Events by Khadejah recently celebrated its three year business anniversary with a glamorous styled shoot. For this styled shoot Khadejah coordinated with a few of her favorite wedding industry creatives for a fun collaboration! Picking a theme wasn’t too difficult, Khadejah went for what she believes is the norm in today’s weddings. Whether the outfit be white or red, it seems like bride’s usually tend to instantly go for gold, ivory, blushes & pinks when it comes to their decor. Khadejah wanted to color coordinate a tablescape with chargers, napkins, napkin rings, programs, and centerpieces to display the extent of creativity that one can go with on their wedding day.
From Khadejah of Events by Khadejah:
“There are so many ways a bride can go about her wedding, but its very important to find that limit as well. To know where to stop and where the attention to detail is needed. The backdrop was a very simple and very budget friendly option for this shoot because my main purpose was to show brides they don’t need to spend so much on one place, when you can take that same money and distribute it to other factors of the wedding. You can get elaborate centerpieces and spend tons on them but then completely disregard the rest of the table. One factor will not make up your entire wedding, tons of tiny details will get you the vision that you originally dreamed of. That’s where a wedding planner comes in and helps guide you every step of the way, helping you make the best and smartest decisions for you and your wedding!”
Check out the beautiful shots from this coordinated styled shoot captured by Montenegro Photos!
Wedding Planner: Events by Khadejah || Venue: The Woodlands at Woodbury ||Make Up & Hair: Beauty by Tamanna || Photographer: Montenegro Photography || Linens: The Finishing Touch NY || Décor: Beyond Elegance Décor || Videography: Huqa Live || Wedding Cake: The Sweet Peace || Wedding Dresses: Bridal Reflections NY
Hi im getting married next year on march and can you please tell me how much will you going to charge for three events. What is the process and how everything works?