This week I'm sharing my current favorite fabric, greeting card, cocktail recipe, and more! What are you diggin' this week?
I get this this is almost as relevant as making a "Titanic" joke right now, but this card is hilarious! Perfect mix of humor, butts, and good sentiments. I bought Brandon a Kanye card for our one month-iversary, and I'm still trying to find the perfect moment to gift this Tay Ham's Huge Year card to someone who will appreciate it as much as I do. Kim-Ye Forevs.
Lulie Wallace's Garden Glory Fabric is an absolute favorite of mine! We just used it in a client project at Twelve Chairs, and I'm still dreaming of it! Though it won't quite work in any rooms at my apartment, Lulie Wallace has a handful of fabrics that definitely will! Online you can also purchase pillows, artwork, and more of her wonderful collection. Check it out you guuuuuys!
Hackwith Design House has had my heart for years now! The simplicity of Lisa's designs, the use of models who don't make me want to feed them, her awesome choice of fabrics, and her branding - total A+ in my book. Did I mention they're currently having a giant summer sale to? Use "SUMMERSALE" at checkout to receive 30% off your entire purchase! (And pick up this bathing suit for me while you're at it. Thanks!)
A refreshing watermelon beverage is cool, but a refreshing spiked watermelon-rosemary margarita is the coolest. Obsessed with this sweet treat by Lovely Indeed! Cannot wait to put this recipe to good use at my next gathering. I don't think anyone would mind sippin' on this special something.
My favorite insta at the moment is @elsielarson! Founder of A Beautiful Mess, fellow craft lover, interior design guru, and self-appointed Swedish Hasbeeen model. She's such an inspiration (as is her sister and fellow adorable human being, Emma!) to the blogging world and always seems to be spreading cheer around. Secretly hoping to run into her on my Nashville trip in September! "Oh hey, Elsie. Old pal. Good friend. BFF!"
Summer feels all around!
xox Courtney a
I'm so ready to share the next installment of #aguiarwebsterwedding with y'all! We're a 21st century wedding. Obviously we had our own hashtag. Though I'd like to think we're pretty technologically savy, we did want our wedding to be a celebration with friends and family connecting with us and not with their Facebook feeds.
During the ceremony we asked that no photos be taken! Some guests may have thought that was a total bridezilla move, but let me explain to you why we asked this:
1) People are focused on the actual ceremony instead of their new notifications.
2) Our photographer, Erin McGinn, was able to snap photos of our guest's reactions instead of their new iPhone case.
3) The entire ceremony was such a surprise to look at when my photos arrived! I had friend's photos from the first look, cocktail hour, reception, etc....but none from the ceremony. It was so refreshing and exciting to look at!
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Wow. A bit embarrassed that I didn't post once leading up to my wedding, but the blog bug has bitten and this Mrs. is so ready to share new posts with you all! Let's jump back into this with some favorite pre-wedding photos, shall we?
I still get giddy looking at photos from our wedding. Our photographer, Erin McGinn, perfectly captured everything! I'm spending my birthday today looking through photos and starting to put Brandon and my wedding book together through Artifact Uprising. So many shots to choose from!
I was so much more calm than I anticipated getting ready. I was just like "Does the dress fit? OK. Good. Alright! I'm ready now!" Would've been impossible without my right hand ladies by my side. They were the best bridesmaids (and officiant) a girl could ask for. (click thru to view more)