Ellen’s wedding continues…I’m excited to share pictures of the wedding shower I hosted for my sister in law this past March. We did it at my condo. Again, the beautiful pictures were taken by my very talented sister in law, see her work here.
I loved all the bright colors, and the flowers my sisters got me for my MBA graduation ended up being a perfect backdrop!
In early March I had the pleasure of doing the flowers for my new sister in law’s wedding. It was so fun. She wanted flowers similar to mine (shown here) but with brighter pinks. We used peonies, garden roses, roses, and ranunculous. I think they turned out just perfect. The pictures were taken by my other very talented sister in law Jillian Crawford Photography. Check out her work here.
I love the look of ginger jars and pink roses.
So I was at my mom’s house for Easter and she has ginger jars all over the place, she is a bit obsessed which is so fun. So I decided to make our Easter table bouquet with one of the short ones….
Aren’t they pretty? I like the way it turned out. Sorry the pic isn’t great. I need to get better and not taking pictures in a rush before guests come!
Since I finished my classes for my MBA a month ago now, I have begun thinking of what I would like to do for my dinner after my ceremony in May. With how fast the days are going it will be here before you know it! I have decided I wanted to do a navy and white table at my parents house and we will be making dinner. Here is some of my inspiration….
And lastly I love this Aerin Lauder table from last summer. I love the printed and the simple flowers she used.
I have been looking up different fabrics to use and I am leaning toward these ones….the bottom one is my fav. You can find all of them from spoonflower! What do you think?
I am obsessed with Lindsay Cowles prints. They are so fun and edgy. I love her wallpaper, my sister and I hope to use it in a clients bedroom we are working on now. But today when I was playing around on spoonflower I found that she has some of her prints available in fabric too! These are my favorite for accent pillows! Check them out here!
My sister and I are working on a Design project for a condo here in downtown Milwaukee. Laura worked on the main area last year and now we are working on the bedroom. In the main area of the space Laura infused lots of bold colors. Orange and Turq being the most prominent. We thought we would continue with the same color story in the bedroom but use softer tones. She has one large statement wall that we are hoping to use this wallpaper….we went from there.
The art the client already owns so we were also making sure we can use that too!
wallpaper, bed, sheets, night stands, lamps, duvet
This week I hope to dive into some fabric options for lots of print mixing in the pillows!