Fall is finally here. And with that I present to you another pillow I worked on but haven’t had a chance to share. This paisley pillow was done on white linen with orange and tangerine Hungarian felt and embellished with turquoise beads. I enjoyed working on this piece because it allowed me to break away from flowers and birds — which I love so much — to work with paisleys and beads. The wedding took place in a garden in Virginia and the reception was indoors in a whimsical and vintage setting. The color palette was dark aqua blue, tangerine orange, white, and dark red. Enjoy!
Have a great day! xx
It’s HOT in NYC! Hope everyone is having a fantastic and safe summer. It’s been a great season so far filled with fun travels, gatherings and enjoying things in Brooklyn like Smorgasburg - yum!
This lovely couple got married in Long Island, NY. Megan’s storyboard is exquisite and sweet. The photo of the cakes is my favorite! I love the light pinks, magenta and touch of orange all mixed together. The bride wanted a design that was organic, romantic and natural for the pillow. Enjoy!
Work in progress
See you soon! xx
Hello dear readers,
Wishing your 2013 is off to a great start!
I hope your holidays were safe and magical. It’s been a little while since my last posting but happy to know you are still interested in seeing one of my next creations. I would love to put more postings up of the works I’ve done, but there’s so little time left after all the fun I’m having in Mommy land. I’m still managing to stay creative, but as we artist-parents know, life can get quite challenging sometimes (read: all the time)… but it’s totally worth it!… right?
Today’s posting is an initial pillow which many brides love to request. The mood of the wedding was a fancy VINTAGE cocktail/dinner party, with lots of candles, intimate & personal touches such as custom silhouette decorations, pictures of parents and grandparents at their weddings at reception, 50’s cake topper and vintage hankies given out to aunts, moms and grandmothers at ceremony.
Inspirations: Oscar de la Renta gown
Thank you for the support. Until next time!
I am heartbroken about the event that happened in CT today. Today has been a dark day and I can’t stop my tears. I have two small children and my little boy is in Elementary school. Please pray for the families grieving the lost of a child.
This was the busiest summer for our little family, but that’s not a bad thing. I took some computer classes for textile/surface design, spent time at the beach, cooked great summer meals and enjoyed the company of friends and family in Brooklyn as well as out-of-state. I don’t like to say goodbye to summer, but I’m happy to welcome my favorite season, fall.
I want to share a posting of this adorable couple Robyn and John whom got married in beautiful California. They have the sweetest love story, and the proposal had me in tears (And may I add that Robyn was a dream to work with!). Robyn keeps a great Blog about her life, ventures and shares some beautiful photos. Make sure to also check this out!
The cute stationary was designed by the very talented Ana Bond
56 rose pins for family members. I LOVE these colors together!
Dreamy photos of the couple and pillow in action by One Love Photo.
How is Spring treating you?
This was one of my favorite pieces I’ve worked on.
Safieh and Charles were married in Paris on Eastern weekend. They celebrated their first anniversary last month - Congratulations!.
The bride wanted something inspired from their whimsical save-the-date designed by Gooseberry press. Simple and elegant with a touch of old French. The couple’s initials were hand embroidered on linen with vintage silk thread. Oh, and I loved that Safieh was up for a little shimmer.
This is the first heart-shape pillow made for Nicole and Phillip who celebrated their anniversary this past March. Congratulations!!
Crystals, hearts, bows and roses were some of the details for their big day. White, pink and silver were the colors with a romantic and feminine feel.
Swarovski beads and 1940’s jewels and sequins were used on top of shimmery gold linen.
Beautiful and exclusive keepsakes at M29 Lifestyle celebrating the 100th anniversary of the gift of the Cherry Blossom trees!
Spring is in the air!
These new cuties are on their way to M29 Lifestyle shop in DC just in time for the National Cherry Blossom Festival!
The Somei Yoshino blossom was the inspiration.
The centers are embellished with beads and 1940’s stems with gold tips .
I LOVE these colors together! xx
Oh, I just love sewing silhouettes of little loved ones. Sadie, a cute Maltese (and a diva, I hear) was the muse for this project. Since she was not allowed in the church to walk the pillow down the aisle, the couple wanted to have her there in spirit and fabric. Sara thought of the design concept down to the collar with flowers, and I was happy to create it!
The color palette was gunmetal, pewter and blush with an all-white reception. The mood for the wedding: modern, sparkly with DIY touches.
Sarah and James celebrated their 1 year anniversary this past New Year’s Eve. Congratulations!!
Photo by 3 Photographers
Decorated over 80 cookies for my son’s class this morning. Anything involving color painting and some sugar makes me very happy.
Have a great day! XOXO
This piece was created for a lovely southern lady who interned at Hable Construction during the time I worked there. The pillow was a surprise for the couple from Maggie’s sister Bragan. Maggie and Evan just celebrated their two year anniversary - Congratulations!!
Tulle was used to soften the ground and give it a little vintage touch.