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Aria’s Nursery

I designed this nursery for my younger sister. She is having her first baby in August and I offered to design and install her nursery as a gift for her. Her requests were simple: she wanted something beautiful, classy, that inspired peace, and with no too much pink! I found loads of inspiration on Project Nursery Instagram page. I would describe this nursery style as Boho Chic. I hope you can feel inspired by it. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

XO Nursery

Kingsley’s XO Nursery

This room was such a blast to design. With welcoming our second baby girl, so soon after our first (22 months later), I was worried that I’d be a one-trick pony and just replicate our first daughter’s nursery, which I love so very much! But, I was determined to give sweet Kingsley a room all her own and equally determined to step outside of my design comfort zone.
I had my eye on the Love Wallpaper by Sissy + Marley for Jill Malek since we first brought it into The Project Nursery Shop. With that as my base and Pottery Barn Kids onboard to partner together, I was giddy and nervous to start adding tons of texture and patterns! From the Hazel Rug to the large X O prints and neon sign on top of the wallpaper, I was all in to be funky and original.
At times, I almost retreated back to the comfort of solid colors and bare walls, but my Project Nursery colleagues encouraged me to go for it. Throw in a fiddle leaf tree, a letterboard with song lyrics and some pink Converse, and it’s a room I know I’ll love for years to come.
Catch up on all the fun from moving while 8 months pregnant to bringing this room to life with the whole fam.
Photography by ShelbyRaePhotographs.


The Loveliest Nursery

 We were the crazy folks who picked up and moved cities when I was 36 weeks pregnant. My gracious mother let us crash at her house while we sold one house and bought another. This meant that my firstborn’s nursery had to be put on hold. Fast forward four months into her life, and, goodness, creating the nursery was worth the wait! It’s currently the only completed room in our house, and that’s because it’s my favorite. This room–by far–has the most thought, articulation, and love put into it. The first time my husband walked into this room, he said, “Wow. It’s so white in here.” That little comment was music to my ears.

Yellow and Blue Boy Nursery Room View

Oliver’s Nursery

We wanted to create a personal and vibrant nursery that our little boy can grow with. We started with fairly neutral walls in two shades of yellow, then painted the stripes on the wall for his name in blue. Gradually we added the furniture and I made a lot of the things you can see – bunting, lamp & light shades, owls, polka dot trim on the curtain tie backs and matching ribbon for the central heart. We had a lot of fun!


Baby Be Mine, Valentine’s Day Party

This party was a super fun get together for my son and his baby buddies. We had Angel food cake, Neapolitan cupcakes with strawberry filling, mini sandwiches and chocolate covered strawberries. Of course cheerio cups and fruit were plentiful for the kiddos as well.  Each kid received a valentine card along with a box of valentine message hearts.  Overall it was a fun, playful, action packed event!


Greenbrae Girl’s Room

This project was a complete overhaul from the custom upholstered headboards to the custom bolster pillows.  We wanted the rooms to showcase the girls and their personalities but also wanted them to be able to transition as they grow.  The rooms have great bones and colors that you can easily change the accent colors for a completely different look.


Eskimo Kisses & Valentine’s Wishes Party

To me there is nothing sweeter than an Eskimo kiss shared with my little girl. Her little nose just begs for them. It is this simple gesture of love that has inspired our Valentines Day event this year. We invited a few of her little friends and their moms to celebrate the sweetness with us.
A canvas painted in a soft ombre blush was the backdrop to our dessert table.
“Eskimo kisses” (Hershey Kisses), “Eskimo Pies” (Ice cream sandwiches) and “snowballs” (coconut covered marshmallows), Eskimo cookies and igloo cake pops were set out for the little invitees to enjoy.
The centerpiece, an igloo cake set on a hand-made cake stand spray-painted metallic gold made the party theme come alive.

The little Eskimo Illustration was modeled after one of my favorite winter photos of my daughter all bundled up in her winter coat with just her sweet face peaking out. So cozy and cute!

