4th of July!

Betcha' didn't know I work as a Bridal Consultant at this adorable bridal store called Petals and Promises! I love working with the tulle and lace... oh yeah and the brides OF COURSE! I'm sure I'm always (accidentally) interrogating every detail of their up coming wedding! I could talk wedding all day! So, in honor of the 4th, here's an inspiration board I put together for their site! Check it out!

Here are some of my favorite 4th of July Wedding Ideas!

1. Who doesn't love American pie? Displaying pies at different heights is a fun and unique way to create a dessert bar for everyone to enjoy! See more ideas for a Pie Bar Here!

2. A charming country picnic wedding! Use silverware packets to dress up your meal! Check out these adorable handmade packets Here!

3. Leave your party with a sight to remember! Having a sparkler send off is a fun and beautiful way to make an exit! Giving your guests know a time is the best way to make sure everyone gets involved! Check out tips Here!

4. Check out this Beautiful Red White and Blue Bouquet Here!

5. An I Do BBQ! Breakout the Grill its time to turn up the heat! Look Here for adorable invites!

6. We can't forget about our men! Suspenders and bow-ties will easily give your wedding party that vintage look!

7. Use a vintage bike to ride off into the sunset with your man! See it Here!

Happy Independence Day!

Chalk Board Bunting

I love this adorable chalkboard bunting! You really can use it for anything! It's so versatile!  This bunting comes with 6 chalkboard flags and 8 ft. of twine! The twine is threaded through the flags which makes it easy to slide them on and off!

Wouldn't this be so cute for birthdays, holidays, and just any days!?!? Check out our store here!

Coffee Table Storage Chest!

Check out our latest project! I've been begging for a storage chest for a long time now! I wanted one so we wouldn't have to throw our blankets in the corner anymore! Isn't in GORGEOUS!?

I tried some new painting techniques to get that chipped paint look! The base coat is a dark Coffee bean color and the top coat is a lighter Sand color! Then we went over it with a Grey Weathered Oak stain!

The decorative pieces are wooden embelishments we found in the crown molding isle at Home Depot!

We also added a simple brushed nickel hinge to the back so the lid lifts with ease!

I'm a little obsessed at this point! It's posted in our Etsy Shop so feel free to check it out!

Toddler bed!

My dear friend Sara has the most adorable and spunky little girl named Lucy! She came to me the other day and asked if I'd be up for re-doing a toddler bed! Sara's expecting a boy in September and so they wanted to keep things gender neutral! Check it out!

I think this will be the perfect addition to little Lucy's room! Why is everything cuter when it's tiny!?

Common Sights!

If you ever pull up to our place on any given day... most likely this is what you'll see!
Life Lately...

Happy Summer!!!

We've got some sweet projects coming up so stay tuned!