Friday, December 25, 2009

David Tutera Wedding Decor

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas! I grew up in a Jewish home, so as a kid Christmas was always the most boring day of the year for me. To occupy my time today, I started documenting my headboard making process, then...I broke my camera by dropping it lens-first on the hard wood floor. So the bad news is that I won't be able to show you how I assembled my new headboard. The good news is that I'll be getting a Nikon D3000 very soon. I've been wanting one for awhile and I guess now is the perfect time after the demise of my shitty Canon.
Before the death of my camera, I took these pictures...of my laptop screen...that's how bad I wanted these pictures. David Tutera, a famous party designer keeps his portfolio under lock and key on his website so no one can steal his photos. I tampered with the site and tried every trick I know to copy some of the photos to my computer, but to no avail. So I apologize for the poor quality and the cursor that appears in some of the pictures, but I had to share the beautiful decor at the "bling" wedding David Tutera designed. I have already begun taking notes on the decor from this wedding. My reception will be very similar with all white flowers.
...Enjoy!







8 comments:

  1. Bahhh, how I wished I had the money to make my wedding look like that! I WILL live vicariously through my future daughter or daughter-in-law! The pics look fine BTW, we get the idea :D

    Congrats on the D3000, I received the same one for xmas (but my husband can't keep a secret so he gave it to me a few weeks ago, haha). I'll post pics soon!

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  2. Gorgeous!! I Cant wait to see pics from your upcoming wedding!!! Gardner Photo will make everything look even more amazing!!

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  3. I too tried getting p ictures from one of his weddings which were hard. I even bought one of the series on u-tube. It was the bling wedding with Cristina. I am going to try what you did in getting closeup pictures with my camera. Thanks again for the suggestions. I wish my wedding in August is as glamourous.

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  4. If you have one note from microsoft you can do a screen clipping, much easier!

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  5. An Easy trick: When the picture is open on your screen hit the printscreen button on keyboard and then paste into paintbrush- you can crop picture from there and save. =)

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  6. @anon: Thanks!! I actually figured it out a few months ago, I have a mac so it's a little different than print screen. I feel like an idiot for not figuring it out sooner!!

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