Love This

August 20, 2009

This amazing design was found in the Duet Weddings blog and I cannot get over how wonderful the decor is. It’s all about the Vintage Birdcages…



Paper Flowers

April 17, 2009

I wanted to share some pictures of the paper flowers I made for my friend’s upcoming baby shower. I love doing crafts, and this was a fun and cost effective way to spruce up her decor!


It’s all about paper and a hot glue gun 🙂


Paper petals glued to floral wire, dried and ready for assembling…


…and the final result.



Stay tuned for pics from the shower!

Floating Canopy

March 22, 2009

Tell me this is not the most awesome thing ever. I love it. I want to do this for my friend’s backyard wedding.


Found in Apartment Therapy.

Too Cute.

February 6, 2009

How adorable is this picture? I love it.


Found in Joel Flory’s Photography Blog

Birdcage Centerpiece

October 28, 2008

I’m loving this idea for a centerpiece. Found in Michelle Rago:

More Escort Cards

October 7, 2008

More escort card ideas found on The Knot.

Wii Save the Date card

September 17, 2008

Talk about customized. This is the cutest Save the Date I’ve seen. This couple used a picture of their Miis from their Nintendo Wii game! Found on Weddingbee.

Apple Centerpieces

September 15, 2008

I’m loving these apple centerpieces found in Your Wedding Day.

Centerpiece Ideas

September 11, 2008

These pieces will be perfect for a bride that wants a wedding inspired by nature. The tealight candle holders and wood vessel would be perfect for centerpieces.

Found in Napa Style. Link here.

Pottery Barn. Link here:

Guest Paint Project

August 22, 2008

This guestbook idea is too cool. Found in One Love Photo blog:

“They asked their friend Kathleen to act as the “art director” for the project. Kathleen selected an image of sunflowers to sketch on the canvas. Once the sketch was complete she drew a grid on the canvas over the image. At the wedding each guest was asked to paint one square of the grid. On the cute art table, there was a variety of paints,brushes and directions that explained the art project in detail. While Shawn and Owen sneaked off for photos, they had a lovely cocktail hour planned in the side yard at their Aunt’s house. Owen’s brother played acoustic guitar while their guests nibbled on seafood and painted away. Kathleen kept an eye on the progress of the painting and encouraged guests who were shy about picking up a brush. After the wedding she filled in the blank spots and then delivered the colorful painting to the happy newlyweds.”