Thursday, April 5, 2012

Naomi Chokr Photography || The Three Kitcheneers || Sarah Tucker Events

My friend and talented sarasota photographer Naomi Chokr asked me a few weeks ago to style a set for the fabulous The Three Kitcheneers, and I immediately said YES!  Then I saw the photos of the set I'd be styling, and lawdamercy... hello dream kitchen.  It is like my pinterest board "dream  abode" came to life.  It's also for sale! {JB, you better work hard! i kid.  sort of.}  It was even more icing on the cake to hear Eri Vincent would be doing the make up, and Influence Style would be providing the clothes.  Hi there dream team.

Inspired by the set and The Three Kitcheneers we came up with an edible arrangement.  Set in an heirloom milk glass bowl was living peppermint, thyme, rosemary, and lavender.  The trick here was to make sure it had some dirt to keep it from going brown.  I set the table with more heirloom china, and placed a piece of dried lavender in between the glass plate and the charger.  Each piece of vintage silverware was different- made for an eclectic feel.  While the girls were cooking we placed charlotte's jadeite all around, kraft paper down for the baking (love this texture), and various pieces all over.  I carefully selected each piece - thinking, nothing can be ordinary.  Which usually means a piece from my grandmother, or something that caught my eye at a flea market.  

It was how all shoots should be.  Fun and relaxed but still getting the job done well.  I caught myself in stitches laughing from all of the girls.  Seriously, if you need to lose some calories just hope over and watch a couple of these webisodes of The Three Kitcheneers.
Lots more of these beauties on Naomi's Blog!  
Love the clothes?  of course you do. good news - 
each piece can be purchased at Influence Style online.  

happy, happy thursday!  

13 comments:

  1. I want to right there with all of you eating at the beautiful table!! Great job, Sarah!! It's beautiful. Congrats, friend! So happy for you :) :)

    xoxo
    Alisha

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  2. That looks amazing - great job. I want to go eat lunch or dinner with those girls (and you) in that fab house

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  3. Amazing job! You can see their distinct personalities and you are 100% correct about that kitchen. Amazing! You did so good Sarah :)

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  4. This shoot seriously belongs in a magazine Sarah... your work is always phenomenal! What gorgeous ladies too :)

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  5. soooo good. job well done my friend! I want that kitchen ASAP.

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  6. This shoot looks amazing. The lavender on the plate is such a lovely touch. I wouldn't mind having that kitchen either.

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  7. What a great shoot, Sarah! Those girls look like they were so much fun to be around, too!

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  8. amazing amazing job gorgeous!

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  9. All these photos are so great! You did such a fantastic job catching these beautiful ladies!

    Xoxo

    Just when you thought

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  10. beautiful styling, you clearly found the one job you have been doing all your life... your taste is wonderful, inspirational and i m kind of jealous :) happy easter!!

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  11. Wow, it looks so amazing and beautiful!!

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  12. youuuu are so talented, miss missy!!

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