Hues of blush, gold and aqua came together to create a soft, girly party setting.

Like soft fluffy snowballs, tulle Pom toppers adorn some of our guest treats, and pom wands doubled as centerpieces for the dining table.

The girls enjoyed coloring their Eskimo Printable Color Me page and loved all the sweets!


Bright & Fun Pink Beach Nursery

This is the room we created for our daughter. We wanted to make it bright, fun and not too “baby”. A room that will grow with her. A lot of her furniture we already had and was given to us. We just had to find a crib to match. Our color scheme was decided by the fun toddler comforter we found.


Brynn’s Big Girl Room

I knew I wanted to make my daughter’s “big girl” room bright and cheerful to match her personality.  


A Happy Nest!

We are expecting our first baby (girl) in April! I wanted a nursery that was modern yet simple that she could grow into over the years. We are thrilled with the finished project and can’t wait to welcome our baby girl into her happy nest! 


Mille’s Frilly Shower

My dear friend Millie is pregnant with her third child and FIRST girl so we had to have the girlies shower possible!


{Love Rocks!} Rockin’ the Valentine’s Party Scene

Valentine’s Day is coming up and Southern Belle’s Charm wanted to give you some inspiration. I am a southern girl, but have lived in Las Vegas for a few years now. So with a great deal of west coast influence in my design style, I present to you: {Love Rocks!} Vegas Style!. Everything in Vegas Rocks: the people, the music, the lights and the clothes! So when dreaming up the Valentine’s Party – what better than a Rockstar Theme! What kid doesn’t love guitars, bright colors and loud music. The uber talented and so sweet, Paula of Frog Prince Paperie was kind enough to design the most gorgeous {Love Rocks}Valentine’s Printables Collection for the party. The girl has mad design skills and totally showed her inner Rocker! Paula also designed the most adorable {Valentine’s}and {Coloring Pages}! Piggy Bank Parties designed the most amazing {Backstage Entrance Sign} that we used so the kids could {Rock Out & Jam} with their guitars. It was a blast seeing the talent – they are definitely future Rock Stars in the making! Piggy Bank Parties also made this adorable {LOVE ROCKS Banner}and {Favor Envleopes}! As soon as I saw these {Mini Gable Boxes} that Pam of Party Starters is using this year, I knew they would be absolutely perfect for the {Love Rocks} Valentine’s Party! She was so wonderful to coordinate them to match the fabulous designs by Frog Prince Paperie. The {Dessert Table} featured sweets from some seriously talented women! Above the table, we hung {DIY guitars}that ended up being great fun later in the party! {Rockin’ Cupcakes} courtesy of Kari of Retro Bakery and the AMAZING {Tini Banners} courtesy of Do of the fabulous Piggy Bank Parties. Fell in love with these {Mini Doughnuts} from Nicole of Dough-a-Deer! The kids loved drinking Crush through the doughnuts! The adorable {Orange Creme Homemade Marshmallows & Mini Heart Cookies} were courtesy of Sara from Dandy Delights. The kids went crazy for them! The kids and parents ALL loved these {LOVE ROCKS} cookies by Nikki of The Sweetest Thing! The boys had a great time strumming the guitars before they ate them! Nikki is selling these cookies for Valentine’s Day – so make sure you place your order. How fun for kids’ school treats! Favor tags available from Frog Prince Paperie to match! Love, Love, Love this new trend by the fabulous Terri of Terri’s Treasures! She calls them {Cake Balls} but I call them AMAZING! The presentation in the mini heart boxes is divine! If you are a {non-chocolate lover like me – don’t judge} these are perfect in lieu of truffles! Terri also provided the {Cake Balls on a Straw} with the chocolate letters that spell {LOVE ROCKS}! Melissa of Frosted made the most adorable {Cake Pops} for the Party! Kim of Little Ladybug Designs was so kind to create {Thank You Cards}! As a southern girl, I believe children should write thank yous. The kids love the {Custom Love Rocks} tattoos by Ali of Buttonhead!