My totally random pins this week…
I saw this tablescape last year after Easter and saved it to share this year. I love the design, love the color scheme, love the simplicity and love that it isn’t necessarily specific to Easter. Oh I also love that Gwyneth Paltrow helped design it. I actually own similar plates and glassware from Anthropologie so I plan to recreate this look soon. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes.
I made these pacifier clips after seeing them on Pinterest but there was not a tutorial so I thought I’d share how I made mine.
- Suspender/Mitten Clips (I actually used Ironing Board Clips I found at Jo Ann’s because they were cheaper than buying multiple packages of individual suspender clips.)
- Velcro tape
- Glue gun/ glue sticks (or thread/ sewing machine)
- 12-inch long ribbon (as many as you want for however many clips you want to make)
- Optional: beads, lace, twine or anything else you want to use to dress up your clips.
This shower is very near and dear to my heart not only because the bride is a good friend of mine but also because the cookies I made for this shower were the very first dessert I ever baked in our new house!
My cousins Aubrey and Kendra were the creative geniuses behind the theme and decor for the shower. The theme was “The Perfect Blend” because the bride and groom are huge coffee lovers and thus the decor included everything from coffee filter garland to personalized coffee cup sleeves!
The gorgeous couple, Ashton and Daniel! They may look familiar to you from our Vintage Photo Shoot last year.
These Chocolate Espresso Cookies are the cookies I made in my kitchen. 🙂
To view Aubrey’s post about the shower, visit Three’s blog here.