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2012 Inspired Creations Contest

I was recently involved in a photoshoot with many other wonderful Chicago vendors at Loft on Lake. Our team was lucky enough to be chosen to do a live display at Indie Wed 2012. Below are some pictures from the live shoot, and make sure to vote for our team by leaving some comments at the Elizabeth Anne Designs website: http://www.elizabethannedesigns.com/blog/2012/02/06/french-tea-party-dessert-display/


Thank you again to all the awesome vendors involved in this shoot!

Photographer –  Julia Franzosa Photography  \ Wedding Planner – Naturally Yours Events  \ Bridal Gown - Mignonette Bridal  \ Cakes – Luscious Layers Bakery  \ Pastries - Floriole  \ Floral – Larkspur  \ Stationery and Paper Products - Julie Hanan Design  \ Table – Architectural Artifacts  \ Wall Artwork - Emmy Star Brown \ Makeup Artist - Makeup Your Beauty \ Hair Stylist – Erica with Lather Salon  \ Veil and Accessories - Violet Bells  \ Model- Jill Nyquist


10 comments (Add your own)

1. Patricia wrote:
" I love you to the moon and back" with proverbs 3:5 mtpsaed on the back or on an additional circle pendant- and here is why:God has chosen up to this point to not allow my husband and I to carry a child to full term. Last year we felt God's call to become foster parents. Our first little girl was on our doorstep three days after we got licensed- she was 7 weeks old. This sweet little girl is now 15 months old and SO loved. We just got word that she will be leaving us shortly and it breaks our hearts. We have faith that God is in control, but I love this necklace because even though children may come and go my love for them which is so deep will always remain.Nicole:)annkallmeyer@hotmail.com

Fri, April 20, 2012 @ 12:42 AM

2. Eli wrote:
I love juliethefish igndess! I ordered a piece from her before when she did a donation thingy for you! I've been wanting to order a "Grandma" necklace for my mom but haven't bitten the bullet yet so if I won, that's what I would do!amber.mucklin@att.net

Fri, April 20, 2012 @ 7:04 AM

3. Cleomar wrote:
I would pick the wedding cake eervsr. I love how simple and beautiful it is.Your babies are getting so big. They are such beautiful little babies and I am so happy for you and your husband.

Fri, April 20, 2012 @ 9:18 AM

4. Rinitaurus wrote:
- It really is aznimag seeing how each photographic eye is different. I never would have seen the 3rd image at that garage. It's so beautiful. Great couple and great shots.February 25, 2010 4:11 pm

Fri, April 20, 2012 @ 2:49 PM

5. Deenise wrote:
Hi Josie!looking at opening this Tuesday the 7th, hwveoer this is subject to change due to renovations of our new shop still being completed. Please like our facebook page to get up to the minute info about all things co-op related

Fri, April 20, 2012 @ 5:28 PM

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Sat, April 21, 2012 @ 3:09 AM

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Sun, April 22, 2012 @ 5:35 AM

8. Alessia wrote:
Wow..these pictures are alazingmy irresistible to look at..it makes the pictures more beautiful and sweet to look at.The way the shots look, this is a work of art..one look of it and it catches all your attention.

Sun, April 22, 2012 @ 10:04 PM

9. Amit wrote:
ඕක පටන් අරන් තියෙන්නෙ මෙහෙමයි..In Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (1392), the "Nun's Priest's Tale" is set Syn March bigan thritty dayes and two. Chaucer albbpory meant 32 days after March, i.e. May 2, the anniversary of the engagement of King Richard II of England to Anne of Bohemia, which took place in 1381. However, readers apparently misunderstood this line to mean "March 32," i.e April 1. In Chaucer's tale, the vain cock Chauntecler is tricked by a fox.In 1508, a French poet referred to a poisson d’avril (April fool, literally "April fish"), a possible reference to the holiday. In 1539, Flemish poet Eduard de Dene wrote of a nobleman who sent his servants on foolish errands on April 1. In 1686, John Aubrey referred to the holiday as "Fooles holy day", the first British reference. On April 1, 1698, several people were tricked into going to the Tower of London to "see the Lions washed." The name "April Fools" echoes that of the Feast of Fools, a Medieval holiday held on December 28.In the Middle Ages, New Year's Day was celebrated on March 25 in most European towns. In some areas of France, New Year's was a week-long holiday ending on April 1. So it is possible that April Fools originated because those who celebrated on January 1 made fun of those who celebrated on other dates. The use of January 1 as New Year's Day was common in France by the mid-sixteenth century, and this date was adopted officially in 1564 by the Edict of Roussillon.In the eighteenth century the festival was often posited as going back to the time of Noah. According to an English newspaper article published in 1789, the day had its origin when Noah sent his dove off too early, before the waters had receded; he did this on the first day of the Hebrew month that corresponds with April.ඔය මගුල ලංකාවට ගැලපෙනවද නම් මම දන්නෙ නෑ. ඒ උනාට ඔය දවස මහ කරදර දවසක්.මේ අවුරුද්දෙ නම් කවුරුත් මාව රවට්ටන්න ආවෙ නෑ. ඒ උනාට ඔය දවසට කාටවත් ආරංචියක් කියන්නත් බෑ. පලයන් යන්න බොරු කියන් නැතුව කියනවා. අන්තිමට දිවුරන්නත් වෙනව ඒක ඇත්තක් කියල ඔප්පු කරන්න. ඇත්තක් කිව්වත් කවුරුවත් විශ්වාස කරන්නෙ නෑ. අපේ ගමේ ඉස්සර මලගෙයක් වෙලා තියෙනව අප්‍රියෙල් 1 වෙනිද දවසක, අන්තිමට මල ගේ ඇහැට දැක්ක ගමේ මිනිස්සු විතරයි ඇවිල්ල තියෙන්නෙ මල ගෙදර. ඇයි පනිවිඩේ කියන කවුරුවත් විශ්වාස කරල නෑ. බොරුවක් කියල හිතල තියෙන්නෙ. ඔය වගේ බහුබූත දවස් තව තියෙනවනෙ.. වැලන්ටයින්, හැලොවීන් වගේ. ඕව ඉතින් නවත්වන්න බෑ. අනුගත වෙනව මිසක්. 0 likes

Sun, April 22, 2012 @ 10:07 PM

10. gytwnmvd wrote:
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Mon, April 23, 2012 @ 12:23 AM

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