Galentine’s Brunch

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In this post, I told you guys that I was hosting a Galentine’s Day brunch will all my favorite blogger babes. Well, today I am so excited to share that it got published on The Every Girl! Check out the post here.

The inspiration behind this brunch came to me because I wanted to celebrate all of the hard working ladies that have become such good friends to me. I wanted each of the ladies to feel extra loved, so I worked with some of the best vendors to make this the best morning for everyone!

The florals were done by Angel’s Petals. She drew her inspiration from the Pantone color of the year.

“With this year’s Pantone color being greenery, I wanted to create a fun and fresh take on these Valentine’s inspired arrangements. I went with bright red dahlias in the place of your traditional roses, touches of whites and blush, with a lot of textured greens. I thought they were the perfect addition to this fun, glam, and girly celebration.

For the flower wall, I wanted to create something fun that I hadn’t seen before. So, I thought that I’ll create a happy little flower heart with an arrow of greenery to add some texture. The rose gold washi tape was the perfect finish to the “arrow” and really added that extra pop of glam”

I really loved how the flowers turned out! I also loved working with Chrissy from Harlowe James to create a unique table, dessert bar, and bar cart — we had the most delicious guava mimosas! I picked up most of the decor from Anthropologie and Paper Source. I wanted the decor to be feminine and glam — the pops of pink and gold were my favorite touches!

It was so great to spend the morning with all my favorite girls, especially the ones who drove into the city just to attend the brunch. It really meant so much to me! It was so fun to see all the girls in their pink dresses — you guys know that is my favorite color! And a huge thank you to all of the vendors who helped make this happen. And of course, the generous brands who sent such amazing items for the girls to take home in their gift bags!

Attendees:
Two Peas in a Prada // Sassy Red Lipstick // Whiskey and Lace // The Girl in the Yellow Dress // Advice From a Twenty Something // The City Blonde // Beauty Vanity // Sweet & Spark

Vendor credits:
Photography: Andrea Posadas // Stylist: Harlowe James // Coordinator: Katie Cramer //
Flowers: Angel’s Petals // Place Cards: Pretty Please Calligraphy // Drinks: One Hope Wine

Gifts:
Minted, One Hope, Agape, Gorjana, Petaluma & Co, Gigi New York, Tatcha, Plum Pretty Sugar , Ketsourine, Sweet & Spark

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