For the last month or two I have been saving each Christmas design goodie I find for later inspiration for our Christmas card. I had planned to spend a few nights this past week working on and get it printed at Staples on Thursday (could I procrastinate any longer?). But then Andy and I decided to get them printed through his work so I had 2 hours to get our card done, leaving a lot of design elements out that I wanted but my favorite part is the golden yellow background with the flour delis. And what would a Christmas card be without a photo? Ours was taken by Lindsey Daigle at Red Leaf Photography, thanks Linds! We only ordered a limited amount so here's a digital copy for everyone! Merry Christmas!!
Growing up, my family would always go over to my grandparents for Christmas Eve dinner. My grandma would make some amazing lobster for us! But then in high school, we started going to my mom's friend, Jan's, house. Her daughter Brittany and I grew up together
All the cousins on my dad's side of the family are *much* older than me (haha to any of you who may read this) and so I have never been able to go to any of their weddings, but this next summer I finally get to be there for a family wedding! I am just so excited to be there as my cousin Katie gets married in Colorado! And I am just as excited that she asked me to design her save the dates and wedding invitations. Here's just a taste of what's to come, just a few details from her save the date. They want rustic-simple-elegance with a tone of the Colorado Rockies