Can we say gorgeous AND delicious? My dear friend Randi Smith of Sugar Euphoria asked me to plan and design her bakery’s storefront grand opening, and it could not have turned out more perfectly! From the half naked, half hand painted watercolor cake that Randi created to the beautiful & vibrant florals to the on-point paper goods to Randi herself, Sugar Euphoria’s grand opening was such a dream!
I pulled in Springtime tones of pinks, corals, muted aqua, and golds through the lovely florals, my oh-so-favorite tassels, gold flatware, blush pink tapered candles, and pink champagne-filled flutes. You can’t toast to a grand opening without champagne, right?! This is such a marvelous accomplishment for Randi & her business, and it was the biggest honor to be a part of it and to celebrate her success with the community, her friends and family, and industry friends!
We had the wonderful Megan Kerns photograph this sweet event, and her talent captured these gorgeous, crisp images. It is always so fun working with these beautiful and talented women, and we pulled together a dream team!
Desserts + Venue: Sugar Euphoria | Photography: Megan Kerns Photography | Design + Planning: Stephanie Scholl Events | Florals: Meristem Floral | Paper goods + Signage: Sage Paper Co. | Rentals: CE Rental
4 thoughts on “Sugar Euphoria Grand Opening”
Hi Stephanie! Long time reader of your blog here. I was wondering if you had weight loss surgery or have you been losing weight? You look so, so amazing and happy in all of your pictures! I’m so happy that you’ve found love. You look radiant!
Thanks so much for reading & for your incredibly sweet words!! I haven’t had surgery or really lost any weight (as far as I know – ha!), but thank you anyway… it’s so appreciated! xoxox
Ahhhh thank you for the reply! I’m so excited to hear back from you! I was wondering what filters you use on your instagram photos to make them pop? Could you do a post on that? They always look so good.
Thank you so much!! I actually never, ever use a filter on Instagram, but I edit the photos through the Instagram editing options (I don’t use anything but Instagram to edit my photos). I generally bump up the brightness, sometimes adjust the contrast, add warmth, and then bump up the shadows + highlights. That’s it! And taking pictures in daylight always helps, of course 🙂