We hope you are having a wonderful day today with family and loved ones. And for those of you who are celebrating, we wish you a very Happy Easter! Click through to see a couple more Minted Easter celebrations.Comments Off on Happy Easter!
I love party photo booths because they work equally as well at a kid’s birthday as they do at a wedding. And you can easily personalize them to the occasion with the backdrop. This candy button backdrop is so easy it only requires three supplies and about ten minutes.4 COMMENTS
When I discovered the design blog, Daily Dishonesty, it was love at first sight. It combines so many of the things I love in a blog, great typography, illustration and is witty to boot! Graphic designer Lauren Hom chronicles the little white lies we tell ourselves on a daily basis and in such a fun, colorful way it almost makes you not feel bad about it.
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They aren’t just for eating; herbs can be a great addition to your wedding day as well. Besides being a beautiful addition to your decor, they will make your space smell delicious, can serve two purposes (see below on favors!), and best of all they are very inexpensive.
Keep reading to see all of the ways you can incorporate herbs into your wedding day.Comments Off on Decorating with Herbs
If you’re like me and don’t eat a lot of chocolate, or if you want your kids to have a cute activity to keep them busy Easter morning, than this DIY ‘Egg Garland in a Carton” is perfect.
It’s all the fun you need for the Easter weekend! Let’s get started with materials…
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Easter is just a week away! It’s time to break out the cartoon of eggs and all the creativity you can muster. Luckily with the internet there is so much inspiration for you to devour. For those of you not willing to roll up your sleeves for dye, here are a few favorite non-dying egg decorating ideas:
Have a wonderful weekend!
Love, Liz + The Julep Editors2 COMMENTS
Spring is my favorite time of year for weddings! After a long, cold winter I always find myself going a little coo-coo for happy spring colors. This is one of my all-time favorite color palettes for a spring wedding. Pairing watermelon, peach, blush pink and mint the look is feminine without being girly, and festive while still feeling romantic.Comments Off on A Pretty Spring Color Palette