Dec 31, 2009

Bonne Année






This year has been quite the whirlwind to say the least with some major milestones. I decided to start a little bloggy blog, turned the big 30 (huge in my book), completely changed my career goals and thus embarked on a rather unknown albeit completely exhilarating path, and the biggest of all- skipped down the aisle in a really pretty dress and married my love. 


Oh what a year. Thank you so very much for tagging along. Your readership does not go unnoticed and in fact, it has probably kept me sane through out all of the madness. Have a very happy, celebratory New Years Eve. Now go break out the bubbly.


*Image via Olivet

Dec 29, 2009

Beautiful



With Johnny Depp and the Eiffel Tower, this just might be my favorite pic of all time.


*Image via Etc.

A Little New Years Inspiration for you



Break Out the Bubbly



*Image credits here

Dec 28, 2009

A little bit country, a little bit rock n' roll































This couple's country retreat in upstate New York is perfection. With a pool, a wild garden, a ping pong table and more then one barn to house all of your artistic pursuits, what more could you ask for?


*Images via A Cup of Jo

I knew I loved Joanie



Mad Men is one of my most favorite indulgences and the real life wedding of actress Christina Hendricks did not disappoint. Her vintage clad bridal party is making me swoon.


*Image via Once Wed

Dec 27, 2009

Haute Hats


During the process of planning my wedding and trying to find that perfect veil, I was lucky enough to meet Lauren of the crazy beautiful Lo Boheme. Not only is this girl talented but she is incredibly sweet. At one of her recent shows, I was introduced to her "mini hat" line and I can not stop dreaming about these beauties. I have been dying to have somewhere to go where I could debut such a head piece and I think I may have found the perfect place. A New Years Eve cocktail party should do the trick. Check out her etsy shop for even more note worthy confections.













Ciao Ciao Argentina. You will be missed

Oh, where do I begin? Argentina is beyond anything I could have imagined. It was so very gorgeous and the food, oh the food. We pretty much ate and drank our way through Buenos Aires and Patagonia. We danced on the cobblestone streets of San Telmo, basked in the natural beauty that is Bariloche and roamed through the boutiques of boho chic Palermo all while trying our hand at some very rudimentary spanish and falling even more in love. But enough talking, feast your eyes on a few lovelies.


Pretty, pretty places to rest our heads:


Argentina Hotels


The streets are alive with the sound of music:

The streets of argentina




Flora and Fauna or what I like to call "God's Country":

Patagonia




What we spent the majority of our honeymoon doing:

Drinks




Argentina in the soles of our shoes:





If you are heading to Argentina anytime soon, you must check out these bed and breakfasts. I left a little bit of my heart at each one.


The Cocker - San Telmo, Buenos Aires
Los Juncos Lake House - San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia

Dec 11, 2009

The time has come...



for our wonderful, fabulous, oh so needed honeymoon extravaganza to Argentina. I see lots of wine and steak in our future. I will be gone for a few weeks but I promise lots and lots of goodness upon my return. 
Happy Holidays lovelies. 
xoxo

Dec 10, 2009

Killing me softly



This dress is drop dead.




* Image via Coco + Kelley


Speaking of Jose












his pictures are rather breathtaking. I am completely obsessed with doors and take pictures of them wherever I go. I can always count on Jose to feed my obsession.


*All images via Jose Villa




Jose Villa + Apartment #34 = Good mix















Apartment #34 is headed to the chapel and she recently signed Jose Villa up to document their nuptials. From the looks of their engagement session, their mexican wedding is going to be capital G gorgeous.

*All images via Apartment #34

Dec 9, 2009

Vintage Love






This couple is insanely cute.


*Images via Once Wed


Tanessa + Sheldon know how to throw a party











Oh where do I start, with the Llamas perhaps? Then there are the phenomenal hand crafted programs made to look like old romance novels. Next up, a victory tunnel for their recessional and lastly, celebratory shots all around. I wish I was at this wedding.


*Images via 100 Layer Cake

Wellies on your Wedding Day







Dec 8, 2009

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