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Paintapalooza Wedding Ideas

When it comes to this styled shoot from Robin and Sarah of Gather Events, I’m just speechless in the VERY best possible way. The creative team designed a “Production Bruncheon” which quickly evolved into a party they lovingly dubbed “Paintapalooza.” Chock full of imaginative wedding ideas, you could easily design a bridal shower or crafting party around these inspired images. Check back soon as the ladies share some tutorials from the shoot!

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View all images from this shoot in the gallery

Shoot Location: Los Angeles, CA / Concept, Event Design, Production, and Styling: Gather Events / Shoot Photographer: The Why We Love / Shoot Venue: Studio 1342 / Floral Design: Honey and Poppies / Hair and Makeup: Fiore Beauty / Cocktails: Michael Nemcik / Calligraphy: Jimin Bruen for Petite Pig Chocolates / Videographer: Tower Films

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