These pictures by Ciara Richardson are stunningly gorgeous. The different floral crowns and the model’s soft pink hair are perfection. Dare I say pink might be the most perfect wedding hair color (for the adventurous bride)?
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I just wanted to pop in to wish you all a very happy Valentine’s Day filled with lots of love … and sugar. Tonight, hubby and I will be keeping it low key – he has to work late (today is part one of his thesis defense … we’re only a few short months away from the end of his PhD, and then he’s back into medical school and rotations – eek!) The plan is to picnic (in the house) and watch girly movies (guess who’s idea that was?)
I have a few little “boy-appropriate gifts” for the hubby, and of course I’ll be baking (because I relish in any excuse to bake), but I may also try to put a cute DIY together – last-minute-style.
I’m completely smitten with this adorable DIY “love jar” via Inspired to Share.
Have you ever heard of a “smash cake”? I hadn’t – but now that I’ve seen this “you are smashing” Valentine’s Day cake, it’s a party surprise must!
Or perhaps I’ll get around to building this incredible fort ( … with chairs, bath towels, and scotch tape)?
Maybe next year I’ll plan a Valentine’s Day soiree this fabulous.
What are your big plans?
This backyard baby shower had me at gold glitter, but the sweet details really make it a stand-out. From the gorgeous flower-topped tablescapes to the gold glitter-dipped dinosaur place-settings, the washi-tape-wrapped wood cutlery, and the fabulous sequin backdrop dessert bar complete with pink-frosting dipped rice krispie treats and mason jars filled with milk and a gold glitter decorated stirrer, the details are inspiration-packed.
I spotted this pretty picture on Pinterest and then discovered all of the great shots of the wedding and the bride’s classic style. I absolutely love a whimsical floral headpiece atop a bride’s head. I’m not sure if I would have been so bold as to wear a headpiece, but every time I spot one, I fall in love. And this floral crown is woven with delicate pink tea roses — so classic and sweet.
I’ll admit it: I’m still nowhere near over the Bohemian trend in weddings. I especially love the more lush, elegant versions. This wedding has all the right simplicity, a beautiful outdoor setting, one gorgeous wedding dress, and earthy touches on the tables, chairs, and bouquets – all striking that perfect balance. Plus, I’m a sucker for lights strung through trees at an outdoor wedding.
I am a fan of all things quirky. Particularly, quirky with style. And style, well, there’s plenty here (see last week’s dress of the week).
Both bride + groom grew up in Northern California and wanted their wedding to reflect that natural beauty that they grew up with – along with lots of their own handmade touches.
Little details like hand-sewn fabric hearts, plastic dinosaurs, and wildflowers floating in the pool made for the perfect decor in this very Northern-California wedding..