• Read This Before Doing Another Flat Lay

    01 Feb , 2019

    Do you sometimes struggle to get a good flat lay no matter what you do? Here are the two most common flat lay mistakes, and how to easily fix them to get beautiful flat lays every time. RANDOM PLACEMENT OF OBJECTS Less is more, so when in doubt about the number of objects you're using, take some away. Nothing makes a flat lay messy looking faster than too many randomly...

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  • How to Make Your Flat Lays Look Natural

    01 Feb , 2019

    The formula to a natural looking flat lay that makes sense and evokes curiosity to the viewer is exactly like forming a well written sentence. Think beyond what you see being used over and over again in flat lays (i.e. ribbons, ring boxes, invitations, coffee cups) and tell a story with your objects instead of simply adding elements that may or may not make sense for the sake of adding...

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  • How to Style Wedding Invitation Flat Lays

    01 Feb , 2019

    Get the flat out of your flat lays! Stacking, layering and varying height of items in your flat lay is one of the easiest ways to elevate the look of your flat lays. Use your styling tiles or trays to elevate pieces, or use small makeup sponges for a cheap, lightweight and easily stackable solution. This is an especially important technique when styling paper goods since they can look too...

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  • Minimalist Flat Lays

    01 Feb , 2019

    Elaborate flat lays with many objects are amazing to look at, but sometimes a simple flat lay with one to five items can tell a powerful visual story too, especially when using flat lays for product photos or under a time crunch on a wedding day. Sometimes adding more pieces to the flat lay can make it look chaotic and take the viewer's attention away from your main objects. A...

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  • How to Stack Vessels in Flat Lays

    01 Feb , 2019

    Stacking vessels is a great way to add depth and interest to your flat lay, but before you go stacking everything you can find, here are 3 tips to stacking for maximum visual impact. 1. Stack vessels that are either a set or that match in color and texture. Stacking metal and wood together, for instance, can look messy and unappealing. Keep the colors of your vessels as similar as...

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