1. Morning Butterflies found via Another Shade of Gray 2. Fairys Winter by ssilence 3. Pink Light by fieryeyed 4. Forget Me Not – 12 by anjali 5. Presagio di Primavera by Gianluca Foli 6. Goblin Market Illustration – Golden Curl by Heidi Burton | Coming up later today: Art Spotlight: Bold & Colorful
I’m pretty sure I stopped breathing for a moment when I opened the last page in the latest Paper Source catalog, and discovered their new line of recycled stationery and invites! The yellow, white, and brown is so fresh on the kraft-like paper (very Binth-like… don’t you think)! I love those botanicals! I want all of these NOW!
P.S. Have I mentioned that one of my sisters will be getting married this summer?! I have the privilege of helping her put everything (on the aesthetic side) together! We are going for a yellow and gray floral theme (I’m currently in the midst of designing her invitations and related paper goods which I’ll then be printing on my gocco printer)… so I’m sure I’ll be posting some of my findings and inspirations here in the coming months. If any of you have any tips or leads I could/should follow… or just a pretty picture of inspiration you’d like to share please drop me a note! I’d love to hear from you! xox Ez
This post was wholly inspired by these three gorgeous photos from the recent Spring Fashion feature by New York Magazine.
Play-and-Freeze Ice Cream Maker, Dottie Panty, Lucite Flower Rings, AK Anne Klein Foxie Heels, Rosette Boy Short, Martha Stewart Collection 6-Piece Melamine Bowl Set, Chandelier Bead Necklace.
Brights are not for everyone. How do you feel about this season’s bright and colorful trend? How will you translate it and make it work for you? I personally tend to go for neutral basics (read: jeans and black tops) and love to throw in a pop of color (especially shoes) for an unexpected edge. xox Ez