Thursday Treats: Hello, New York!

June 20, 2013

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Photography: Brooke Davis

I touched down in New York City late last night and I am so thrilled to be back. I know it’s a terrible cliché but I am so in love with this city –  the sights, the sounds and yes, even the smells (OK only some of the smells…) Today Gala and I are mostly getting things ready for the workshop this weekend but I’m sure we can squeeeeze a few hours shopping in there too. Shauna arrives early tomorrow morning and I can’t wait until the three of us are reunited again. It’s only been two months but it feels like forever since we saw each other last.

This is going to be an amazing two weeks and I can’t wait to get cracking. Let the good times roll…

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Quirky minimal museum wedding
How to make your own wedding car cans!
This shoot of Sophie from Crown & Glory blew my mind!

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Photography: Devlin Photos

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♥ This dip-dyed shoe DIY looks so easy even I could do it…
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♥ AirB&B vs hotels: a price comparison
♥ Dog grooming competition photographs – oh lordy!

♥ 10 mistakes you’ll make in your 20s

♥ How your body language shapes who you are

♥ I am forever in love with Russell Brand…

7 comments

  1. Hen

    Interesting article about the bride wearing her mum’s/grandma’s dress- I’ll be wearing my mum’s dress when I get married in August. It’s a bargain at the cost of a dry clean, really nice to have that continuity, and amazing how it fits perfectly, too. My mum had it tailor made in Eastern Germany in the 70s. And no, it doesn’t look like Kate’s 😉
    There is something nice about having your own dress as well, so for the evening I’ve bought a 1930s dress (a flea market find). I have to say, having read a number of your recent articles I am mighty glad I never even set foot in a bridal boutique.
    Anyone else wearing their mum’s dress? (or their nan’s?)

  2. i really love the bride in her mum and grandmas dress… i wish i could be as tiny as my mum AND grandma on my wedding day so i could wear either of their dresses, but i was blessed with curves hahaha!

    i also loved seeing the owl and the pussycat themed ideas… so cute!

    xo

  3. keeley

    well . . .i cant decide which is my fave part of this post… oh yes i can!! who knew a song with the words ‘even if i farted and followed’ through in could be so lovely?!?! haha and im not wearing my nannas dress! as much as i wouldve loved to as it was stuning, and similar to kates actually, but i am wearing a £75 vintage one form the 30’s and i cannot wait. bridal boutiques werent for me either! 😉 ahhh i think you deserve to have an award on your mantel piece! xx

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