I thought it would be fun to show you exactly what is on my screen right now. A virtual sketchbook of sorts. I am working on Piper’s 3rd birthday party invites. I am still committed to keeping it sort of low key this year. So the invites MAY not be letterpress (we’ll see). It’s so different designing her invitations this year, as she is so opinionated now on what colors she likes, and her princess obsession. Stay tuned for the finished invites!
I am so proud to share with you some images captured at my latest Food to Love workshop. For those of you that are new here, Food to love is an afternoon I host for parents or anyone really, that is interested in learning about eating healthy foods. We talk about tips on getting your kids (or husbands) to eat their veggies, and above all, we learn the importance of eating whole real foods.
One of the most amazing things that happened since my first workshop has been the opportunity to work with Robyn O’Brien. We are helping her design some of her collateral. She surprised our guests with a special video message, and it was so amazing. Robyn is such an inspiration to me, and to the food revolution that it was truly an honor.
Guests snacked on homemade goodies like kale chips, garbanzo quinoa avocado salad, and the wildly popular date balls. Whole Foods so graciously donated all the groceries!! I did a food demonstration, this time I shared my green smoothies. The group of women that attended the workshop were so amazing. Everyone was so open to learning, and open to sharing their own struggles and solutions. After I mentioned the laborious task of prepping kale for kale chips, one of our guests, Shelly, demonstrated her quick and easy method of prepping the kale! We laughed, we shared stories, we watched a few fabulous videos, and it truly was an inspirational afternoon. I just love that quite a few of the ladies started making soaked oats the next day!!
Here is a little peek inside our fabulous goodie bags! First off the amazing gorgeous custom totes are compliments of On To Baby. Inside the tote were amazing goodies from Little Green Pouch, Innobaby, Hypnobabies, Honest Co., Vigilante Eats, Whole Foods, Wiley Valentine & Robyn O’Brien. Thank you so much to our amazing sponsors. I cannot wait for the next workshop. The enormous enthusiasm everyone left with immediately had me thinking of the next workshop. Most probably late summer early fall. Please email me if you are interested, to be first in line! Happy eating my friends! xoxo
We had our studio photographed for a feature in the OC Register this week. It was very exciting, Emily and baby Haddie even came by! The studio is still very spruced and feeling styled, which I just love. Here is a favorite little corner of mine. Moss + vintage finds…sigh.
I love how lace has just been completely reinvented, and made into such a modern yet classic element to include in your wedding. I am majorly crushing on all things lace right now…
We make a lot of fun salads in our house, and there is really no recipe, or right or wrong way to do make them. They are based on whatever I have in the fridge, which is nice because it makes them different each time. Here is a basic guide to how I make my salads healthy and delicious. The fruit in the salad really helps to get your kids to eat and enjoy it.