Where do I begin? Let me just start by saying I first came across the Pink Party by White Kite Studio last year just after I had quit my design job to start freelancing full time. I was desperately looking for some creative business help and I had my name on the list to sign up for the next workshop. Little did I know, a few months later I’d be sitting at the LAST Pink Party workshop as the workshop administrator. And if you told me I’d be the one photographing the entire event, I really wouldn’t have believed you. Life really does have a funny way of working out!
Anzel and I organised 3 workshops at the end of 2016. First in Durban, then Gauteng and lastly the Western Cape. I was beyond excited when the day finally arrived and it was the Western Cape’s turn to party. Behind the scenes, it was a lot of hard work and preparation, so I knew it was going to be one of those unforgettable experiences. The workshop is run by Anzel van Biljon from White Kite Studio. It’s an intense 3 day workshop made just for creative entrepreneurs to show them how to focus their brands, grow their tribes and to get them excited about their business again.
The workshop was hosted at the brand new venue, The Styling Shed in Stellenbosch. All the florals done by the amazing Leipzig Floral Designs.
Delicious PINK food to fit in with the theme all by the wonderful Food Fox.
There’s something about Pesto Princess products. They simply have that royal taste of the finest local, quality ingredients. I’ve been a fan of their pestos for years (a jar does not last long in my fridge) and when I discovered their NEW range of healthy soups, I could not have been more impressed.
The lovely ladies at Pesto Princess kindly sent the whole new range of their products to my door to try out! I was pleasantly surprised that each one has that tasty homemade goodness. Winter couldn’t come fast enough!
The amazingly talented Jenni Elizabeth hosted a photography workshop earlier this year and I was lucky enough to be there. I didn’t know what to expect since I have no previous wedding photography experience and this was my first workshop, but those two days blew me away! Attending the workshop was one of the BEST decisions I’ve made this year and an experience I’ll never forget. Take a look at Jenni’s post here (it’s a good one!).
Here’s some of my favourite moments that I captured at the workshop and let’s not forget the wonderful service providers involved: The Styling & Coordination | The Venue | The Dress | The Make-up | The Models
Most importantly, thank you to Jenni for sharing so much with us over these two days!