Philly’s Styled Creative Launches Styled Bride Wedding Services
Boutique design and styling firm Styled Creative may have gotten its start in Philly in the wedding world—we here at PW have even featured weddings planned and styled by them!—but for the past few years, it’s transitioned into more of a photo-styling business for both commercial and editorial clients.
And so, owner Beka Rendell decided to officially create a branch of Styled Creative that specifically focuses on weddings—pulling together decor, choosing bridesmaid dresses, nitty-gritty planning—and today is officially launching The Styled Bride!
Now it’s all neatly and clearly divided: Styled Creative will continue to focus on photo styling for commercial and editorial shoots and things like art direction for rebranding—and now, with the Styled Bride, you’ll be able to get their gorgeous aesthetic and design and style expertise along with actual, logistical wedding-planning help. And for that, Rendell has joined forces with wedding planner Susan Norcross, formerly of Two Rings One Circus, the planning company she founded after working for over a decade in special events in the city. Norcross will now be the Styled Bride’s wedding director.
Wedding planning and styling services will range from month-of coordination all the way up to out-and-out, beginning-to-end planning. And the ladies are pumped to get started! “Beka and I have collaborated on so many projects through the years, and this is just a natural fit for us,” says Norcross. And Rendell is excited to really clarify for their clients which of their services are the right fit for what they need. “We’ve always been so involved in the wedding world, and I think now with this company, we’ll be able to specifically focus on that,” she says. “Plus, we’re so excited to have Susan on board, and to be merging with Two Rings. We can’t wait to see what other fun opportunities come out of this.”
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