A Sunday Kind of Love... Slow sunday mornings are good for the body and soul. As someone who works in the wedding and event industry, weekends are BUSY! Wedding day alone we put in about 12-14 hours. In one day...and that's not including all the hours of work leading up to the wedding. The day after the wedding is just slow and easy going while my body and soul rejuvinates. My self care routein involves sleeping in (till 8 because that is sleeping in these days!), taking it easy, a light workout or walk, and my favorite guilty pleasure TV. ********* What are your favorite lazy day traditions? 📷 Blair Schluter Photography
Part 3, 3 swipes- and this one gets personal! For any brides out there with more than the usual nerves about their portrait session and being around a camera, this is one way to really get over that fear! Hope you enjoyed this series and that it helped, feel free to tag any brides you know are camera shy!
As I scraped the walls I couldn't help but think of my childhood room. I had a colorful (hideous) flower pattern with matching border 💐 My friend's new house had similar 1980's wallpaper. So scrape off we did. I am a good friend 🙈⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This. Pattern. Is. Different. I can hear my bedroom walls calling for it. But without the matching border. Design from @nicolettemayer.