Sometimes I can’t help but check out the latest in bridal fashions, even though I have no intention of being a bride. While the dresses and shoes are always lovely, there’s one thing I keep seeing in wedding blogs that makes me pause and stare.
Wedding bouquets made from brooches.
From Fantasy Floral Designs via June Bug Weddings
I just can’t get over how smart these are. If I’m going to pay a lot of money for a bouquet, I’d like it to last.
From Gloria’s Laughter
I also like the idea of durable flowers, in case of wedding disaster.
from The Ritzy Rose
This one is just breathtaking.
From Noaki Jewelry via Green Wedding Shoes
I love how vibrant they are.
From Studio del Fiore
And of course, here’s a d.i.y. tutorial from Offbeat Bride. This is the end result.
What do you think of these bouquets?
Sigh. Doesn’t this luggage from GetReadySetGo make you dream of vacationing at some great places?
Like taking a safari…
Upcycled Vintage Train Case
These messenger bags make me want to travel to Italy, or anywhere in Europe, really.
Vintage Dijon Mustard Yellow Messenger Bag
Upcycled Brown Vintage Messenger Bag’
I would love to take this on a fun seafaring adventure.
Upcycled Forest Green Train Case Luggage
Or maybe just take a trip to grandmother’s house. It may be boring, but at least you’ll have some attractive luggage.
Vintage Cream Suitcase Set
The owner of the shop has a blog you might want to check out.
Aren’t these lovely prints on vintage dictionary paper?
Above from DreameryStudio
Why, yes, lately I’ve been obsessed with alpacas.
I think the colored ones are beautiful.
Above via CollageORama
Above via Little Blue Bird Studios
Once again, I’m amazed at how cheap etsy can be. All of these prints are under $10. Sorry for such a image heavy post. I couldn’t decide which ones to choose.
via This Mommy Loves
Good Morning. Hasn’t it been such a lovely week? I’m always in a better mood when the cats decide to cuddle with me in the morning. It’s the best way to wake up.
Right now I’m loving:
Charles Sheldon Vintage Illustrations
via Here’s Looking at Me Kid
These beautiful purses made from 50’s-era canvas mail bags.
via Forest Bound (for sale!)
This fabric slasher scarf. I’ve given up on learning how to knit and am now focusing on strictly fabric scarves.
with Tutorial via A Beautiful Mess
I hope everyone has a great weekend. I’m going on a tour of all the farms that stock our local co-op. I heard that there might be some Alpacas (in Florida?). I hope this is true. I love those things.