Congrats to beautiful couple who got married in Jamaica in an intimate ceremony and then jetted home to celebrate Appalachian-style with friends and family.
Enjoy the visual buffet seen in this beautiful Indian-inspired wedding of Kimbery and Greg.
Love you Kim and congrats!
(All photos courtesy of Lucie G).
Another set of creations by the fabulous Martha Stewart of France, Lucienne. May I present Jules, Verne and Hubert!
My sister in law recently co-organized and co-hosted an engagement party for one of her dearest friends. Our petite famille was also invited and got to participate in and taste all the yummy goodies and drinks.
The co-hosts wanted everything to be perfect and handmade. It’s all in the details, non?
Last month I celebrated my 30th birthday. 30. A milestone, a changing point, a fork in the road.
If 30 is the age of becoming a “true” adult, then I have felt 30 for at least a few years. For me, no doubt, it is because I had a child at 26. The learning curve on having a child and being the first one in your “circle” to have one, is steep. Fortunate for us, we have had family very nearby for help and assistance. But having a child is a life changing experience, for the better with out a doubt, and has sped up my feeling-like-an-adult timeline.
So since I have felt 30 for a while I took this milestone as an opportunity to party hardy, and to live young and without cares once again. So, with the not-really-a-babe anymore at my parent’s, I settled in to relive my youth (just a wee bit).
In preparation for the big weekend, lots of deco was made: a Photobooth, props, a banner and balloons. I made a bit and my talented sister in law made a bit. The party was a “farwell to the roaring 20s” themed, so gold and black were everywhere.
(Photobooth props made by Lu)
(The black and gold Photobooth was so simple to make and was a blast to play with.)
(The banner was made by Lu and had such pretty little details.)
Quite a fun party, indeed!
The countdown my 30th birthday has started! Eek! And while I will be starting on epic birthday decorations soon (with pictures, bien sur), I’ve been enjoying copious amounts of family time and self love time the last couple of weeks.
We’ve gone to lots of birthday parties, watched some good movies, played with our new favorite puppy, Boogie, gone on hikes and made Valentine cards. I’ve started going to the gym again, got my hair cut and styled, have been doing yoga daily and writing daily. Happy to report there’s been a lots and lots of family and self love going on. Below, is a few highlights…
My new mantra: food is medicine (This also includes herbs, duh).
I’ve been reading up on Ayurveda a bit lately. Pretty certain I’m a Vata. What’s your take on this healing method?
Made these delish banana chocolate bites for itty bitty’s preschool Valentine’s day party. Hard to believe these are a good healthy candy alternative!
I got my hair did at my new favorite salon, Ananda salon, with the fabulous Laura.
Locally owned and family operated since 1962.
Life in West Marin seen through the eye of a needle
handmade gifts and favors