Happy New Year True Eventers! It’s a night full of glitz, sparkle and high hopes for a New Year! If you’re heading to friends house or throwing together a little soiree, here are some last minute details you can whip together with little effort!
Party like it’s 1999 but stay safe! See you in 2015! Thanks for an incredible year!
Can we all agree this holiday season sped up us at the speed of light?!? If any of you are in my position you’re scrambling for some last minute gifts, I am officially here to save you from a merry breakdown. Here are 3 DIY gifts that should take you less than an hour and wow your loved one.
Turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and after a nap, Myles Standish sandwiches….is Thanksgiving not the best?!? Sometimes when you’re a guest and not playing hostess it’s easy to overlook the crazy hard work that goes into putting on a feast like Thanksgiving, so it’s always nice to bring a little gift as a thank you to the creative genius behind your belt loosening meal. We’ve taken the ground work out of the equation for you and hand picked a few of our favorite hostess gifts, some DIY, some partially DIY and a couple that are just an easy purchase.
Happy Thanksgiving! We’re grateful for all of you!
Winter is coming….which means cold weather, snow and ice BUT it also means super festive decor, lights and flannel. If you’re hosting a winter wedding or event I love the idea of implimenting holiday themed details into your design but let’s be honest it can get pretty cheesy fast! I pulled some of my favorite winter details that would add that special touch to your event. I have to be honest, the vintage glass ornaments are my absolute favorite. The different shapes and muted colors keep it chic opposed to overly festive. I also adore the chairs covered in cozy knit throws, the texture it brings to the design is perfection. Lastly, the trees! Do you remember being in school and on Earth Day they’d pass out baby trees you were supposed to plant???? Easily one of my top 5 favorite days of the year. This favor/escort card idea kind of captured that feeling for me and I was sold. Not only are you bringing a little of the organic into your wedding but you’re promoting planting new trees….two birds one stone, what’s better than that? Maybe just cover the green container in linen or a fabric that fits your design and possibly have a calligrapher write your guests names? Swooncentral.