Posts Tagged ‘inspiring’
…Don’t Be Late For That Very Important Date!
Here’s a unique idea for your newlyweded home together…
(Photo credit: by Wendell Webber styled by Sweet Paul)
Scout out vintage tea cups and saucers from your local antique store or from your other family members and use them to create a fabulous piece of wall art! Whether you turn it into a real clock or keep it as simple decor, you’re sure to get compliments rolling in!
Creativity. Don’t you love it? See more inspiring design ideas by visiting Sweet Paul, one of my new favorite design and food blogs!
…Details From The “Here Comes The Blog” Event!
Last week, I was thrilled to join Editor-In-Chief of Brides.com, Michelle Preli along with Ami of Elizabeth Anne Designs for the Here Comes The Blog registry event at the Chicago Bloomingdale’s Medinah Home Store!
After having a little fun sharing the new Set Your Table tool with couples, we got a chance to discuss a few of our favorite registry trends and also shared some helpful tips and advice together!
Once we finished chit chatting, everyone headed up to the registry floor to browse around, register and enjoy delicious cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from Catered By Design. Check out their awesome cocktail tree on display…imagine having one of those at your wedding!
(Photos thanks to Denise of Bellis Studios who also attended the event with me!)
It was such a pleasure to meet and talk with the happy couples, vendors and the amazing staff at Bloomies. Seriously, I never realized how unique the Bloomingdale’s registry is. If you haven’t registered there yet, you’re in for a special treat! It’s not just a registry, my dears…it’s an experience. My goodness, it made me want to get married to my husband all over again – just so we could register once more!
I promise to share more details and pictures with you soon! From creative tablescape and centerpiece ideas to gorgeous product lines, the event was truly inspiring. We learned so much while there…so stay tuned for more exciting registry posts to come! It will be like our own little event, extended over a couple of weeks – sound good?