Design

La Petite Peach_Link Love Nantucket

Happy Thursday! I thought I would throw it back to my styling days. It was always about the people that I worked with that made these shoots the most fun. We had such a blast on this Nantucket shoot-two of my all time favorites to work with helped with this one, Leila Brewster shot everything and Ariel Dearie did the florals. Here is a short list of some of my other favorite people to work with in the wedding industry-if you want the long list, well you will have to ask!

Websites: Green Wedding Shoes and Style Me Pretty

Magazine: Geraldine

Photographers: Trent Bailey, Stacey Hedman, First Mate, Lisa Elizabeth, Greer Rivera, Studio Castillero

Florists: Petal, Pollen Floral Design, Siren Floral, and Sayles Livingston

*I never worked with them when I did styling but LOVE their style!

Planning/styling: Bash BostonSitting in a Tree Events and MStarr Event Design

 

June 12, 2015

Friday Finds

Filed under: Decor, Design, Lifestyle

By Desiree Spinner

La Petite Peach_Friday link love

Daloni Duvet, Linen Edlyn Sofa, Lacquered Regency Armoir, and Beaded Jute Hammock.

TGIF! This week was one of the craziest weeks ever and I happy to say it is over! I hope you enjoy these Friday finds from across the web, and this gorgeous interior design inspiration board.

Airsteam’s with lots of wiggle room.

Pick your own berries on Cape Cod

-The 50 best al fresco dining patios in Boston

Hair color you only need to maintain twice a year.

-“NO screen time until” free printable!

-This beach blond sea salt spray works better than ocean water!

-These blush drop earrings are on my radar, it’s wedding season.

-Water proof swim diaper cover for the babes.

Currently in FASHION

La Petite Peach_Links I love Marthas Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard Weekend

La Petite Peach_ Farmers Market Mood Board

Farmers Market Fashion

La Petite Peach_Wesleigh in an Embroidered Dress 3

Embroidered Summer Dresses

La Petite Peach_early summer Mood Board

When I was young teenager, one of my most favorite things to do was to make a collage out of poster board and magazine clippings. I would lay out all my favorite magazines and even some from around the house, and cut out images/words/colors that I loved and saved them in envelopes. Then I would buy some poster board and make big, and even very small collages about what was going on in my life at that time. Fitting the perfect images together was a challenge that I just loved.  When I was done, I would lay wax paper (I used regular glue or paste) over the collage and placed a good ole’ dictionary on top. So in the morning I would have a perfectly flat and perfect image collage to put on my nightstand, hang on my wall, or give to a girlfriend. They always had a cool theme which I spelled out at the top by mixing letters from different magazine headlines. I did things like, “the best June ever”, “memories from the fair” and my favorite “summer lovin'”.

Since I have been in bed for a few days, (I relished that first day) I have read two books and watched about 6 movies. I was thinking about what I used to do when I was bored and remembered this little activity that I loved so much.  SO I decided to make an early summer mood board as an homage to my teenager years. This time it’s a digital one, but it was still fun all the same.

What do you do when you have extended downtime? I would love to hear!