Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Josh and I recieved our wedding photos a couple weeks ago and we are absolutley crazy in LOVE with how they turned out. Our sweet talented friend Ica (ICAIMAGES) did such an amazing job with our wedding photos. She captured our special day perfectly--every moment, each detail, all the emotions and reactions. Spending hours looking through the album, Josh and I relived the best day of our lives through the photos.

I'm so excited to share with you all the photos and details of our wedding. Since there a heap load of pictures I decided to split up the photos into different posts throughout the month. Today I'll share shots from our first look.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Wall Hangings

These summer days I've been working with tons of yarn, gold hoops, and dye--playing around and endless experimenting. Came up with a couple new designs that I'm absolutely crazy about and I'm excited to share them with you.

I created a couple unique macrame wall hangings that effuses a soft flowy boho feel.These are perfect boho/urban pieces to display on your walls within your bedroom, livingroom, and it's even great for wedding decor.

These textile wall hangings features gold hoops, cream yarn that is knotted into a beautiful macrame design and flows into a loose fringe, and each is topped off with wooden beads & a unique adornment.

I posted these designs on my Etsy account this afternoon, so if you are interested hop over to my etsy account and take a look. Also for the rest of the summer I am offering free shipping for all orders if you use the coupon code: HEYYOO

Thanks for looking!

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

"The Beach"

So the National Building Museum collaborated with Snarkitecture to bring Washington DC an interactive architectural installation called "The Beach". After hearing all the buzz about this spot for a week, Josh and I had to witness this indoor "beach" for ourselves. The entire exhibit covers about 10,000 square feet of the museum and within it floods nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls. Our inner kid was overjoyed to jump and "swim" through this enormous ball pit. 

On top of all "the beach" has to offer, they serve tasty popsicles and other scrumcious snacks. Check out the exhibit before it closes in September. So worth it!