DWC Creative made it's way into the wedding world! A few weeks ago, I participated in an awesome event called The Big Fake Wedding [previously mentioned in this post] in Denver. Please learn more about it on the BFW Website!
As a vendor, I provided paper accents and signage for the wedding. I hand-lettered watercolor bunting, chalkboard signs, watercolor signage, paper flags, and hand-lettered cards to decorate the venue! I had a blast working with all the vendors and meeting new people. It was a great experience and it definitely allowed me to branch out into new projects that I am really excited about! [I will update you soon!]
Check out these links below! To Etsy, the Ruffled Blog Feature, and to The Big Fake Wedding Vendor Guide that provides a list for everyone that participated in this awesome event!
Photos from this past weekend's Denver Flea!
Boulder, CO Event Photography
I have to start by saying that Mud Whimsy was my favorite booth. I had to buy myself a hanging air plant!
She's got retro design and whimsical animal critters. What cute little ceramics!
I wanted everything from her booth!! Including her Puggle…
Her ceramics are available (Puggle not for sale) at www.mudwhimsy.etsy.com
MORE air plants, JELLY FISH air plants.
THIS SATURDAY, May 9th:
Find me with my camera trying to pick up tips on how to cure my black thumb
at The Boulder Home & Garden Fair
Denver Flea Season is here.
Ultimate hipster flea market full of local artists, food trucks, letter balloons, New Belgium booze, vintage finds, and crafty people. My kind of place!
Portraits and Pies! Such a clever idea!
I had to get one for DWC Photography! And a delicious BoyScout mini Pie (blueberry and lemon)
Follow these lovely ladies on Instagram @thelongipie @annieherzig or visit www.thelongipie.com/goods
I'm really looking forward to the next Denver Flea!
Firefly Handmade Market coming up in May in Boulder!
Let me know if you'll be there!
So this will be the second year I have made it up to Nederland for this fun event called Frozen Dead Guy Days. An event that includes a Hearse parade, coffin races, a costume polar plunge, live music, and craft beer does not leave room to disappoint. This quirky little town can get down celebrating a guy preserved on ice!
If you're wondering why the heck there would be an event that almost sounds like it should be on Halloween in the middle of March, I'll give you the short run down (and let me know if I have this wrong. It seems like it's too crazy to be true). 1989, a Norwegian man brought his recently deceased grandfather, Bredo Morstølto, to the US to store him on dry ice in a California cryonics facility. 1993, he and his mother brought Bredo to Nederland, CO to keep him in their backyard shed on dry ice (where he still currently remains!?). And since 2002, the tiny town (population of 1,446 teeny tiny) becomes a huge weekend long celebration to pay homage to their unique resident.
For more info the on FDGD event, visit their official website here or for more on the frozen Bredo Morstøl, Wikipedia
This year, Kay brewed a collaboration beer with Jeff Green of Very Nice Brewing Company and they tapped the beer during FDGD. A Cherry Saison! It was delicious. They got to talk about on the radio with the guys from Colorado Craft Beer Show AM 760, so that was pretty cool! Hopefully we will hear the whole interview on their website soon.
Twisted Pine Brewing Company also participated in the coffin race for the first time this year, but were paired up with the 5 year reigning champions for the first heat so they didn't make it too far in the competition. My favorite team theme was The Cereal Killers, all dressed as cereal mascots (Tony the Tiger, Toucan Sam, Trix Rabbit, Captain Crunch, etc)!
Here are just a few more photos from FDGD, and some friends we ran into.
These last 2 images are candids I took of some free spirited ladies that were sitting next to us. That would be cool if anyone in Boulder/Nederland recognizes them so I could give them a print! It's always a bummer when you don't bring business cards…