I fell instantly in love with this purple and yellow fall wedding the moment it entered my inbox. A.J. Dunlap Photography sure knows the way to my heart because tons of purple, sunflowers, rustic decor, and fall are some of my very favorite things, and this wedding has all! Plus, it has this beyond gorgeous tented reception that literally took my breath away! So pretty!! And I just love that this couple’s love story began with a smile. Just a sweet and simple [...]
Love resides not in the heavens, the stars, or the depths of the universe, but in the hearts of men.
We have a tendency to eat a lot of eggs at our house. Why? Because they’re yummy, you can do a lot of things with them, they’re relatively easy to prepare, and you usually have a dozen or two hanging around the refrigerator. My husband, having gotten over his allergy to them (yes, it is possible to heal some food allergies), has become kind of obsessed with eggs. This garden egg skillet is one of those recipes that came about out of necessity. [...]
What is it about yellow and gray? They just go perfectly together, don’t they? It’s one of my all-time favorite color palettes, especially for weddings. This yellow and gray wedding from Deborah Zoe Photography has lots of vintage elements (a nod to the bride and groom’s love of antique fair finds) and DIY decor. I absolutely love this couple. Mainly because their first date was a trip to the lumber yard (they met in a woodworking class in college), his proposal was so [...]
I first heard of Ulta this past September. (Can you believe I’d never heard of them until then?) I wasn’t even sure I had one near me. In fact, I had to drive an hour to get to the closest one. I’m so glad I did though, because it was love at first sight. I’ve been shopping at Sephora for years now, and because Ulta and Sephora are very similar, I was already accustomed to the idea and layout. But as much [...]
Do you love glitter? How about monograms? Mason jars? What about glitter, monograms, and mason jars? If you answered yes to any or all of those questions, our DIY glitter monogram mug is for sure going to be added to your todo list in the very near future! Supplies needed: Font Print (I used Arial Black – font size 200 or whatever suits your need). For best results, the font should be block style, sans-serif. Scotch tape Sharp scissors Tweezers Mason jar mug Découpage (I used Martha [...]