Life is very different now


Diwali colors



A beautiful union

Centerpiece Daisy

Laurie and Wilton

A perfect match

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Clothespin Nose Ring

Centerpiece Colors

Women's Room

Men's Room

Blues and Smiles

Sam's Name on Cake


Mother-Groom Dance

Caught Red-Handed

Reception Locale

Little Jars of Love

All Smiles

Pretty Plant

Noodle and Margie

Knitted Lighthouse

First-Dance Kiss

I love you both so much, Mikey and Samantha. Congratulations, and may the lighthouses within each of you always guide you back to each other.




Mixtures of color, pattern, and texture

The Bay Area experienced a cold snap a couple weeks ago, and ever since, I’ve been really digging the simplicity, coziness, and versatility of a good knit. And not just knit clothing. Vibrant colors make dreary and sunny days brighter. The mix of textiles, color, and patterns temporarily tames my wanderlust with a worldly, traveled vibe. A few inspirations:

source: pinterest

“And like flowers in the fields, that make wonderful views, when we stand side-by-side in our wonderful hues.”
-Michael Tyler

“The best color in the whole world, is the one that looks good, on you!”
-Coco Chanel

source: free people

“The world is exploding in emerald, sage, and lusty chartreuse – neon green with so much yellow in it. It is an explosive green that, if one could watch it moment by moment throughout the day, would grow in every dimension.”
-Amy Seidl

“Mere color, unspoiled by meaning, and un-allied with definite form, can speak to the soul in a thousand different ways.”
-Oscar Wilde

source: free people

“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most.”
-John Ruskin

source: pinterest

“The craving for color is a natural necessity just as for water and fire. Color is a raw material indispensable to life. At every era of his existence and his history, the human being has associated color with his joys, his actions and his pleasures.”
-Fernand Leger

source: four knots

“All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites.”
-Marc Chagall