Today the Style Me Pretty Weddings Book hit the stands and we are so excited to have been featured in it! Erica and Steven’s wedding, photographed by Erik Ekroth, starts on page 156 under the appropriate Hatch category: Antique Chic! The book is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble and would make a great Holiday gift for any bride-to-be! Take a look here at our website for more photos from their wedding!

 Love the style of this wedding? Take a look at our Prop Shop for all the quirky props used for this special day!

We have some exciting news! Last month we installed a window at Rockefeller Center to showcase the Light of Life Foundation’s campaign against thyroid cancer. The Light of Life Foundation‘s mission is to improve the quality of life of thyroid cancer patients by educating the public and promoting development to improve thyroid cancer care.  The window was inspired by their “Check Your Neck” ad campaign. The EHE International window changes monthly, and is always dedicated to nonprofit organizations.  Yesterday, the New York Times wrote an article about the EHE International window and featured the Light of Life Foundation window! Read the full article here. We love being a part of such an important organization! Don’t forget to “Check Your Neck“!

Take a look a the behind the scenes of the installation of this fun project:

 

@hatchcreativestudio December 17, 2012

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High heel floral arrangements:

A wedding bonfire at the TriBeCa Rooftop:

Our last floral arrangement of 2012:

Repurposing fallen trees from the hurricane:

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A Hatch Holiday December 4, 2012

Decorating for the Holidays doesn’t have to be limited to garland, snow globes, and figurines. Whether it’s for your home or for a Holiday party, spice up your decor this year the Hatch way!

First, let’s start with the walls. Lean birch poles against the wall and layer in wintery elements, such as snowflakes and snowballs, to begin the transformation into a winter wonderland.

Wrapping objects in a soft knit fabric can take any ordinary item and make it Holiday appropriate. Wrap different wintery knits around candle holders or use it as wrapping paper for that “Secret Santa” gift.

Try this unique twist on a snow globe – fill various clear bottles with fake snow and hang them from a birch pole. Attach a tag with you and your friend’s favorite skiing mountains to each bottle.

If you are looking for less DIY options, we have some great winter props ready to attend any Holiday party such as vintage snowshoes, silver mercury glass, and a rustic sled!

If you are looking for a custom Holiday floral, we are happy to create whatever you can imagine. Check out our floral snowman – this Frosty won’t melt!

Happy Holiday decorating!