Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Celebration of Baby's Christening

As told by Tania, Baby Sienna's mother,: "I’ve always been inspired and love the vintage theme , I also had a vintage theme for my daughter Angelina with the influence of angels, this time I wanted the theme to be soft, and still within the vintage theme with the influence of pearls and lace. When everything was put together, it just tied in nicely and looked amazing."
The backdrop, welcome sign and favor labels were supplied by us at Green Beansie Ink.  We customized the ballerina collection, removing the ballerina and slightly changing the color.
The ever so stylish flower arrangements were supplied by Blooms By Elle, they were hand selected with vintage colors and arranged into bird cage.  The pearl and ivory Picture frame Bomboniere were supplied by TheBomboniere and Invitation Factory.  Handmade cookies with a damask pattern to match the cupcakes and cake alternate with silver and white pearl pattern on others were supplied by Oh Sugar.

Sienna wore her sister Angelina’s dress, it is a couture gown made by Gowns by Vera, it is an antique beaded French lace gown with matching bonnet.  She changed in to a vintage crochet gown which was supplied by Little Boheme Boutique.  Both Sienna and Angelina wore customized pearl bracelets made by Rosie at Made for an Angel,
Tania and Angelina’s dress were also vintage lace inspired, Tania was dressed by the glamorous Alex Perry Designer and Angelina’s dress by Molly and Star.

The amazing cake and apothecary Lolly Vases and Cake stand was supplied by Cakes by Jo , with each individual pearl hand rolled by Joanne with a damask print on the icing complimented by a lovely pearl rosary bead draping over the top.  Lollies and candy sticks were purchased from The Little Big Company.

The handmade candle showing a centre pearl was supplied by Adorned Candle Boutique.
The Venue was OlivetoRistorante e Bar, and they delivered a fantastic menu which consisted mainly of seafood.

Photography: compliments of Simply Rosie Photography in Australia.

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