When we moved into a new home recently it was the perfect opportunity to trade in our daughter’s nursery for a “big girl room”. I wanted a cheerful and bold space for our colorful girl, but I also love fresh, bright rooms, so decided to go with a white backdrop and add happy punches of pink, turquoise and yellow. This room just makes me happy every time I walk by, and I love how it reflects the fun personality of our little girl.
It was so fun putting together this nursery for our first born. We wanted a feminine nursery with woodland accents. All items were hand selected from a variety of stores to keep the room unique and personal. Our idea was for the nursery to be transitional for Emerson as she grows. Furnishings and accents were chosen with a less juvenile feel with the hope that she will enjoy them for years to come.
We celebrated Lowe’s peach, mint and pink first birthday at a restored cotton gin near our hometown.
We wanted to have a beautiful, fun party to celebrate our sweet Carolyne turning 1! Our “theme” was “Sweet Carolyne” (like the Neil Diamond song) and included a dessert table with nothing but “sweets.” We used different shades of pink and coral, along with gold and glitter accents. Most everything was DIY by mommy!
Since the party was at 10 am, we had a breakfast bar with some brunch favorites – mini pancake stacks, sausage balls, chicken salad on croissants, mini blueberry muffins, and a yogurt bar!
Our little girl was turning two and we wanted to do a really special, girlie and pink tea party to celebrate her second birthday. Thus, Tea for Two was born!
Very girly, cute, and pink baby girl nursery!
We had our daughter dedicated at church and wanted to celebrate the special occasion with our family and close friends. The decor was simple, and all DIY, but still made for a perfect lunch!
I added pinks and blues that matched her toys to coordinate everything together.
This modern aztec nursery is a perfect place for a sweet little girl to call her own. With a modern, aztec feel to the space and the addition of bright colors in an otherwise black and white space, we love bringing the unexpected into her room through color, texture and meaningful items.
I wanted to create a feminine, soft, colorful, and classic space for my little girl and I to enjoy. My hope is that it can be a room she will enjoy growing into as she becomes a young lady. I work as an interior designer and architect – this has been my favorite project so far and one I am most proud of!
My daughter has a great obsession with all things Peppa Pig. If you haven’t seen the cartoon yet it’s a must! A pig with a British accent?! Sign us up! I knew that she would love a “Peppa” Party.
This project is of the nursery I designed for our first child, Letty Grace.
This is my daughter’s room in our new home in Charlotte, NC where we recently moved from a much smaller space in Brooklyn. This move was a big transition for my daughter, so it was very important that it feel familiar and cozy, yet exciting and girly at the same time. Many, if not most, of the design elements in the room, including the drapery, artwork, and chest of drawers, were either handmade or painted by myself or a family member. It is truly a room made from love, with personal touches that could not have been found in any store.
A DIY girly and glittery pink and gold dinosaur birthday party for my 3 year old daughter.
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Liesl absolutely LOVES animals, so we decided that a Wild African Safari would be the perfect theme for her 5th birthday. Her only request was “live animals”, and we found a great non-profit to give the party goers a fun and and education exotic animal show and Liesl was their special assistant.
After moving into our new home, it was time to put together the perfect room for my little ladies.
We designed a custom invitation and the party details including water bottle tags, favor stickers, t-shirt logo and of course the lunchbox gifts!
A sophisticated, sparkly first birthday with coral, peach, blush pink, ivory and gold colors as the theme.
Our vision was to make her room feel apart of our home so we didn’t go completely crazy with a theme. However, if I had to describe the nursery, we were going for a clean chic – using grays, whites, and touches of blush pinks with fun patterns throughout. The bedding was the first thing we picked out, which I fell in love with, and it set the stage for the rest of the nursery. We did a lot of the projects on our own which helped cut costs and also made it more personal. We are extremely pleased with how everything turned out and are excited to share!