Joanna Fisher Workshop
Back in November, I hosted the very first Joanna Fisher Workshop over at the Gather and Lounge Warehouse in Bridgeport. It was an insane day of laughs, learning, and my multiple character voices that seep out when you spend more than 10 minutes in my presence.
Months and months of planning, blood, sweat and even some tears went into throwing this shin-dig, but it more than payed off when I walked into the warehouse bright and early that morning to find my fuzzy pipe dream had become real and crystal clear.
Thanks to the hard work of our dedicated event planner, Kate, of Kate & Co Events, we were able to compile the talents of the industry's finest:
Catering the delicious lunch for our attendees, and being general sweethearts: Forks and Fingers Catering
Bridal Gown and Accessories: Jessica Haley Bridal
Florals: Sarah Saunders Studio
Calligraphy: Penned by Alice
Hair and Makeup: MBD Beauty
Bespoke Wedding Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes
Videography: Millside Wedding Films
Vow Books: Wedding Story Writer
Tablescape: Borrowed Blu
Ring Boxes: The Mrs Box
Styling Surfaces: Heirloom Bindery
Wax Seals: Artisaire
Vintage Stamps: Verde Studio
Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic
Cake: Wildflour Confections
Rings/Jewelry: Trumpet and Horn
A huge shoutout to my social media guru, who's knowledge and expertise made this even a complete success: The Social Fox Marketing
AND to Constance Schiano, who covered the event, retrieved a forgotten cake, and kept me laughing in the hours of insanity leading up to the big day!
Attendees learned the ins and outs of wedding photography, submitting to publications, and crafting the perfect flat lay image - exactly what editors are looking for.
There was plenty of time built in for Q&A, and our fearless planner, Kate, gave a chat about how to shoot for other vendors, making a wedding day a win for everyone involved.
This Winter, our creation was featured in Munaluchi Bride Magazine, and I could not be more grateful. There is no thrill quite like seeing your work in print.
I sincerely hope that this workshop will be the first of many! May the learning never stop!
Here's a peek at all the fun we had, courtesy of Constance Schiano who covered the event!
I hope you'll join us next time!