Since I’m posting this before heading out for a week with no phone or internet, I thought I’d round up some of my favorite links that I’ve had bookmarked for awhile – forgive me if you’ve already seen some of these!

by Jonas Peterson

 

I’ll never be able to afford this dressing table, but a girl can dream…

DIY edge painting, for beautiful thick paper.

A bowling alley wedding.

Absolutely stunning 1920s lace wedding dress.

What is this magical place?!

Menus for Chez Panisse.

I think anytime is a good time for Champagne punch.

25 romantic getaways.

Gorgeous glittering emerald green dress.

And I’m still accepting applications!

 

Have a happy, happy weekend, and I’ll see you on Monday!

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There are so many things I love about the fall, just one of which is all the yummy treats that come in season. I thought I’d share a little round-up of some of my favorites that I’ve come across. What are your favorite autumn treats or flavors?

 

Snacks

Clockwise from top left: Salted Butterscotch Popcorn with Peanuts, Maple Sugar Candies from Vermont, Miniature Grilled Cheese with Creamy Tomato Soup, Manchego Crackers with Quince Jam

 

Cocktails

Clockwise from top left: Grape-Elderflower Fizz with Concord Grapes, San Francisco Filibuster with Maple Syrup, Cognac Sparklers with Apple Cider, Vanilla Bean Old Fashioned

 

Pears

Clockwise from top left: Pear Tartelettes with Puff Pastry, Spiced Poached Pears with Warm Chocolate Sauce, Pear Almond Tart, Caramel-Dipped Pears with Salt

 

Pumpkin

Clockwise from top left: Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Milk, Pumpkin Tartelettes with Meringue, Spiced Pumpkin Doughnuts, Pumpkin Bourbon Tart with Mascarpone Cream

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When I came across this 1876 painting by James Tissot, I knew I had to create an inspiration board with it – I love autumn, and I love picnics, so it was perfect! I imagine an elegant picnic in a park, with piles of cozy blankets, and delicious cakes and champagne. Rich colors and textures, like ochre and gold, tweed and silk, plus polished silver pieces (borrowed from aunts and godmothers, perhaps) and gorgeous fall flowers. This would probably work well for an intimate party, but I’d love to see it as a wedding reception, wouldn’t you? Oh, and I love the delightfully unexpected black and white checks.

Mood: rich, playful, elegant
Palette: ochre, cream, chocolate, tweed


Top row from left: Holyday (The Picnic) by James Tissot at The Tate, hat with veil from Brides, yellow and white bouquet and head wreath from Martha Stewart Weddings (photo by Johnny Miller)
Row 2:
apple and prune brioche tart from Gourmet Traveller via The Bedlam of Beefy, tweed from J.Crew
Row 3:
photo with black gingham shirt by Kate Powers, La Folie menu design by Cynthia Warren, cream roses with fall leaves by Michaele Thunen, roasted winter squash soup sips from Country Living, wedding dress with silk ochre wrap from Vogue Sposa via Little Winter Bride
Row 4:
calligraphy by Plurabelle, miniature bundt cakes from Desserts for Breakfast, Dom Perignon champagne, centerpiece with cream dahlias and fruit by Amy Merrick

 

If you like this inspiration board, you might also like:

Board #443: Persimmons & Porcelain
Board #500: Autumn Maple
Board #291: Golden Autumn Days

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