››› a little collection of botanicals I had the pleasure of working with this month
So sweet and simple, this could really be done for a casual summer night out. Sarah put it together in no time at all.
››› Let's all wear flowers! ‹‹‹
Over the last couple months I've been working with
to create a weekly feature for their blog & it's really cute! The idea is to show people how to make gorgeous but simple floral pieces for their hair to wear in everyday life.
I'm ›››all for‹‹‹ wearing flowers everyday. It just might be my favorite thing.
Here are some of my favorites from this week's diy
››› This is just a tiny little smattering of some of my favorites. What a super sweet couple
If you know me at all, you know that I ›››L.O.V.E‹‹‹ love, love, love succulents! & little cati too. I've had quite a fun time this spring planting and transplanting my precious little guys.
››› It is so incredible to have living, breathing & thriving reminders of our wedding.
Many of these were present at our vows & will hopefully continue to live with us for years to come.
The first annual Brides on Broadway event in Eugene was a big hit! I was ››SO‹‹ honored to have a booth at the lovely and wonderful Passionflower Design [ a home/gift shop & full service florist in Eugene who's work makes my knees go weak ] because not only is it my favorite store in the whole city but the girls that own and run the shop are such ››good people‹‹ It's always a blessing to be in such good company.
››› I literally could not be more thrilled to be involved with them.
The event was so personal and special, I was able to meet so many wonderful people and really see another side of Eugene. Living in Eugene is such a unique opportunity because it seems like the city is bursting with local artisans. The creative vibes bouncing around is such a supportive environment.
Here a some wonderful florals, fun decor & mouth watering treat from the event. [ I also threw in a bunch of shots from the Passionflower floor so I could share my love with you! ] Enjoy xoxo
Reilly & I have a tradition.
On valentine's day we skip the professional camera, the meticulous consideration of lighting, the idea of doing as many shots as it takes to get that one perfect one that will basically melt off the page... We go the old fashion way. Well kinda.
We grab a disposable camera, take random shots of our day together, send the photos to the lab and then just enjoy the imperfections. The grain, shadows, strange colors and even the half the photos that didn't come out at all. It's like our special little place in time captured in way that represents us. Kinda crazy, eclectic, non-traditional & definitely unpredictable.
I'm a firm believer that photos should represent you as a couple. That means finding a photographer who is in touch with your story & gets you. Are you a couple who is a little off-beat, really into being an adventurer of the world, and ready to fly by the seat of your pants? Then you've found your photographer. Cheers
This week I choose yet ›››another‹‹‹ book by Sibella Court. Her eye and designs are so inspiring, I always feel so thankful to live in such a wonderful & diverse world after looking through them. Her brother and the photographer of the books Chris Court is also someone I look up to; his imagery is really divine. I would love to have my walls covered in huge prints of his art. The other really fun thing about these books is the graphic design from page to page, every single page really speaks to all my sense. They are all truly works of art.