Come October, Husband and I will be celebrating 2 years of marriage (and 6 years of dating!) During our year and a half engagement, I spent the majority of my life crafting for the wedding! We wanted nature to guide our theme, as our wedding was outdoors at a beautiful arboretum. I’ve shared a few pics here and there of the big day, but never all my hand-crafted details. Today you get a special look at them! Continue reading A Special Look at my Fall Wedding…
Happy Labor Day! I hope you are enjoying your well-deserved day off today. As promised, I have finally put together a photo recap post of our trip to Longwood Gardens! Stay in your jammies, snuggle into your couch, and get ready for some truly lovely photos. Continue reading Longwood Gardens Photo Recap!
This weekend I followed my bliss… right to Longwood Gardens! I have some pink dahlias in a pot in front of my house, but they aren’t loving the constant heat right now. I assumed this was something all dahlias had in common until I went to the gardens and found a huge courtyard filled with them! Continue reading Words for Wednesday: Follow Your Bliss
When I rented my first apartment in Philly over 7 years ago, I somehow convinced myself that living in a city would mean making certain concessions. My apartment would be smaller, rent would be higher, peace and quiet would be hard to come by and the lovely nature of the Garden State (from where I hail) would be replaced with concrete. I was right about many things, but of the last I was definitely mistaken. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: Wild Echinacea
Yesterday, I shared a glimpse of what I saw at The Art of the Brick exhibit at The Franklin Institute here in Philly. Today I will share the rest of the photos I took of the amazing displays! Continue reading The Art of the Brick at The Franklin Institute
Wordless Wednesday: The Great Wave in LEGO
One of the gifts I gave the Husband for his birthday was an afternoon at The Franklin Institute checking out some of their exhibits. One of them was called “The Art of Brick” and contained TONS of amazing artworks made of LEGO Bricks by contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: The Great Wave in LEGO