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Garden Soiree

In continuation to this year’s Wedding Season; I had the pleasure of attending Hughes Manor annual Garden Soiree Bridal Event.  Hughes Manor is a timeless industrial yet modern indoor/outdoor weddings and events venue. During the Garden Soiree there was a meet and greet with the vendors and a fashion show. A couple of my favorite vendors at the event were Laced Vinyl Shoppe and Half Moon Lettering. Laced Vinyl Shoppe makes custom dance floor wraps, monograms, decals and banners. While Half Moon Lettering creates beautiful invitations and lettering by incorporating calligraphy and chalkboards. After the meet and greet we went inside to see the transformation of Hughes Manor. It was a true bridal delight with all the décor and the arrangement of the tables, chairs, stage, lighting, and dance floor. They even had hors d’oeuvre consisting of plantains, chicken and waffles. As well as tres leches cake for dessert provided by Churrascos . There was even an open bar thanks to Excel Pours bar and catering. Next, Now & Forever Bridal Boutique treated us to a fashion show with some of the hottest wedding trends in this season. The Show featured pure whites, unique patterns and shiny sequence fabrics. Lastly we ended the night by partying to a live performance from Rapture Houston. This was an awesome experience and I cannot wait to visit Hughes Manor again.  I have provided pictures down below along with links to my favorite vendors. Thanks for reading comment, subscribe, and share if you like.

 

Avery Scott

 

http://instagram.com/lacedvinylshoppe    www.halfmoonlettering.com      www.churrascos.com  www.nowandforeverbridalbtq.com      www.facebook.com/rapturehouston

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Bridal Showcase

         Spring time is here and the wedding season is among us. I was able to kick off this wedding season by attending J’Adore Events 1st Bridal Showcase.  J’Adore Events is a Houston based event planning company. Their event designers and coordinators take care of everything so you can relax and enjoy your special celebration. They provide you and your guests with a beautiful, memorable moment that is professionally managed with a personal touch. The event was held at Station 3, an industrial chic venue space located in the Houston art district. Once inside, I was greeted with a luxurious gift bag with all types of wedding swag inside. During the event we were able to mix and mingle with different wedding vendors. Some of my favorites were Atelier du Papie a paper studio that makes impressions to last longer than your event.   Brickhouse Bridal with their posh salon for designer wedding dresses, accessories and bridal-party apparel. Keisha’s Kreations was there offering fresh floral designs, decor and rentals in a seamless production from beginning to end. The last vendor was House of Hough they provide event decor such as tablecloths, chair covers, overlays and more. After speaking with a few vendors I went upstairs to enjoy the party.  The Dj for the party was my friend Lewis Grell he kept the party jumping all night.  They even had a thirty second slow motion booth.  Throughout the night we were given champagne, and a cranberry, pineapple and sprite spritzer.  For food we were given catering by Churrascos Steak & Seafood. They served seared beef empanadas with caramelized onions, cumin, malbec-soaked raisins and pimento olives and roasted chicken empanadas made of basil and candied pecans. There was Ceviche Copacabana with Costa Rican rainforest tilapia, gulf shrimp with jalapeno, red onion and cilantro. Fresh fruits like strawberries and plantains. For dessert they provided us with tres leches cake soaked in sweet vanilla laced cream and topped with a decadent meringue italiano. Overall this was a great experience and an awesome way to kick off this wedding season. I have provided pictures down below along with links to my favorite vendors. Thanks for reading comment, subscribe, and share if you like.

 

Avery Scott

www.atelierdupapier.com   www.brickhousebridal.com   www.keishaskreations.com  www.houseofhough.com  www.LGEntertainer.com   www.slomobooth.ca/

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Vermillion SS17 Presentation

      Last week, I had the pleasure of attending KYRA presents Vermillion Spring Showcase 2017 (SS17) Presentation.  KYRA clothing is a couture apparel brand in Houston. The Spring Showcase ’17 was held at the creative space Ronin Art House. Designer Kemi Alao explained to me that the Vermillion SS17 was inspired by tropical fish. She was so intrigued with how colorful they are and yet how translucent they appeared. Inside Ronin Art House Kemi models were arranged in an open U shape, with some standing on elevated platforms covered in netting. There was even art work from Johnathon Paul Jackson in background. The setup made you feel as if you were on sea voyage as you walked around the Vermillion collection. The collection itself consisted of many different color cloths from royal blue, bold red, and bright yellows. She blended different color fabrics like light bronze and dark emerald to make her items pop. Kemi did a great job at catching the viewer’s eye; a couple of her dresses were almost solid with a splash of color. Not too much but just enough to balance  it. While a few of her other designs she incorporated netting and rope material; I loved this because it resembled the colorful and translucent look she had told me about. At the end of the Vermillion SS17 showcase I was very impressed with the collection. I realized that KYRA Clothing is not afraid to take risk and that the risk she takes is what sets her apart from other designers. I tried not to give you so much detail, for I have for provided pictures of the collection down below along with a link to her site. Also do not forget to subscribe and comment if you want.

Avery Scott

http://instagram.com/kyraclothing   www.rentalsatronin.com   www.jpauljackson.blogspot.com

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The CINEBALL

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending/cover the Fresharts.org 2017 the CINEBALL. This was an awesome experience that got me super pumped for this year’s Oscars. Fresh ARTS is committed to the growth of a thriving, innovative and diverse arts sector in Houston. They enhance Houston’s arts community by connecting local artists, art organizations and patrons together. The event was held at the open maze-like Silos on Sawyers. Silos was an excellent choice; there were art paintings on everywhere. Once inside I noticed everyone was either dressed up or in a costume as their favorite movie character. There were people dressed up as Miley, Beetlejuice, James Bond, Poison Ivy, Old Hollywood, Cruella De Ville, King of Zamunda and many more.  Also the Sounds by A fistful of Soul had the place jumping; being out on the dance floor and being surrounded by people dressed up as celebrities really felt like dancing with the stars. Even the servers were in costume; their bodies were covered in gold paint to resemble the look of an Oscar trophy. The servers were passing out hors d’oeuvres from El Patio and Beaver’s. The spicy buffalo chicken nacho was my favorite. For drinks there was wine, champagne, specialty drinks by Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin and strong spiked slushies by Bacardi. There was even a snack bar just like the Oscars provided by Candylicious. After dancing and eating I decided to go explore the venue to see what else I could find. I ended up meeting two gentlemen one named Jonathon Palmer an aspiring actor at Next Iteration Theater Company. He will be in the upcoming play “Turquoise” starting March 17th through April 1st 2017. The other gentleman was John Whaley Jr. a Visual Artist. While speaking with him, I was able witness him finish a magnificent painting of Marilyn Monroe. Next, I ended up finding beautiful live body art paintings by RCC Creations. Throughout the Night there was a silent auction to help support rising artist and bring awareness to the art community. Not only could you place your bid on paper, but you could also conveniently text your bid. Overall this was an amazing event and I am glad to have experienced it. I have provided pictures down below along with links to everyone mentioned be sure to check them out. Also please don’t forget to comment and subscribe.

Avery Scott

https://www.fresharts.org   www.elpatio.com    www.beavershouston.com  www.candyliciouscandy.com  http://www.nextiterationtheater.com/turquoise   http://www.themuralproject.wixsite.com/houston

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