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Mar26 Oh Deer 2015
Love this gorgeous baby celebration!
“Mama to be, Rayven Walker, is a fun, fabulous fashionista who is the talent behind Beauty & the Blush Makeup & Styling, one of the best bridal beauty providers in DFW! It was such a pleasure for us to come together for an industry baby shower to celebrate her and her Baby Boy on the way. Rayven has chosen a modern woodland theme for her nursery so we decided to play off of that for her shower as well. We chose gender neutral pastels against a classic palette of black and white. We played with geometric shapes, gold animal figurines and lush garden floral to pull of a design that was both very Rayven and still not too girlie for her little man!” -Jen
Photography – Charla Storey
Coordination – Jen Rios Weddings + Wedfully Yours Events & Design
Floral – The Southern Table
Paper – Chips & Salsa Designs
Cake & Desserts – Sugar Bee Sweets
Oh Deer Banner – Vintage Spirit
Venue – Sugar Bee Sweets Soiree Room
Additional Hostesses – Nicole Berrett Photography, Something You Hair & Makeup, Kara Stout
Mar25 Family in Georgia 2015
Love this little newborn session taken in Atlanta, GA. Mom didn’t want it to necessarily have a theme, but to be a place where they were comfortable doing life in…I like that. She tied in some old items from her own childhood, as well as some new favorite items and art pieces.
Photos: Katey Penton Photography
Mobile: The Alison Show
Mar18 Ave is a star 2015
These photos make me want to cry with adorable-ness overload. While I was flipping through the images I kept oohing and aahing at how gorgeous little Ave is. Also her outfits, the little pops of pink are so precious. This family has such adorable chemistry and these photos captured that so well. All in all – the best ever!!!
Photography: Hello Pincecone
Mar17 Ixchel Triangle Giveaway 2015
We have a fabulous giveaway planned for you today!!! Ixchel Triangle offers products that are 100% handmade in Guatemala by indigenous Maya woman. Because they don’t use factories they are able to guarantee fair wages and working conditions and each bag is signed by it’s maker. The weavings are handmade in the traditional style of weaving using a back-strap loom which takes 2-4 weeks to complete. Every purchase directly funds the artisans in the co-cops, as well as supporting the education of additional children.
Enter to receive a diaper bag and little girl dress by reposting this image on Twitter Facebook or Instagram and following & tagging @ixcheltriangle and @greylikesbaby