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Election Day Hope

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Some election day thoughts… I am not going to tell you who to vote for or share who I am voting for.  My hope is by the time you’re reading this, you’ve already voted.  Casting a vote is the only way we can do our part to control the outcome.  We do not have control […]

There is Nothing New Under the Sun

Nov 3

Life Adventures

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Full disclaimer… we visited Marquette in October 2019 and I drafted this post last winter.  However, then COVID hit and somehow it seemed inappropriate to talk about traveling.  But here were are at fall again and I’m loving reliving the memories of beautiful autumn days… want to walk down memory lane with me a bit??? […]

Visiting Marquette, Michigan

Oct 22

Life Adventures

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Various shades of green and tan immediately catch my eye. But upon further contemplation, I see subtle mauve and grey tones as well with so much texture it makes me giddy.

Inspired by September Views of Our Neighbor’s Farm

Sep 28

Wedding Planning & Advice

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I couldn’t resist creating a little peach inspired tablescape. It was amazing as I started wandering around my garden a playing with some extra studio blooms, how many blended so beautifully with the luscious fruit. The complete set up felt like summertime spread across my dining room table.

A Peachy Tabletop

Sep 10

Home Decor

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Spring Centerpiece

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Yes, you read that title correctly. May. That was 3 months ago and I’m playing catch up. You know those rumors about having lots of time due to COVID and all the shut downs? Well it turns out if you work in the wedding or hospitality industry it was all just a myth. I’ve been […]

5 Flowers for the Month of May

Aug 14

Flowers

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This summer is flying! I most likely say this every year but with all the crazy antics that this year has brought with it there seems to be a strange balance of time flying one minute and then standing completely still the next. While I have many flower stories a room makeover to eventually share […]

Some Red, White & Blue Inspo just for You!

Jun 30

Home Decor

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Mother's Day brunch ideas

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Mother’s Day is this week, those of you who plan ahead – good for you!  Those of you who haven’t taken notice of this important date on your calender, fear not!  I’m here to help! Not to state the obvious, but obviously taking Mom out to brunch this year is not an option.  There is […]

4 Simple Steps for Setting the Perfect Mother’s Day Table

May 5

Home Decor

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The Best Wedding FLowers for April

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Here it is the last day of April… what a strange month!  I’m sure we all have are own stories of oddities to share from the past few weeks.  It seems like each part of the country and each industry and even each person has been affected somehow, but differently, with all the sickness and […]

April Flowers

Apr 30

Wedding Planning & Advice

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Florist Studio in Harbor Springs, Mi

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It’s been quite a year.  Moving your family to a new town is an adventure in and of itself.  Moving your business along with it adds a whole other dimension to the equation.   Our little farmhouse is charming, even without us doing anything to it.  But obviously I was itching to get my hands on […]

The Day’s Design Studio Tour

Apr 28

Life Adventures

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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs | TownLine Journal

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Easter sure is going to look different this year.  No big family gathering.  No big church breakfasts.  No sunrise services.  No connecting with others.  It seems so strange to think about celebrating alone. Visions of frilly Easter dresses and egg hunts have vanished.  The normal Easter baskets are going to be a little less stuffed.  […]

#StayHome Easter Ideas

Apr 3

Lifestyle

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