See a Styled Shoot in Real Life

I’m sure as a bride or even a wedding vendor, you’ve seen TONS of styled shoots in magazines and on blogs, but very rarely, do you get to see that styled shoot in real life!  Vendors come together for just a few hours and plan a spectacularly beautiful “faux” wedding day for a model bride and groom.  You get to see the details in photos, but don’t get to experience the beauty live.  Sure, you’ll go to amazing weddings for friends and family, but sometimes, don’t you want to see what something on a wedding blog REALLY looked like at a real event?

If you answered yes, then I have a great opportunity for you!  Tomorrow, April 3rd, 2014 at Crush Kitchen & Winehouse in Annapolis, a group of amazing wedding vendors will be doing a roaring twenties, speakeasy themed styled shoot.  And, we’re leaving it all up for you to see at a party for a great cause that evening!  This is your chance to see this amazing shoot, in real life, before you see it featured on a wedding blog.

Sound like fun?  Great!  Then, come to the Avergan Foundation Hush-Hush Speakeasy at 7pm at Crush and enjoy a fun night of food, drink and entertainment…AND get to see this styled shoot in real life.  Tickets are $35 ahead and $40 at the door.  If you buy tickets today, you get a $25 gift card to Annapolis Bike & Sport.  Included in the cost of the ticket is one free drink, yummy food provided by Crush and lots of entertainment – live music, vintage vaudeville hoop performance, dance lessons, a photo booth and more!  AND, you get to see this styled shoot in real life. Get your tickets here!

The best part is that the ticket cost is actually a donation to the Avergan Foundation. Avergan Foundation was created to promote the awareness and acceptance of autism spectrum disorders and provide hope to affected families.  Your ticket cost is a donation to the foundation that will help so many children and families in the Annapolis area.  To learn more about our foundation, please visit

6 thoughts on “See a Styled Shoot in Real Life

  1. Lovely post! Thankfully, we don’t live in military hoinusg! We actually live 30 minutes away from post, which is the way I like it My husband is spending yet another year in Iraq, and this is yet another Christmas we won’t be spending together. But, we’ll celebrate in July, when he comes home for R&R!

  2. We have a great opportunity in Rhode Island to certae a modern hub of transportation with an emphasis on those commuting to the capital. Providence Station is steps away from the State House and where legislators and visitors should be encouraged (through marketing, planning and design) to utilize the existing infrastructure. Also, moving the bus terminal from Kennedy Plaza to the vacant, undeveloped parcel alongside Providence Station near The Cove would be a tremendous improvement for both downtown and as a modern, multimodal hub for the city-state. Still not sure why these two facilities haven’t been combined and condensed into a single hub, or at least talked about.Expansion of the garage at Providence Station or the addition of a new garage closer to state offices would appease motorists unwilling or unable to commute via public transit and could possibly free up land for further redevelopment and/or reuse the surface lot closest to the state house on the easterly side.

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