If you’re the type of reader who often pops by the Bridal Musings’ Film Gallery (you know that special place where I share some of the most gorgeous wedding films out there) then you’ll recognize the name Birdhouse Productions.
I like to feature their films. A lot.
Natalie is one of the sweetest and most passionate people in the wedding industry I’ve had the pleasure to ‘e-meet’. She’s all about personal connections, with her clients and other creative folk in the wedding industry and it’s those personal connections that led her to create and host an exciting new wedding show called Borrowed.
She made a series of charming inspirational films to promote what Borrowed is all about ~ couples being true to themselves and not conforming to what a wedding ‘should’ look/be like.
Borrowed is an unconventional and interactive wedding show on a mission to inspire and connect couples with creative vendors. There will be 40 + vendors of the chic and unique variety showcasing their lovely wares from photobooths to accessories to amazing photography.
And there will also be a chance to meet some of my favourite wedding bloggers including Bree from Capitol Romance (this girl is all about thinking outside the box!) and the lovely girls from Bayside Bride too.
Here’s what you need to know:
What A wedding show for the creative “I Do.”
Where American Visionary Art Museum – 800 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230, USA
When Sunday, April 1, 2012 – 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Who (the vendors) Check out our lineup of visionaries over on the Vendors page
Tickets You can buy tickets online.
little very late to the party as Borrowed is actually happening this coming Sunday! (Better late than never I suppose)
So those of you on the East Coast (USA) who haven’t snapped up your ticket yet better hot foot it over to the Borrowed website. Because, judging by the vendor line up, it’s going to be all kinds of awesome.
All photos by Jillian McGrath
I’m going to share a few more of my favourite Borrowed films in the Film Gallery so head on over there if you fancy a little more ‘out of the box’ inspiration!