Project Spotlight: Goldenrod Pastries

Nubby Twiglet | Goldenrod Pastries

One of the coolest projects I’ve had the honor of working on over the last year is branding a female-owned, Nebraska-based bakery called Goldenrod Pastries.

The full brand story is featured over on Branch but there were so many beautiful outtakes from this photo shoot that I wanted to share a few more with you — plus, the story behind this brand is so inspiring.

Angela had always dreamed of having her own bakery but over the years, it had become a side project tacked onto her full-time job. After joining us for Blogcademy San Francisco a year ago, the lightbulb moment happened — she realized that if she wanted to make baking her career, she could. It was as simple as that.

Nubby Twiglet | Goldenrod Pastries

Of course, there’s a lot of hard work that goes into making an idea come to life — and Angela was willing to roll up her sleeves and make it happen. She now has a beautiful bakery in the heart of Lincoln, Nebraska and if you’re in the area, pay her a visit. I’m so proud to call Angela not only a client, but a friend. She is living proof that it doesn’t matter what your day job is or where you are at in life — you have the power to make your dream a reality.

Check out more of the Goldenrod project right here.


Photography: The Mullers.
Styling: Lovestruck Social Events.
Flowers: I Bloom Flowers.

2 Responses to Project Spotlight: Goldenrod Pastries

  1. Ms. Mauikai says:

    You really do have one of the coolest jobs in the world, Shauna! I love seeing how you bring other people’s passions and ideas to life with your touch :)

    Sending lots of love your way!

    xo

  2. ma-luxe says:

    Love the brand work that you did and the colour choices. We always love hearing stories about strong woman who really go after their dream! Love that you helped her achieve that!

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