Monday, July 02, 2007

Finally, a break...

It has been one heck of a busy week. Dashing around, trying to get all our projects finished in time for the bridal show at the convention center, and weddings to shoot at the same time...Unveiling David Wright Photography's whole new look...

Friday, I had the pleasure of helping David photograph Amy and Brian's wedding at Immaculate Conception in Clarksville. It rained all day, and I wrecked my car on the way to the wedding--slid into a guard rail in the rain. But the wedding was beautiful, and Amy & Brian, and their families were so nice!

On Sunday, the biggest bridal fair--Weddings-- was held at the convention center downtown. We arrived early in the morning to set up the booth. We had designed all new colors, new sign, new brochures, new business cards, new lighting, new photographs...and this amazing floor canvas that we about killed ourselves painting in the days before the show. It was so humid here that we had a hard time getting the paint to dry in time! But we were pleased with the end result. Here are some photos of the booth right before the doors opened...







So, now that the show is over, I can get back to my portrait business. I hope to have a big announcement in the next few days!!! Stay tuned....

9 comments:

Rebekah Pope said...

Beautiful!

David Wright said...

Barbie, it is gorgeous and I love it!!! Thanks for all of your hard work and wonderful ideas. I really appreciate your talents. Thank goodness we survived the weekend.
Ciao,
David

Christie said...

wow, that is so amazing! i can't wait to hear your big announcement.

Sherry B said...

Everything looks beautiful!
Sorry to hear about your wreck... :(

the ubiquitous BLOG said...

Wow, what a beautiful booth... That floor canvas is gorgeous, I would never have guessed that it was "homemade". I would love to know how you made it... I need something for my kitchen and can't find anything I like.

In-Focus said...

Thanks all.

Ubiquitous...We had an artist friend order the raw canvas--10x25 feet. Then we painted it with two coats of latex primer, and two coats of the blue, two coats of the white, and two coats of the brown. Then topped it all off with 4 coats of polyurethane. All water-based latex paint from Sherwin-Williams. It took a week to do it.

Renee said...

it looks fabulous... can't wait to hear about the announcement!

Angela said...

Great job, Barbie! Can't wait to hear your announcement!!

Ellen said...

Wow, this is beautiful but I'l tired just thinking about how much work it must have been. Congratulations on getting it all done though. Looking forward to the announcement!