Pink. Pineapples. Perfection. All mixed with a WHOLE lot of love. Whether it was the various brass pineapples hand selected for some of the centerpiece accessories or the bright colors that needed to flood every moment of the wedding.. it was just as I imagined it.
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Venue: Ceremony- First Baptist of Waco, Reception- Ridgewood Country Club
Photographer (wedding): Allison Davis Photography
Videographer: Jared Christopher, Short Story Pictures
DJ: Kurt Krakowian, Texas Variety Entertainment
Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal – Versa Convertible Mesh Dress in Begonia
Table Numbers: Rifle Paper Co. Sidewalk Sale
Hair/Makeup: Erica & Belinda, Michaela Soto Hair & Makeup
These pink interiors speak to me. What a bold color to bring into the home. Pantone got it right this year with their Rose Quartz color of the year and these rooms prove it.
1. Most of you know how I feel about velvet sofas and this is not an exception. OH! The bright pink velvet calls to me! Coupled with the pink art and black and white pillows, this room is killer. // 2. Who would have ever thought a modern bright pink island could be functional and knock it out of the park? // 3. I love that the pink is brought into this room with accessories. If you don’t want to go overboard or want to see how you live with color- accessories are where it’s at! // 4. PINK COLOR BLOCKING. Brilliant. // 5. When all else fails- plant a Bougainvillea outside your house and call it a day.
How have you been able to bring color into your home?
Every little deserves the best. So today while I was missing her and thinking about my future grand little I decided to make her one last craft before she got a little herself. MK Tyler is exceptional and this quote describes her perfectly. “There’s always someone prettier, smarter and younger than you, that’s what littles are for”. I live for her and for Alpha Delta Pi!
With our family being all over the place this year I wanted to make something my parents can hang up in the house! It was my brother’s first year of college at University of Florida and my third year at Baylor. My parents don’t miss us to much, but when they do I want this to remind them that even though we are far apart we are still a family. Love Christmas crafting!
I went to Michaels and bought the frame which is a floating glass frame, 11 x 14 – originally $16 but got it for 1/2 price with my 50% off coupon. Then I bough 19 cent paper to mount my paper on! All in all this was a very inexpensive but nice looking project!
During my internship at Junque in the Trunk I was able to do this awesome jewelry display! Had so much fun working on it with Emily the owner!