Great list of things you need when you’re travelling to a new place. Beautiful pictures too.
Love this stunning Marie Antoinette inspired wedding photoshoot! Those dresses, those tea cups! This is so beautiful!
How? How did they do this? This is beautiful! “Melia uses a technique that is unique to her work in which she bakes powder pigments and paints onto a sheet of aluminum or glass. Through this process, she can obtain translucent layers which she says ‘can glow with light.'”
Because being an adult is hard. But Mandy has some great tips to help us all out … coz she knows we need it.
Every season is gift season, right? There’s always a birthday, or an anniversary, or it’s actually Christmastime. Elizabeth shares some great ideas on making the gift your giving that little more personal.
While I haven’t been to Alaska, reading Amanda’s post about the American state and little New Zealand, I can definitely see the similarities. Would love to head to Alaska and check it out one day.
Fantastic post from Ria about her ethnicity, and the stereotypes of the world.
I’ve always thought an autumn wedding would be pretty. I don’t like the heat of summer, but a wedding in the middle of winter would be too cold. Autumn is my favourite season, so it would work well. And after seeing all of these increidble autumn colour palettes, I’m more convinced than ever. Now, just to find me a man. Didn’t mean to have 2 wedding posts either. Oops.
Loving these double exposure photographs. It reminds me of the overlay photos that I did a little while ago. Mine are definitely not as cool, but I love the double exposure effect.
These mandalas on stones are so beautiful! They look so effective!