St. Germain Mint Raspberry Bellini This isn’t particularly vintage inspiring but I’m sharing nonetheless. I love St. Germain — it’s an artisanal French liqueur made from hand-picked elderflower blossoms. It’s not particularly sweet and it has a unique taste that might not be for everyone, but this bellini recipe I just whipped up is uh–mazing: Ingredients: 1 whole peach or nectarine… Read More »
I gotta say, I love the idea of a Barn Wedding. When I stumbled upon this old rustic barn equipment, I literally jumped out of my seat. And when I say rustic, I really do mean RUST-IC. For those of you who might need a little help envisioning the up-cylce, I’ve included a few inspirational images… Read More »
Ahhh This is so helpful! I wanted to share this fantastic info graphic produced by Val Marie Paper on invitation timelines and etiquette on wording, abbreviations and proper spelling. Invitations nowadays (in my opinion) do not need to be as formal or particular as they once were, but for those of you who are leaning… Read More »
I got the inspiration for these super cutsie holiday snow globes on Pinterest and thought I would give it a go. I’m not exactly the Pinterest-crafting mom yet, but here’s a start! Supplies Clear pint mason jar or other similar kind Frosted dollhouse christmas trees – Hobby Lobby or the Dollar Store Mod Podge +… Read More »
The nursery is finally complete! We’ve been getting inquiries about pictures so here they are. Much of our décor has been acquired second hand from vintage markets and antique stores around Kansas City (although obviously some items we had to purchase new). The final result is fairly close to our inspiration – but as you can… Read More »
Just had to share these beautiful vintage hankie buntings I acquired through Vintage Revolution on ETSY. I’m so in love with them! Perfect for backyard parties, showers and weddings. These bunting banners are approximately 14-17 feet long and can be rented here. Happy Memorial Day weekend!
I thought it would be fun this year to give the nieces and nephews something other than the typical easter basket and came across this cute mason jar idea. It’s quick, easy and pretty inexpensive. So Easter’s covered…and with only one whole day to spare! The directions are pretty self-explanatory, but I used whole punches… Read More »
We just found out yesterday, our little baby due this August is a girl! NOW let the planning begin! I can’t wait to work in all the cute little vintage accessories — this girl’s gonna love her room — well at least she will eventually. Until then I’m excited with my new blank slate. Here’s some inspiration I’ve been dreaming up…