GSS’s Things We LOVE :: Le Paperie Studio

We stumbled across Le Paperie Studio while browsing Edyta Szyszlo Photography’s blog.  Edyta had blogged about these adorable and FUN “Smitten Sticks” created by Le Paperie Studio.  When we traveled over to Le Paperie Studio’s Etsy site to check them out, we feel head over heels for all things Le Paperie Studio!  So, what started out as a post on “Smitten Sticks” has turned out to be a post on how much we LOVE Le Paperie Studio’s work!  Here are some of  our favorites from Le Paperie Studio:

First and foremost, the Smitten Sticks:

THE ORIGINAL Smitten Sticks™ kit inspired by Edyta Szyszlo Photography and designed by Vana Chupp of Le Papier Studio.  Now available in two more color combos and ready to ship within 5 days of your order.  This kit is an exclusive design of Le Papier Studio.  LAST DAY TO ORDER ANY SMITTEN STICKS KITS IS DEC.1ST, 2010. KITS WILL BE DISCONTINUED AFTER THAT DATE. GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST!!!

Custom Family Silhoutte Prints:


This includes the set of 3 silhouette prints at the bottom of the image OR you can order just the middle silhouettes.  These would make a wonderful and meaningful wedding gift.  These are SO sweet and we adore them!


Hearts and Hands Print:

This design would would look awesome framed and on your guest table.  It comes in 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, 12×18, and 13×19.  Hey, if you order the biggest size, this could also work as your guestbook!  Le Paperie Studio also uses this design as Save the Dates too!

Custom Silhouette Recessed Rocket Necklace – A Modern Heirloom:

WE LOVE THIS NECKLACE!!!  Grooms, this would make an unbelievably thoughtful and beautiful wedding gift for your bride!

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!  We hope you are now just as much in love with Le Paperie Studio as we are!

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2010 Wedding Trend :: Photo Props

In today’s Feature Friday we’re featuring several fabulous wedding photographers who are using props in their sessions!

Back in January, we did a post on The Top Wedding Trends for 2010  and we thought we’d expound on one particular topic from that post, Photo Props!

We know this trend isn’t all that new, we’re aware of that.  We saw this trend emerge in full force in 2009, but we had such a good time with it, that we’re sure it will stick around.  Props are being used in engagement and bridal sessions, and not to mention in the wedding itself.  Using props allows you to showcase your personalities as a couple.  Have fun with your photoshoots and let loose!  You won’t be sorry!

Such props include, but are not limited to:  fake mustaches, bicycles, oversized picture frames, balloons, banners, umbrellas, and fun hats.  Below are some of our favorite images using props:

And our favorite….

Photography Credits from top to bottom:  Our Labor of Love Photography, Natalie Moser Photography, Natalie Moser Photography, Maile Lani Photography, Maile Lani Photography, Maile Lani Photography, Maile Lani Photography, Julie Harris Photography, Jonathan Ivy Photography, Jonathan Ivy Photography , Gavin Photography

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