My March Round-Up
I'm only slightly embarrassed to admit that I love to surf social media. But my loss of time is your gain of inspo! I'm here to share some of my favorite things with you, including fashion, design, sewing, wedding inspo, and more.
Here's my March roundup:
We added these bowls to our wedding registry and they were the first gift we received! I absolutely adore the slight texture of the bowls. I used them as display props for my holiday markets in Seattle, and almost everyone picked them up to see if they were for sale!
This blue bathroom completely stopped me in my scroll. I love pretty much everything about it! I think I would just have two separate sinks instead of one large one. The blue tile is so stunning and the bathroom feels incredibly peaceful. Plus, I'm a sucker for brass finishes.
Photo by JHL Design
Our neighbor's camellia tree has taken off blooming this month. We have been renting our house for three years now and it’s easily been my favorite part of living here. Once this tree starts blooming, I know spring is just around the corner, which means lots of cherry blossoms, rhododendrons, tulips, peonies, and dahlias. I'm looking forward to visiting the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and the Rhododendron Botanical Garden again in April!
Ever since I started planning my wedding in 2020, I have become an avid Etsy connoisseur. I love all the handmade treasures you can find, but I love the vintage finds too. I was looking for a ring box for my wedding and came across these antique glass ring boxes. They are next-level good. I’ve never seen anything like them before! The little ring cushions and hooks make these so magical. They’re an heirloom piece and priced accordingly. You can find these saved in my Etsy favorites!
Selkie is a brand known for their fluffy organza dresses, loved by uber-feminine fashion junkies everywhere. They are show stoppers, even if you wouldn’t wear them yourself. I'm planning my wedding (sort of a Tuscan outdoor garden party theme except in Florida) for next month and I would be so excited if one of my guests showed up in this dress.
The Big Island Stones & Stars Pattern by @wholecirclestudio
I think this quilt pattern is so clever! You can invert the way your eyes see the design by playing with your color selection. I love the subtle curves and mid-century modern vibes it has, no matter the color palette.
Hope you enjoyed seeing a little bit into what's on my brain lately. 'Til next time!