Nursery in Wonderland | Shabby Chic Meets Wonderland

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Nursery in Wonderland

I went back and forth on the nursery theme for a while. I didn't know if I wanted to go with just a colored pallet or a full theme. I spent too much time on Pinterest looking at ideas. Finally came across something that inspired me to go with an Alice in Wonderland theme with a vintage twist. I had the pleasure of working with 3 amazing artists to put this theme together. It turned out way better than I ever imagined. Her room is hands down my favorite room in the house.

Sleepy Station: White crib I actually got on a swap shop for $30 (score!). Quilt & crib skirt I made with Alice in Wonderland fabric I was able to find on eBay. Photos above her crib are from her newborn photo session. Alice painting was done by the amazing Avalon from The Crea8tive Pencil.

Snuggle Station: This rocking chair ROCKS my world. Seriously so comfy! The chair was painted by Girls with Brushes as well as the nightstand. The lamp I found at target for $13 on sale. Alice Pillow is from Amazon. The adorable bunny her Auntie brought her all the way from Rome.

Changing Station: Pink changing table by Girls with Brushes. Artwork by The Crea8tive Pencil. I made the curtains to match the crib skirt & did I DIY project on the puzzle piece while I was waiting to go into labor...(she was 3 days late...)

Memory Cabinet: This crazy beautiful piece was created by Girls with Brushes. I just love this cabinet so much. Inside it has little pieces of things from my childhood & my husbands (books, baby photos, baby clothes, etc), along with little bits on Alice in Wonderland woven throughout.

Belly Casting: This might be one of my favorite things in her room. When I was pregnant (about 37 weeks) my momma helped me do a belly casting. Erin from Art Body Sarasota created this amazing design and put it on my belly with henna. (blog post on that coming soon). Then Erin brought this design to life on my belly casting. It's now a timeless piece of artwork.

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