Kelli Hunt created a little tutorial for us based on the beautiful porcelain candleholders from the board yesterday.
-Wine cork or something of similar size
-DAS Air drying modeling clay
Step 1: Roll clay out to about an 1/8″ thick with the rolling pin.
Step 2: Cut clay with pizza cutter into 3/4″ strips, and cut ends to a diagonal.
Step 3: Wrap strips around wine cork, then take the clay off the cork.
Step 4: Place candles in holder to test the correct width. Take out the candles and let the clay air dry overnight (about 10-12 hours).
Step 5: Paint clay to desired color (white for this inspiration board).
Step 6: Place candles in holders and you’re finished!
This simple bridal portrait session in the mountains is made beautiful and amazing by many different factors, but our very favorite is the breathtaking location. Swap a city skyline for a mountain ridge, lake view, orchard, or garden and we'll take that any day!
We are thrilled to share Katie and Chris' elegant, Dutch Masters-inspired autumn wedding in England with you today. One of the things that is so enthralling about weddings that take place in Europe is the incredible venues, and the carefully restored historic home that Katie and Chris' wedding took place in is one of these amazing places.