I took my girls to the Marin County Fair over the July 4th holiday. I loved seeing the visual cacophony of the carnival. It was a feast of crazy color and design!




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We love the different representations of an ornate feather quill in this wedding invite. From the silver and bronze combination on the folder to the subtle blind hit letterpress on each card to a bit of flair on the return envelope, the simple use of one single design element really brings this invitation suite together.


Everytime I am in the wine country, I insist on taking a detour to Healdsburg to visit SHED. Just off the main square, it’s a beautifully designed building with a warm yet industrial feel. I love going for lunch and a glass of local wine, but I also love wandering around the space, tasting and admiring everything from the homemade vinegars to the gorgeous housewares and books to the array of gardening tools and supplies.




Looking for the perfect outfit for those little ones walking down the aisle? We paired some adorable wedding outfits with past designs for a little inspiration on how to create a cohesive look on your wedding day. Shopping links below to help you find the perfect wardrobe for your own ring bearers.

Seersucker Jacket
Bow ties and Suspenders
Linen Vest


It can be hard to pair patterns together and make them work, but this wedding invitation successfully combines several ornate designs into one cohesive suite. The combo of gold and red keeps the design elegant and elevates the entire feel.