|Tara Parekh Photography|
I had a great two-part interview with Balance Boudoir Photography. Rissa Miller, professional photographer, and Ashlee Riddle, hair stylist and owner of Up Do’s for I Do’s, tell us all about what they do at Balance Boudoir Photography. Plus they gave us lots of tips for making the photo shoot experience comfortable and fun!
|Julianne Smith, The Garter Girl|
I loved talking to The Garter Girl, Julianne Smith, because her garters are handmade and a lot of what she does is custom. Not to mention beautiful and eco-friendly! Smith is also one of the editors of United With Love, a wedding blog for the D.C. area.
|Maria Louise High|
In my interview with Maria Louise High, owner of Little Blue Studio, we talked about her lovely handmade fabric flowers. The perfect accessory for the wedding day (or rehearsal dinner, or well, any day)!
I'm not sure if this "counts," but I did write a bit about my creative process , if you would like some insight into Alexandra Webb Jewelry (me)! Of course, I am always posting about my custom bridal jewelry.
I also got to sit down with my friend, Mia Antalics, owner of Garnish Boutique. We talked about her business, trends in bridesmaids attire and tips for brides.
|Madeleine Homes, La Papillon Spa|
I took a trip to La Papillon Spa in Lutherville to interview Madeleine Homes, spa owner, make-up artist, and "eyebrow whisperer." We talked about all of the wonderful services she provides to brides and their maids. In Part 2 of the interview, Homes gave us some great ideas on how to prepare for your wedding day and working with a make-up artist.
|Felicity C Weddings|
I also got to interview Felicity Carmody of Felicity C Weddings. She explains the role of a wedding planner and all of the ways she can help in the planning process (plus make the day of the wedding much easier for everyone involved). In Part 2 of the interview, Carmody gives us some wedding planning tips, plus her favorite Baltimore wedding vendors!
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