attention to the smallest corners and a commitment to presenting everything beautifully made all the workshop attendees feel really valued and cared for. Since the workshop, I’ve spent time thinking about all the different ways this bears much importance in my life (and yours, I think). All the ways we can pay attention to the details in our homes, workplace, putting together events, photoshoots, and more. I cannot thank Elizabeth (and her whole team – see below) enough for being generous with her time and talent and teaching me so much!
Because we spent three whole (fabulous) days at the Resort, I have lots of goodness I want to share with y’all. So much, as a matter of fact, that I am going to break it up into several posts. I know that many of our customers and friends are professionals in the wedding and event industry, so you can appreciate just how wonderful and dedicated and TALENTED this team was. Be sure to visit their websites to learn more and see more of their work. Seriously, I cannot recommend every single one of them highly enough.
Location – Sea Island Resort
Fabulous Stylist – Ginny Branch
Floral Designs – Amy Osaba
Vintage Rentals and Set Design – Krista Janos (Blue-Eyed Yonder)
Printed Materials – Wiley Valentine
Hair and Makeup Erin Skipley and Claudia Mejerle
Calligraphy – www.may-belle.com
Encaustics with Leah Macdonald
Albums – Velvet Raptor and Artifact Uprising
*I’ll be sharing more links to partners, providers, and teachers in the coming posts — I just didn’t want to overwhelm you with more beautiful sites than you could possibly visit!
More Lovely coming soon! And visit the other attendee’s blogs and/or websites to see more:
*You can also see some of Elizabeth’s inspired captures, and some more behind-the-scenes-looks at the Utterly Engaged blog and magazine.