02.13.15

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!

i hope you all have a weekend full of love. whether it’s with your significant other, your mom, sister, best friend, cat, dog, bird…you get the idea. just don’t text your ex (ha!)  grit and gold weddings sent over these fun valentine’s day party ideas and i thought i’d share them with ya. (but really you could use them all year long!)

love the addition of flowers in the balloon garland and donut cake!

design stylistpeyton frank for grit + gold
photographerben q photography
floristginger roots floral design
calligraphy: tiffani licona 

19 COMMENTS

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    Colleen says:

    That balloon garland is so fun! These pictures look like real life versions of Rifle Paper Co designs!

    wild nettle says:

    Everything looks very impressive.

    Emma Deer says:

    Absolutely stunning! That garland, though *drools*

    Veronica says:

    The flowers on the balloons are amazing. Who would have thought of the two together!

    I loved being a part of this shoot – everything turned out so beautifully!!

    Sjoukje says:

    I adore your photographs. I didn’t know about this site (shame on me) but I love it. Much love – Sjoukje
    http://www.lemontierres.com

    maggie says:

    Is that…a donut hole tree? Talk about love at first sight!
    http://www.unboundprocess.com

    Thanks for the love! We are huge fans!!

    Loved being part of this! Amazing team and amazing images….can’t wait to see more!

    Sammy says:

    love the balloons!
    and the donut tower, the only thing that could have made it better would be chocolate 😉

    Bailey says:

    Omg the donut cake – I could have used that today. For sure.

    Petra says:

    Are you sure it is donut hole cake?? Isn’t it croquembouche??

    Peyton Frank says:

    Yes Petra, it is a donut hole cake! I was inspired by croquembouche but donut holes were easier for me to make…it was also delicious to eat once we were done snapping pictures of it 😉

    Nicole says:

    I love the donut hole cake. I want to make one for my son’s birthday. Did you use a styrofoam cone and use toothpicks to attach the donut holes? How many donut holes did you use?

    Peyton Frank says:

    Hey Nicole! Yep, I just used a styrofoam cone from the craft store and toothpicks. It took a lot more donut holes than I was expecting. I think about 3 dozen or so. If you don’t want that many donuts just get a much smaller cone 🙂

    Noordeep says:

    How did they attach the garland to the balloon?

    kozi says:

    Planning a baby shower and ran across these pics. Balloon garland is a perfect to celebrate new life soon to be. Donut hole cake just replace cupcakes

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