Doing a workshop is no easy task, there are a lot that needs to be organised, like stationary for the workshop & for the styled shoot, – preparation, what to discuss, – choices to make (like what to eat everyday), – what I should wear everyday…my whole closet was on my bed at one stage ;), – what styled I wanted the wedding shoot to be (seeing as many weddings as I do, it gets quite tricky, because there are so many beautiful things to do) and the list goes on and on.
The first day op the workshop was so nerve wrecking, but I quickly got the hang of it, once I started sharing everything about my craft it was as if I couldn’t stop talking and the time just flew past. In the end I think things went really well for my first workshop (at least I hope so)! I enjoyed the workshop so much and I can’t wait to start organising the next one!
The new workshop date will be available soon!
Here are some of the images I got from the workshop, one last time I would just like to say thank you to everyone who helped out, and if anyone else is interested in being a part of the next workshop, please get in touch.
Wedding Planner: Zanelle from Retro Room
Models: Lollos & Jaco
Venue, Decor & Flowers: Morrells Boutique Venue
Dress: by Jana from Silver Swallow
Suit: Euro Suit ~ ±R1200
Invitations & Stationary: Canvas Boutique Stationary
Shoes: Eros – Fourways Mall R340
Hair & Make-up: Sone from Shear Style (012) 3624610
Cake: Kelly Jayne
Other: Decor from Wedding Warehouse