Hello! This is Brittany of One Charming Party. A sucker wrapped up like a ghost is a classic Halloween treat that will delight all of your little ghouls. This version is easy and quick. Take an old white sheet and cut out some small 6″ x 6″ squares with pinking shears (the scissors that cut in a triangle shape). Wrap one square around each sucker and tie with some ribbon. Add some eyes and a ghostly smile with a black marker. Boo!
Images by Nicole Hill Gerulat.
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I’m so ecstatic to be guest blogging for Anastasia. I absolutely adore her blog and I think that we’d get along fabulously in real life. Maybe someday, right? My name is Allison Lehman and I’m a designer & blogger from Columbus, Ohio!
For today’s post, I thought I would share some of my recent inspiration when it comes to wedding invitation design. Calligraphy and script doesn’t need to be stuffy or traditional. I love these examples!
[No. 1] Designed by Jennifer Heuer [No. 2] Designed by Cheree Berry [No. 3] Designed by Shine Wedding Invitations [No. 4] Designed by Zakka Nouveau
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Hello everyone! This is Lillian from Unstitched, and I am thrilled to be here guest posting for Anastasia Marie! Today, I want to share with you all what has been inspiring me a lot lately – floral design. I have always been one of those girls who’s obsessed with flowers – they are just the perfect way to brighten up any home and instantly make it feel cozy. On my free days, I like to go to nurseries and walk around and admire all the different types of flowers. And I’ve been seeing so many gorgeous floral design photos online lately…I hope they inspire you and brighten your day!
Gorgeous botanical photographs by Kari Herer.
Photos by one of my favorite floral designers – Saipua!
Dreamy floral styling by Amy Merrick.
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This is Alli Michelle, from the design blog Hooray. When Anastasia asked me to share a guest post on her beautiful blog during the first weeks of September, the first thing that came to mind were images of early fall: changing colors, warmer layers, and cozy but light interiors. These images capture just that, and as hard as it is to say goodbye to summer, only fall could make it worth parting with. (Doughnuts and cider help, too…).
Photo sources (clockwise from left): outfit by Hanneli; book by Amanda Jane Jones; flowers by Suzy Clement via snippet & ink; interior by Meagan Camp.
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