Happy hump day all! Today I could really use a time machine to slow down the hours a bit. This year's time change seems to have thrown me for a loop. I am barely keeping my eyes open at 8pm and then am wired again at 11. I've just never been a morning person and this spring forward just aint helpin. In an effort to lift my spirits I did receive some gorgeous wedding photos from the talented team at Montclair Studios in NJ.
Holy canoli its February. Of two thousand eighteen. Does anyone else feel like we're going 100mph?? This marks the first of a monthly series of inspirational mood boards I will be putting together. February is the first one because of said universal warp speed. The hope is that these mood boards can spark some inspiration for a whole wedding suite. This is a self directed project which I hope will elicit some customers and help me push my creative rut by doing all the little extras that some brides might not have the budget to do.
So I realize I am a little late to the game here, it being the last day in January of twenty-eighteen. But I still wanted to do a run down of my goals for the year. Both professionally and personally. First things first:
Volunteering started to become a passion of mine after my sorority in college (GoAChiO!) encouraged (aka required) us to be upstanding citizens in our community. There is no greater feeling than giving back. So after a few years In Denver, realizing that we were here to stay, I got involved with our local American Cancer Society office. They needed some marketing help with their annual gala, Champions of Hope. I started last year with a Moulin Rouge themed ball, and this year it was all about the Butterfly.
In our 114 year old house we are blessed with beautiful crown molding and turn of the century stained glass. We are NOT however, blessed with a master suite. We commandeered the largest bedroom in the house as our master, and have since been tweaking the layout. We started by expanding the master closest and getting a king size bed. Hallelujah thank you jesus I don't know how 2 people and a dog sleep in anything smaller. It is a marriage saver.