Happy Weekend!

This was one of those weeks that just flew by – I can’t believe how quickly summer is approaching! What are your weekend plans? Hubby and I will be doing some delayed (and much needed) Spring Cleaning, and I’m going to try and figure out how to style my new short hair cut. I’ve had short hair before, but I forget that every time I chop it all off, it takes a week or so for me to get the styling just right. Even though I like having short hair, I invariably start growing it out again almost immediately. Don’t ask me why I do this, because I have no idea. Hair identity crisis maybe?

Have a happy weekend, lovelies, and of course some links for your Friday…

vintage photo via flickr


This is why I miss living in a rural place.

DIY doily-edged mirror – so simple!

Paper invitations are much more my style, but if you’re going to send an email invite, it should be as cute as Mr Boddington’s Nephew, via Hip Hip Hooray.

Fun on a stick (photo booth props).

Congratulations to the Johnson family on their newest addition!

Happy flower font.

Wouldn’t you just die to see a Tim Walker wedding?

I want to have more tea parties, and I’ll serve little sandwiches like this.

An ode to chambray.

Remember this wedding board? Dauphine Press created an invite using it as inspiration.

Missing my little Mississippi town these last few weeks, and thinking of all my friends still in the Delta.


  • Erin B. says:

    I LOVE the Wildflowers photos!! I’m finishing up my TFA commitment here in RURAL New Mexico and I’m really going to miss the quiet beauty of heading to work when it’s still dark and horses are roaming around the school. <3

  • Connie Hendrickson says:

    I love your site. I have been following it for some time. I do weddings and events for love, not money, and I am starting a blog, urged on by friends, about doing your own, family centered, wedding. In researching I found you. I have found no wedding blogs and sites that are as lovely, classy and express the values of simplicity and personal celebration as well as your blog does. I especially love the DIY and inspiration boards. The links and ads are helpful too. What great taste you and your readers have. You show that a wedding does not have to be expensive and predictable to be fabulous.
    Connie Hendrickson

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