Elopement Wedding in Santorini - A Destination Wedding
In this post we tell the love story of Geovana and Adriano, who made an Elopement Wedding in Santorini, in Santorini - Come and See!!
Add Artistry To Your Wedding with These Lush Arrangements
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How to Plan a Wedding in Portugal - THE GUIDE
Looking for the perfect vendors for your wedding in Portugal? This guide will help you to decide when to get married in Portugal, where to get married in Portugal, find wedding vendors in Portugal and many other tips from us!
Instagram Inspired | Dreamery Events
There is no escaping what is happening and the mixed emotions our country is facing these past few days. I myself have been feeling low too, but mostly at all the negativity. This blog of mine has been an outlet for inspiration and all things pretty and delicious, for not only you, my readers, but myself…
Sublime Flowers: Glorious floral creations by New York’s highly talented Lewis Miller of Lewis Miller Design are presented in an inspiring new book, ‘Styling Nature’, published this spring by Rizzoli. I love his floral style—abundant, seasonal, and a little bit wild.
Growing up in the countryside in New Zealand, I loved plunging into the garden early on Saturday mornings to pick armfuls of white lilacs, or palest green hydrangea blooms or ivory peonies to arrange simply and profusely for a dinner party that evening. My mother loved flowers in every room to look fresh from the garden, generous, lavish. I was inspired by my grandmother’s collections of books on floral décor by English designers like Constance Spry, and I followed Miss Spry’s natural and…
Christin Geall on Instagram: “One of my students presented on the difference between structure and form in lyric essays today, positing that form is the 'shell' and…”
2,918 Likes, 34 Comments - Christin Geall (@cultivatedbychristin) on Instagram: “One of my students presented on the difference between structure and form in lyric essays today,…”