Over the past few months I’ve had the pleasure of working with The Boys & Girls Club to redo their art room. One of my goals for the year was to find ways to give back through my design work, and I’m so thankful that this opportunity appeared! I often tell people why I value art education so much because I was lucky enough to have the resources to create and the opportunity to see beautiful spaces from a really early age. I’m thrilled that the kids this community serves now have a new space to explore their creative side!
Emily and Mike’s wedding was so much fun! Many of the creative details, like the photoshopped seating cards and colorful ceremony backdrop, were actually handmade by this awesome couple. It was truly an eco-conscious DIY wedding for the books, complete with delicious food and friends and family who came to party!
When Lourdes (aka the boss babe behind Ruby Street) sent me an inspo pic of a celestial garden party for The Ruby Street x Hungry Bear Catering holiday party, my brain went WILD. Cue my gal Val for the epic cosmic floral burst, Collective Rentals for the custom copper chairs (yes, you read that right) and lounge sets, La Piñata bringing it as always with the table top, and last but never ever least, my bff Britt who always hits the good angles!!
Thank you to all the vendors and lovely peeps who made this event so fun and for bringing the good vibes! Cheers!
I had such a blast coordinating Kristen and Colin’s colorfully minimalist wedding. Every detail was so intimately “them”, from pies made by their loved ones, all the way down to their tables being organized by favorite dates they’ve had! I am so happy for them and was honored to be part of their day.
Special shoutout to Laura Ford for these amazing shots and all of the other incredible vendors we worked with, listed at the end.