Before heading out for the long weekend, here are some of my favorite links from around the web this week!

Talk about timeless style – I almost didn’t realize this photo was from the 1930s!

Love these sweet note cards, via Eat Drink Chic.

Tiny Coca-Cola sold from tiny kiosks.

Love the look of this dragonfruit margarita, via Camille Styles.

A concrete moon.

This Facebook post from Anne Lamott was just what I needed this week.

I know it’s time for berries and we’re even starting to see some peaches here, but I just can’t live without chocolate.

Origami street art.

Customized temporary tattoos – wedding favor anyone?!

How to choose strawberries.

This Spiderman ring bearer is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.

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What are you up to this weekend? Caroline’s birthday party is tomorrow, so I’m spending today getting everything ready (and I’m so thankful for all the help from my mom and sister!). I know you’re not supposed to try a recipe for the first time when it’s for guests, but I can’t help it – I have a bunch of little yogurt jars saved up and malted milk chocolate pot de creme sounds so yummy! Wish me luck with them.

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Not many links this week as I was buried under a pile of crepe paper and floral tape – if you have any favorite finds, please share them in the comments!

More paper flowers from Thuss + Farrell.

I would really love a mini greenhouse.

Citrus sorbet cups.

Love the whimsy and simplicity of this ticket roll photo booth backdrop.

Yellow stripes and a scalloped edge make me so happy!

We eat french toast at least three times a week in our house. This coconut cream pie version sounds amazing.

 

 

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the mamas out there, especially my own very special one! I love you, Mimi!

Awesome tutorial on creating special hand lettered envelopes.

What a happy wedding full of paper flowers!

Never would have thought to put turmeric in muffins, but now I want to try it.

Butterfly tea.

Not sure you can improve on warm cookies and cold milk, but I wouldn’t say no to milk and cookie shots.

This t-shirt made me laugh, via Sarah’s Pinterest.

These ball gowns are to die for!

Calligraphy and ceramics make a great pair.

See our baby announcements for Caroline over on Oh So Beautiful Paper! (I can’t believe it’s been almost a year!)

Only 8 more days to fund The Bumblebee Street Sweets! (Shameless plug for my sister’s Kickstarter campaign.)

 

This week on Snippet & Ink:

This couple entered their reception to the Friday Night Lights theme song.
Gold and pink was the perfect palette for this ballroom wedding.
A Southern bridal luncheon in cobalt blue.

 

Have a happy weekend, and Happy Mother’s Day!

 

Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls is a Snippet & Ink Select vendor.

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Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Here’s a handful of links for your Friday…

The Color Condition can come to my house anytime, via You Are My Fave.

Beautiful market-inspired invitation suite.

Easy tissue paper bunting.

I think a Mother’s Day picnic is a great idea!

DIY cement dominos.

An illustrated guide to curls.

Make thrift store art your own (have I shared this before? because I love it!).

We’re having a bit of a heat wave and I’m dreaming of diving into this Pinterest board.

I never knew cafeteria trays could look so appealing.

Rhubarb raspberry tart.

I would just love a bespoke bookplate.

10 chicken coops nicer than my house.

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Happy weekend lovelies! I have a bunch of fun links for you, but first, a quick shameless plug of my little sister’s Kickstarter campaign for her Denver dessert truck, The Bumblebee! Help launch this yummy little truck and get some fun swag or some delicious goodies!

Wouldn’t you want The Bumblebee at your next party?!

A keepsake cork holder is such a charming gift idea.

Meals from famous books brought to life in Fictitious Dishes.

Love the touches of gold in these bilingual wedding invitations.

Would you apply for the world’s toughest job?

Micro homes the size of a parking spot.

The magical world of snails.

I think I need a panama hat this summer.

Let’s fill the mail with confetti!

I’m such a sucker for a sweetly packaged box lunch.

The pattern on this moth’s wings is just. Wow.

These little Easter egg critters are too cute.

 

This week on Snippet & Ink:

Green and white New York vineyard wedding.
Whimsical woodland wedding inspiration.
Floral inspiration from this amazing workshop, part one and part two.
Laid back SoCal wedding in a woodsy garden.

 

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