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  • Hocus Pocus 2 Inspired Fall Shoot

    In honor of Hocus Pocus 2 coming out today, what better way to celebrate than with a Hocus Pocus inspired styled shoot?! Giovanna from Olive and Gr...
  • My Top 5 Things to Have in Your Styling Kit!

    There are lots of pretty things that you may think of to include in your styling kit but the 4 that I absolutely have to have may not be so obviou...
  • How to Get Multiple Images from One Flat Lay

    If you haven't figured it out yet, flat lays take a lot of time. So if you put all of the time and energy into one, you might as well get the most ...
  • Pro Tip: Using the Rule of Odds

    There are a few "rules" you can remember when it comes to creating more eye pleasing flat lays. One of them is the "rule of odds". This is when yo...
  • 5 Essential Styling Items to Have in Your Flat Lay Kit

    Flat lays are a new trend happening in the wedding industry as well as the influencer and lifestyle community. Flat lays are images that are style...
  • How to Use Envelope Liners to Improve Your Flat Lays

    Flat lays are an important part of telling the wedding story and there are a few affordable and inexpensive things you can do to improve your f...
  • How to Elevate Your Details When Shooting a Flat Lay

    It’s important to remember that although you’re shooting a flat lay, not everything is going to be at the exact same level. You normally want your...
  • How to Dye Your Own Gauze for Styling

    Gauze is an easy and inexpensive item to add to your flat lays without breaking the bank. Plus you can easily create your own collection in differ...
  • My Favorite Thrift and Antique Stores Around Wilmington, NC

    The best places to find unique items for your flat lays are thrift stores! My sister and I love to go thrifting around Eastern NC and anywhere els...
  • So what exactly is a flat lay???

    Flat lay images have become a new trend in recent years with photographers, influencers and bloggers. A flat lay is essentially any image that's shot from above shooting directing down at products or the subject. The photography is normally standing above the subject shooting down towards the ground. And since the camera is above the subject, you normally want everything to lay flat and facing up, hence the term flat lay.