I have a lot of pictures and need to print out a lot that are on my computer and get them framed. So I’m starting to collect some inspiration on how to hand them all These all just look kind of thrown together but it sure does work.
l thought I’d share just a few more photos of scenes from my trip to Texas last month — nothing like Texas in April with the bluebonnets in full bloom dotting the highways of Texas hill country. Love it.
Okay, so I had these pics as well and thought I might as well throw them in while I’m back on my Anthropologie kick. These blackboard-painted storage jars are adorable and could be really easy to do yourself (if you don’t have a new baby and have loads of time) I’m thinking my IKEA jars could use a little customizing which I might investigate someday when I have time again.
More love for Anthropologie today – I just can’t help myself! It’s so kitschy, it’s adorable. I’ve currently got two open shelves in my kitchen full of all white kitchenware but I’ve decided that when I work my way through breaking a significant amount of them (which, at the rate I’m going, won’t be too long) then I’m going to start buying hodge-podge, mismatched kitchenware — the kitsch-ier the better.
And here is just a taste of the very fun wedding decor. It all had to be sustainable given that it was in a state park so easy to put up and easy to take down without disrupting the environment. Susanna did a great job on the planning and implementation! I especially loved the idea of wrapping the tree in twine and inserting photos of the couple – very cute and no damage to the tree.
We had a great time on a surprise visit to Texas for my nephew’s wedding. I was happy to have a few days off from holding my baby (I know – I’m a terrible mother to say that but my back needed a bit of a break!) and I ran around taking photos. It was in a beautiful setting in Palmetto State Park in Gonzales, Texas – perfect for this very outdoorsy couple.