I have sort of been obsessed with watching Master Class on Oprah’s OWN network recently. If you haven’t seen it before, the idea is that there are lessons to be learned from each life, and that you should treat your life as a class. The show features a star baring it all with intimate details of what brought them to this point in their lives. One of my favorites I just watched was Sharon Stone. She is such a fascinating woman. You MUST watch it. Here are some of her life lessons she shared.
It’s the design nerd in me, what can I say. I get giddy when I see beautiful packaging, or in this case when I go to a restaurant, Driftwood Kitchen, with beautiful branding. I found myself snapping pics of the menus, business cards, you name it. I know I know, but I just couldn’t help myself. Here are a few of those pics.
I really cannot get enough of bohemian style prints. I am finding this inspiration is sneaking it’s way into my work even! Here are a few of my favorites
Happy Friday Friends! Here is a little round up of fun. The inspiration to-go pic is a rose gold beauty we just created for a custom client. LOVING all things Rose Gold, have I mentioned that today?
Here are just a few bits of wedding inspiration I have been slightly obsessed with lately.
As I was watching the always inspiring Joy Cho in her Alt Summit keynote talk, I was struck by this quote she ended with by Thomas Jefferson. To all you creative professionals, bloggers, or simply creatives, I highly recommend watching her talk.
We are huge fans of date bites in our house. But I was looking for something a little different to make, just to mix it up. I am LOVING these alternatives. Can’t wait to try them out!
Happy Friday my friends! Here is a little Friday fun for you. The inspiration to-go is the view I captured last weekend from the fabulous Pelican Hill Resort. My favorite pin of the week is this fabulous pink bike seat. And the recipe to try is this indulgent Baked Fontina with herbs and garlic! Let me know if you give it a try!
This trip has been on my bucket list for a while now. It’s not too far from home, and it’s all about great food and great drinks. Shuck your own oysters at Hog Island Oysters, along side the bay in which they grow. Picnic tables come complete with your own grill, oyster shucking tools, lemons and hot sauce. Take a tour of Cowgirl Creamery enjoy a tasting, and get hands on with a curds demonstration. Finally take a tasting tour of the fabulous Lagunitas brewery. Oh how I want to go on this trip!!!
Photo credit for Lagunitas Brewery Alyson Levy