Updated: Nov 17, 2020
"Unicorn, But Make It Chic" Party Design For Pastel Loving Babes Of All Ages!
The first time I heard that you could get paid to style party was on The Party Girl Podcast. The host, Chelsey, an event planner, was planning a birthday party for her daughter. She presented the party theme as an opportunity for the brand to receive authentic lifestyle content and got a yes.
Here's the thing I've learned: Brand's love this. If your set up resonates with a company's ideal market, it's likely they not only would love to send you their items, but they may hire you to incorporate their product in your photoshoot.
Enter: My dream job.
Creating color palettes, concepts, and themes. Styling products and strategically decorating. Pairing products with items that resonate with the brand's target audience fuels my passion for marketing and creating! I've always been more passionate about styling a specific space than planning large events.
When organizing a styled shoot, I typically try to kill two birds with one stone to find something to actually celebrate. This way the arrangements and goodies are enjoyed and a brand receive product and lifestyle content.
The little model in this shoot is Kailey, the daughter of my go-to photographer, Kristina of Simply Picturesque. Although this celebration was technically for a 4-year-old's party, I designed the shoot to inspire pastel lovers of any age that a unicorn-inspired party doesn't have to be in your face horns or tutus.
This party was styled in a paid partnership with Sprinkles and Confetti. See the full list of vendors below!
Party Tableware: Sprinkles and Confetti
Floral: Petals and Promises
Cake & Cupcakes: Jennie Larche
Donuts: Starry Night Bakery
Donut Wall: Coogee Studios
Balloons: Party City
Wine: Cupcake Vineyards