The French Countryside

The French Countryside was completely charming and beautiful in every way. The second we left Paris, it was like we entered a different world. On our way to our next destination of Burgundy, France we got the chance to stop at little towns along that way that you would never happen upon without a car. Castles on the hill everywhere you turn, and beautiful vineyards as far as the eye can see.

For me, the French Countryside really was the most beautiful part of Europe. It's what I imagined Europe being only better.


Venice, Italy

Gimmelwald, Switzerland

We arrived home from our two and a half week trip to Europe yesterday afternoon. We had spent the previous 48 hours traveling via planes, trains and buses and are still in a daze from the jet lag. What an amazing place Europe is. It's incredible how the quickly the cultures change from country to country. The architecture, landscape, food, language, they are all unique from one another. 

I figured if I don't start blogging these now I never will since a summer of weddings begins this week. So here is Switzerland. 

We stayed in Gimmelwald, Switerland which is a tiny town built on the top of the cliff. The only way to access this town is by tram and it is beautiful. Switzerland as a whole is nothing short of majestic in every sense of the word. 

We stayed in a small hotel that had the most adorable charm and it is owned by an 80-year-old man who has been running the place for over 30 years. He cooked us and the other guests dinner every night and we sat around and it was fun sitting and chatting with other travelers every night. 

By day we hiked and relaxed. Gimmelwald was the most relaxed our trip was even with the few hikes. Everything there moved at a slower pace in the best of ways. We definitely want to go back some day. 


Site Launch.

I'm very happy and pleased to announce that my website is finally live and fully functioning! There are still a few things to be done, but I'm happy to have it up. If you are following this blog for flower posts, follow me on my new blog here.

This blog is going back to what it was meant to be, a personal blog for me and Curtis. I'd like to keep flower posts and personal posts as separate as I can from now on.

Thanks to my very good friend, Jessica Kettle for the photos! 


A Floral Affair.

This is my favorite frame from the shoot that Brooke of Blush Photography and I worked on together. We envisioned dark light and big headpieces for the perfect Valentine's Post. I'd say she hit the nail on the head with the lighting. To see the full post head over to Brooke's blog

Valentines Day

Happy Valentines Day to my Curt.

Photos by Lindsey Shaun 


Pretty things.

I just thought all of the elements of this photo came together nicely. Excited about this weekend's projects! 


Alt Summit Dinner

Just a few images from the dinner I helped Alison of The Alison Show with, she is one talented lady. Her ideas were phenomenal and it all came together beautifully! For more information on the dinner and to see more photos, visit her blog.

Florist: (yours truly) Tinge Floral
Photography: Heather Mildenstien
Table Place Mat design: Heather Zweig
Event Coordinator and visionary: Alison Faulker