A few months ago I had the amazing privilege of photographing a DIY Wax Paper Backdrop by the insanely talented Katie M. Kulper . She designs and creates the most beautiful displays for Anthropologie, so as you can imagine I was pretty excited when she asked me to work on this shoot with her.
Oh, and guess what! We were featured on Style Me Pretty! You can view our feature here. I am a bit behind in posting these photos but I had to show you all this loveliness. So here's a glimpse into this dreamy shoot! If you want to know how to make this beauty, head on over to Style Me Pretty for a step-by-step tutorial.
Here's a little peak into the tutorial for the backdrop and the lovely lady that created it. For the full tutorial look at the Feature.
Hope you are all having a lovely holiday season!
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