Cristina Hajosy comes to you to for location portraits!
They say, “it’s all about the bride”, “it’s her day”. I don’t find that to be true very often. Jamie and Suzanne shared a fantastic evening at the Burlington Marriott. From cutting up with the guys to one of the funniest ring exchange of all times, this groom had his moments. All grooms should follow his advice with keeping it real – real fun, that is.
This all-day workshop will explore another beloved book structure, the Japanese Puncture (or “Stab”) Binding. The technique is especially useful because it joins individual sheets. The sheets can be edited and sequenced by the artist, then bound, resequenced and bound again, and again! – verses filling a bound book. This is my favorite artist’s book for visual journals, print collections, photo albums, signature books, and upscale scrapbooks.
Pink Uplights are this year’s wedding trend for receptions. Highlighting a table centerpiece, spilling up and onto the ceiling, adding a colorful splash to architectural details and dance floors… uplighting has become a fresh way to add visual excitement to a wedding.
The Bridal Suite, that secret, quiet inner sanctum… Maybe, maybe not! Getting ready for the wedding can be the most stressful time of all. It’s a whirlwind day, so start it off right.
This all-day workshop takes the bookmaking process from start to finish. Hand-designed papers can be used for all book components, just the covers, just the endpapers, or even just the text block. With unlimited color and texturing choices, Paste Paper is an exciting, easy technique to add to your repertoire.
Commissioned Mixed Media Artist’s Book with Presentation Box to honor the retirement of Dr. Gerald Hass. May 2014 Commissioned books are custom-designed, unique creations that can contain original art, writings, photography, and other personal ephemera. Excellent for weddings, baby or senior portraits, anniversaries, and memorials. Please contact Cristina Hajosy to discuss your specific needs.
When your neighborhood is Boston’s South End, keeping your wedding in the ‘hood is a fantastic idea. Planning a unique wedding reception can start simply with the idea of taking your family and friends to your favorite local bistro.
Whether you consider them, vintage, super chic, or old-fashioned, birdcage veils are back. These lovely styles remind us of the glamorous 1940’s and 50’s. A time when a more modern approach to the historical trend of veiling the bride really began to take off. No longer seen as a way to show purity, chastity and modesty, no longer a shield of protection against evil spirits, we are free to interpret in a modern context.
When it comes to wedding day transportation, the type of vehicle is only the beginning. While fairytale visions of riding off into the sunset seem simple, all the choices can be confusing. Focusing on basics can make your selection easier. How many people do you need to provide transportation for; just the bride and groom… Read More»