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Aug18 Flowery Birthday Party 2014
Alexis from The Shift Creative celebrated her daughter’s first birthday in style. I feel at a loss for words…honestly just scroll through the photos and you’ll be a worldless mess equally in love with this party as I am. The background was handmade by Alexis as well as the napkins, table clothes and chargers.
Grace in her heart and flowers in her hair print: One another paper
All design/back drop: The Shift Creative
Floral centerpieces: Lavenders flowers
Cake: Jeanine Hardgrave
Coffee and cart: Lift Coffee Roaster
Photography: Kayla Adams
Jun19 peonies, tulips and sisters 2014
Jun09 Brittany’s Baby Shower 2014
Summer of Grey Likes Weddings and I have two other sisters and both of them are pregnant. Hayley who was due on June 4th is waiting for her third to come, and Summer and I are here in Tennesse waiting for his or her arrival. Our other sister Brittany is due with twin boys on July 4th and a few months back we threw her a baby shower. It was such a perfect day and I hope you enjoy this little glimpse into it’s loveliness.
Jun05 Leather and Love 2014
One of our collective members and fave photographers Kati Mallory sent us these nursery and newborn photos that we are obsessed with. With a graphic design mother, baby Trent was bound to have a spectacular nursery, and sure enough it’s beyond! I adore the Navy chair with the patterned pillow and absolutely spectacular handmade-stitched leather pouf.
Thanks Kati, you’re a star!
Glider in Lagoon: West Elm
Glider pouf: Etsy
Glider pillow case: Amazon
Dresser/ Changing table: Ikea
Crib Sheets: Target
Artwork in Navy: Lindsay Letters
Artwork in Night: Lindsay Letters
Artwork Giraffe: The Animal Print Shop
Artwork Son of the King: Etsy
Deer Head: White Faux Taxidermy
Toy Basket: Target
Lampshade, Vase, Changing Table Picture Frames: Target
Changing Table Mirror and Lamp are Vintage
May27 Veda and Colors 2014
Local Dallas florist Brianne decorated the most tasteful and colorful nursery for her little girl Veda. Here she is:
“We knew that we wanted to be surprised by the gender of our baby which meant keeping the design for the baby’s room gender neutral. The colors in the painting that is hung above the crib provided the color palette throughout the room. The overall feel of the space is modern with an eclectic twist.
The dresser was found at a local vintage shop and the concrete changing table was made by my husband. In the future the table will be transformed into a toy and book shelf.”
Photography: Adele Cabanillas