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I have been waiting about six months to do this. This wet, dreary, Pacific Northwest winter has kept me from my baby (my 1959 brick ranch, if this is your first time tuning in to my blog)!
Our new window and sliding glass door, which are from the Anderson 100 series in Terratone, both had unfinished wood framing that I finally got to paint today. I used Griffin from Sherwin-Williams, which turned out to be a pretty good match to the Terratone.
I pushed through the wind as long as I could, and then the rain began to fall. We did get a little priming done in the carport, though.
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Finally, a day dry enough to get some work done! Today we installed these beauties from Modern House Numbers. We ordered the Palm Springs numbers in brushed aluminum. They look fantastic.
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I love the idea of a starry night themed wedding. In late winter, the wedding venue could be decked out in navy blue with sparkling white, with stars up above and stars in your eyes. Keep it elegant by not overdoing the amount of stars and sparkles in the décor, and stars should be kept small.
Invitation: Twinkling Testament from Wedding Paper Divas (discontinued)
Cake: Midnight blue wedding cake with sparkles from pinterest.com
Bridesmaid Dress: Badgley Mischka Spring 2014
Wedding Dress: Atelier Pronovias Yedira
Cuff Links: Starry Night Dark Blue by ElkAndIron
Tie: Starry Sky Tie from amazon.com
Cupcakes: Peanut Butter Cupcakes by Victoria Ngo
Reception Scape: Image from juxtapost.com
Drinks: Image from pinterest.com
Posted 22 January 2018 at 8:25 PM | Comments (0)
Fashion from this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards was very exciting. My top three were easy styles—all long and draping, feminine and simple. Coincidentally, all three women also wore their hair down with a deep side-part, though that didn’t influence my choices.
Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen, Brie Larson in Gucci (my favorite look), and Mandy Moore in Ralph Lauren. You killed it, ladies.