If you look closely, you’ll spot a black and white furry dog in this photo. I caught these two in the backyard very interested in something. Anything that our dog Leia is interested in, so is our son. I think she may be his favorite. A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, […]
This pattern post is brought to you by June gloom. I guess it’s not as much a pattern as it is a grouping of expressive brushstrokes demonstrating my general distaste for the continuing rain in our weather forecast. Or, something like that. Lately, I’ve really been in the mood to break out the paint brushes […]
22/52: plants are hilarious. We went to get a plant/gift at Wickman’s. My husband was holding our son as I went to the back to look at a plant, and I asked them to follow me. As they did, the plant leaves brushed up against my son’s face and he erupted in giggles. He couldn’t […]
It’s been quite awhile since I shared a mood board, so I thought I’d start with one of my favorite recent ones. This one is for photographer, Nathan Stracke. We met and talked about how much he does a lot of different photography, but his passion is shooting outdoor adventures. And, he also likes to […]
I believe in slow decorating. Or, otherwise known as lazy decorating in some circles. I like to take my time with things. It took me six years to get a tree skirt and our tree still is without garland or a tree topper. Poor little naked tree. I’ve got the itch to finally give our […]
I took a bit of an unintentional maternity leave the past month from the blog, but every minute away and spent with him has been worth it. Alder Basel Dockery was born on his due date just like his papa was and ever since we just can’t seem to get enough of this little guy.
I’ve found that creating moodboards for clients is incredibly helpful to make sure we’re on the same page, especially when it comes to wedding invitations. I recently created this one for a dear friend who is having a classic black and white wedding, but with a bit of vintage charm thrown in. I can’t wait […]