So, I have been beyond a slacker with my blogging. It’s been over a year…so long, in fact, that brides have written to ask if I’m still in business. YES! Just too frickin’ busy for blogging! I recently had a very reassuring convo with my gal pal Katherine at Root 75 about the joys of motherhood of younger kiddos and concurrently being a small business owner and all that encompasses, namely, our blogging and the infrequency of said blogging. We truly have good intentions and wonderful, thoughtful posts in our minds, but rarely seem to make the time to do it between all the never-ending errands, emails, Kung Fu, projectile vomiting, homework, birthday parties, play dates, and on and on. I’m so grateful for all of these things, yes, even the projectile vomiting, but a little blogging time is rare. If it makes anyone feel any better, I’ve neglected my blogging as much as dating my husband (sorry, my <3!). Well, that stops now. Today, I’m making the time. The gym will wait for me. The fabric bomb that went off in my house for Halloween costumes will wait for me. Everything is on hold until this is done. And, after having one of the most amazing experiences of my career last week (I’ll save it for another post, hopefully not a year from now), I feel renewed and eager to blog again. Even if it is just with pictures for now.
4.7.13 Coachella. Thanks to my super talented, thoughtful & generous friend, Britton Neubacher at Tend Living, I was given the most auspicious honor of creating wedding florals for Chris Wilson, The Photographer/Creative Director for Band of Horses and his stunning bride, Dina. The Band were the groomsmen and were so damn gracious, genuine & sweet! Britt was the officiant and had all the guests mesmerized with her captivating vows. It was one for the records books, folks, a big ol’ fat love fest and I was lucky to be a part of it! I was also fortunate enough to have my 2 amazing dudes come along with me for the ride & G was able to capture these gorgeous shots of the venue, Corona Yacht Club & some of my work during install. Get a load of these!