I absolutely cannot believe that January is almost over already. We're only a few weeks away from Valentine's Day. February just sort of radiates red and pink to me. I've already posted some inspiration for a wedding in that palette. Today, I've got a sneak peek for a wedding package I'm putting together for an Etsy customer. She's planning a red and white courthouse wedding and I can't wait to see how everything turns out! For now though, here's a little indicator of what's to come...
I love the polka dots and vintage flowers, they look so cheery with the red. Can't wait to get the rest of the order done and on its way to her!
Check out my boutonnières and other handmade felt items at my shop, Fuzzy Rose!
Hope you're having a great week!
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
In the theatre world, we sometimes do what's called a "post mortem." After the show closes (or literally after the death of the show), the production staff gets together and talks about what worked and what didn't. This post is my post mortem on Christmas....
As I said in my post about holiday anxiety, I get easily overwhelmed during the month of December and generally try to keep the decorations to a quality-over-quantity minimum. Still, I usually get a big tree. This year, however, there was just no time. I was stressed at the idea of trying to find time together to not only go get it, but to set it up and decorate it. I had seen some cute little tabletop trees at Publix, but I knew B really wanted a big tree. Mid stress out (on my part) one day, B suggested we go get one of the little ones instead. It meant the world to me and we were able to get a tree much earlier and easier than expected.
|Christmas tree 2014... so little :)|
Friday, January 16, 2015
I can't imagine living anywhere cold. Sure, sometimes (a lot of times) I complain about the heat, but gosh. It's been cold (for us) and gloomy for the past few days and I can't stand it. Not to mention the fact that I've been sick for almost a week now. How do people do this cold weather thing for months at a time?!? I've been having a hard time getting going in the morning when it's almost as dark out as when I went to bed. Florida girl struggles.
(I was just scrolling though my blog feed and I saw several posts with the first few lines complaining about the gloomy weather. I guess it's not just me!)
Luckily, the sun broke out a few hours ago and the skies are blue again (at least for now). Still though, I'm daydreaming of summer sun, so I thought I'd put together some sunny yellow wedding inspiration.
|Visit my Pinterest board at http://www.pinterest.com/robinrosedesign/sunny-yellow-wedding-inspiration/ for sources.|
Also, I can't believe it, but this is my 50th post!!!
Monday, January 12, 2015
I love Florida Southern College in Lakeland for sentimental reasons... it's my (awesome) alma mater! Aside from being an academic institution though, it also makes a great day trip for architecture and photography buffs. An architectural treasure right here in central Florida, The Florida Southern campus is the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's work. It was even named the nation's "Most Beautiful Campus" by the Princeton Review!
|Annie Pheiffer Chapel|
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
A few weeks ago, Pantone announced that its Color of the Year 2015 was Marsala, a deep red color. I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty horrified when I saw the choice. To me, it conjures mental images of dried blood and raw meat. Considering Pantone's pick usually heavily influences wedding colors for the year, it left me thinking, eww... crime scene wedding theme, anyone? As I've browsed Pinterest though, I've seen it used in some really pretty ways, which brings me to Marsala wedding inspiration! I still wouldn't necessarily pick it for my own wedding, but it looks like it could be a pretty year after all! (And if not, I'll take one of those Red Wine Slushies with Chocolate Whipped Cream to make myself feel better.)
Check out my Marsala Wedding Inspiration Pinterest page for sources.