atlanta lifestyle photographer | rose gold studio head shots & mimosas

atlanta lifestyle photographer | rose gold studio head shots & mimosas

This weekend Rose Gold Studio opened its glittery gold doors to our ATL friends to come and sip on mimosas, mingle, make new friends, and of course grab a head shot.

In honor of our studio opening in the same month that we celebrate Small Business Saturday, we wanted to celebrate other small businesses at the same time. We had so much fun and are so thankful to everyone who came. We cant wait to do it again! Here are a few of the awesome entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, hustlers and boss babes that came out to celebrate Rose Gold Studio's opening + small business! Cheers xx

Also special thanks to Rose Gold Studio member Porsha Thomas, founder of Ladypreneur League, for being a stellar bartender :)

  @Jimejanelle

@Jimejanelle

Deonne McNeill

Company Name: Jimē Janelle

What do you make/sell/do?: I am a blogger who specializes in DIY home decor projects. I also construction my own creative designs as a Seamstress.

Website: jimējanelle.co

Shopping small is important to Deonne because:

I believe shopping small is important because it's more realistic and relatable. It's also a community where you find one of a kind pieces.
 @welovebuhi

@welovebuhi

Marian Liou

Company Name: We Love BuHi

What do you make/sell/do?: Build community on Buford Highway by working with business and property owners

Website: Welovebuhi.com

Shopping small is important to Marian because:

Small business is the bedrock of a community, gives a place its unique character.
 @joonieandjake

@joonieandjake

Janelle Perrilliat

Company Name: Joonie & Jake's Face and Body Art

What do you make/sell/do?: I am a face painter and henna artist. My company also hosts creative workshops for kids!

Website: www.joonieandjake.com

Shopping small is important to Janelle because: 

Small businesses are an intricate part of their community. They genuinely care about their customer base and usually give back to their community. When you support small businesses your assisting them in supporting you and your community.
  @g_s_walker

@g_s_walker

Gregory Walker

Company Name: Houser Walker Architecture; g.s. walker workshop

What do you make/sell/do?: architecture, interiors, products, furniture

Website: gswalkerworkshop.com

Shopping small is important to Gregory because:

 There isn't enough space... hahaha. local ecosystems are always more resilient, creative, personal, and adaptive.
  @christineinfinity

@christineinfinity

Christine Job

Company Name: SeekerFest, LLC

What do you make/sell/do?: I'm a business development consultant and I produce a festival called SeekerFest.

Website: www.theseekerfest.com

Shopping small is important to Christine because:

Shopping small is important to me because I take being an active and engaged community member seriously. One of the best ways to cultivate and nurture a strong community is by supporting fellow community members by buying small.
 @girlcopy

@girlcopy

Anna Jones

Company Name: Girl.Copy

What do you make/sell/do?: I'm a writer/actress/editor/producer, but what brings in the money right now is my writing! I write for big and small businesses - anything and everything from web copy, to ghostwriting blogs (like a little one called Huffington Post), to editing self-help book manuscripts, to creating marketing materials and curating social media content!

Website: www.girlcopy.org

Shopping small is important to Anna because:

I love supporting the local economy - not only because I'm part of it, but because I realize it's tantamount to not only our national economy, but also our global one. Supporting small businesses - especially those owned by minorities - encourages growth in those respective industries in both a fiscal and socioeconomic sense by showcasing how shopping small not only expands the economy in a big way, but also our own world views.
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 @_theambitiousgirl

@_theambitiousgirl

Peggie Lyons

What do you make/sell/do?: Film Acting

Shopping small is important to Peggie because:

Shopping small directly impacts/helps families and it's community. It gives the "little guy/gal" a better opportunity to grow.
 Talia Witherspoon, @thesassynation

Talia Witherspoon, @thesassynation

  @Aft2003

@Aft2003

Afton Mallard

Company Name: Gideon's Promise

What do you make/sell/do?: Program Coordinator

Website: Gideonspromise.org

Shopping small is important to Afton because:

For me personally you get better quality and customer service with smaller local business and build a community relationship with like minded entrepreneurs.
  @beautifulwilddesign

@beautifulwilddesign

Andrea Richardson

Company Name: Beautiful/Wild Design

What do you make/sell/do?: Styling/Design for Creative, Intimate Events

SHOPPING SMALL IS IMPORTANT TO ANDREA BECAUSE:

Shopping small means I get a unique product made with integrity, And I support a small business owner. It's a win/win.
  @jenkinsrose

@jenkinsrose

Dondrea Owens

Company Name: Jenkins Rose

What do you make/sell/do?: Jenkins Rose brands celebrations and creative businesses with modern women who value celebrating timeless memories and entrepreneurship.

Website: www.jenkins-rose.com

Shopping small is important to Donde

It builds community and celebrates our self sustainability as people making things that other people love!
 Mr. Paul, @mrpaulsmind

Mr. Paul, @mrpaulsmind

 @eventualconcepts

@eventualconcepts

Keosha Chandler

Company Name: Eventual Concepts

What do you make/sell/do?: I pull tricks out of my hat. A professional magician.

Website: www.eventualconcepts.com

Why is shopping small important to you?:

Because you must support other small business owners!
 @thescarlettexperience

@thescarlettexperience

Morgan Kelley

Company Name: Scarlett Events

What do you make/sell/do?: We are a full service event coordination firm.

Website: scarlett.events

Shopping small is important to morgan because:

Shopping small is so incredibly important to me because shopping local boasts the economy and has a positive impact on the community.
 Chris Forster, Film Production

Chris Forster, Film Production

#SmallBizSat is November 26, don't forget to #ShopSmall!