I’m dreaming about my upcoming vacation to Nantucket and cannot wait to visit one of my favorite spots on the island – Cisco Brewers.
The art of quilting goes back for centuries. Every stitch tells a story and has a rich history of family and tradition. Hopewell, a design workshop in Los Angeles, has transformed the tradition of American craft into textiles for modern living. Their inspiring, US-made designs are beautiful and versatile – use it for a day at the beach or as an accent for any room in the house. They also make for thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gifts.
This year we’ve redesigned our logo, and we’ve redesigned our blog, and now it’s time to redesign our website.
Over the last few months we’ve been working on a new layout for adayinmay.com, and just last week we held a photo shoot to photograph all of the work – new and old – that we’ve been working on. We found a fabulous photographer, Carol Vaziri, and had a blast experimenting with backgrounds, textures and embellishments.
Stay tuned for the official launch later this year!
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!
Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg are the incredibly talented photographers behind Ann Street Studio. Together they unfold tales of fashion, travel, truth and beauty. Their work is beautiful and inspiring.
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.