Save the Date! The Portland Tweed Ride will be on Sunday, April 8, 2018

I often have the opportunity to work with some really fun public events around Portland. This year I’ve been involved with the Portland Tweed Ride organizers’ group and had the opportunity to help them produce some promotional media for their event, starting with a Save the Date card.


We were able to secure the wonderful Evrim Icoz Wedding Photography to shoot the photos, and Event Cosmetics to handle the hair and makeup. Nea Posey, one of Katherine Sealy’s Event Cosmetics clients, and Jeanie Whitten-Andrews, who had worked with Evrim before, stepped up as models. Event Cosmetics also secured the indoor venue, Oregon Historical Society, for us. Luckily, I owned a great deal of the props and attire in my personal collection, so it wasn’t hard to put together the shoot!

A quick stop by Elephants Deli for some bread, Champagne (actually it was Cremant de Bourgogne — a more affordable alternative to having Champagne from the actual region of Champagne) and glassware; and also Gifford’s Flowers for some blooms to adorn the vintage bikes, and we were all set. I hope you enjoy the photos and our vision! And of course, I hope you’ll join us on the ride on April 8th, 2018.
Graphic design by Meagan Ghorashian.





PhotographyEvrim Icoz
Models: Nea Posey and Jeanie Whitten-Andrews
Planning and ProductionEJP Events
Hair and MakeupEvent Cosmetics at Da:Da Hair
LocationsOregon Historical Society; and South Park Blocks; Portland, Oregon
CateringElephants Deli
1973 Raleigh Sports and 1973 Free Spirit Bicycles: Private collection, Emilynn J. Pumarega
Picnic Blanket: Yakima Camp Blanket in Blue Heather by Pendelton Woolen Mills
Clothing on Nea: Model’s own
Clothing on Jeanie: Tweed vest from Gap via ebay; Pussycat bow blouse, Argyle socks, and tweed trousers from Uniqlo. Pink velvet accordion pleat skirt from Target. Flat cap from London Fog; all courtesy EJP private collection

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