OK so why Bashabaloo? It’s no secret I have taken on several fun passion projects over the years, including this blog, but this is the first time I’m “taking things to the next level” and confidently betting on myself, doubling down and creating a thriving (fingers crossed) business. I’ve never done this before. But I’m all in 😉 And this is what I am certain I do best – creating items that make someone smile, with just a hint of surprise.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve spent my entire week so far sick in bed, sick, trying practically everything I could to beat the flu. I woke up this morning feeling a tad bit better, which makes me believe that something (besides the NyQuil) had to have worked! So here is my “Sick Girl Survival Guide”, if you have the flu, I feel your pain and I hope you get better soon <3
There are a couple things that spell SUMMER…
Beach days that turn into bonfire nights
The search for pie recipes to bring to EVERY summer party I attend (whether you like it or not, its happening)
My solution- A pie chart! (hehe. I crack myself up). Here are my top picks for the season:
“Junk Drawers” your worst enemy, is my best friend. Think about it. We all have random drawers in our homes that gather things that we, for whatever reason, don’t want lying around- sometimes we feel bad for throwing it away but most of the time we still have it because it’s just too awesome to Read More
Summer is the perfect time to give your living space a makeover, especially if you are finding that the heat is driving your family indoors more often than you might like. Creating a Bohemian vibe relaxes a room which helps you maintain style even when summer soirees and travel are keeping you from picking up quite as often as in the colder months. Boho is about adding personality to your space without pretension, and you can do it easily with these 10 steps
It wouldn’t be summer without a pool party, right?! But really, the hardest part of styling a home for a family are bringing in real life portraits and photos while still maintaining a clean aesthetic. I think I found a very cool solution and her name is Nina Nolte, whose realistic acrylic painting capture the full essence of a photography but still maintains a really cool fluid feel.
When my bestie asked me to be her Matron of Honor, I was thrilled to say the least. Instantly I screamed with joy, and about 10 seconds later, I started planning the Bachelorette Party. I was determined to make this a memorable fling before the ring and here’s a peek as to how it all unfolded.
I’d love to say our fun weekend magically came together with the snap of my fingers, but it didn’t. It took months of prep and careful consideration about what I thought the Bride wanted. So here’s a handful of things I needed in order to create the ultimate Bachelorette Party.