How about some electrifyingly cool jellyfish art to kickstart your Friday? Any of you ever have a close encounter with a jellyfish? Thankfully, I’ve never, though my oldest (soon to be four — where does the time go?) once nearly stepped on one at the beach.
Aren’t they magical and mystical? They remind me of parachutes, gently darting along in the ocean.
Say hello to the fourth installment of our Summer Breeze gift guide series featuring rings in cool, ocean colors. Be sure to check out the other parts of our Summer Breeze gift guide series to see a slew of summery earrings, necklaces and bracelets.
I’m currently crushing on the colors produced by citruses. Vibrant in color and tart and refreshing all year long.
Photo via Styled. by A Subtle Revelry
- goat cheese
- honey + balsamic vinegar for sauce
I recently leafed through the latest issue of Styled by Victoria Hudgins of A Subtle Revelry and like all of the previous issues, it contains a goldmine of clever ideas and projects. I spent a good amount of time transfixed on one of the recipes: fig, goat cheese, and pistachio contributed by Lisa Thiele of With Style & Grace.
I love me some pistachios (they’re my go-to snack mixed with dried fruits) but I seldom eat figs and goat cheese. The last time I ate figs? Maybe a few months ago in a fig newton (hardly counts as eating a fig, I know). And goat cheese? I don’t recall ever eating the stuff. But after peering at these photos, I think I might be eating it soon … and a whole lot of it!
For those of you in my boat, this is a recipe that looks delicious and will even have your eyes salivating — tears of joy, perhaps? Pop over A Subtle Revelry to view the latest issue of Styled to jot down the directions to create this beautiful recipe (pp 11 – 18).
A nice takeaway from a wedding is a favor that — much like the bride and groom’s love for one another — can continue growing. Plants! Rooted in love and sure to sprout smiles and the warmest of thanks from wedding guests, here are a handful of plant-related wedding favor ideas.
And to make it easy for your guests, there’s the option of air plants that require little to no maintenance.