Last Christmas was the first year that Ryley and I sent out Christmas cards together (as an engaged couple), but this year is our first official married couple card! Hooray! 🙂 And it helps that they are SO pretty! The envelopes are even gold lined! When we had the calligraphy done for our wedding stationary, we had the calligrapher make us a personal stamp with our home address on it, so we got to use this for the first time too! Such a nice personal touch! Links below.
These beautiful cards are printed by Simply To Impress. Photos of the card are taken by me in our kitchen! The wedding photo on the card is by Emily Steffen Photography and was taken at The Barn at Harvest Moon Pond in Poynette, Wi. The gorgeous calligraphy stamp was created by Abany Bauer of Brown Linen Design. She did AMAZINGLY beautiful work for our wedding paper goods!
There’s nothing like a good scarf this time of year! 🙂 It was a blustery gray day and I was feeling blue, so I went to Marshalls and this cozy little guy found its’ way into my shopping bag! Here I am just wearing it with jeans and a black t-shirt around the yard, but I have been wearing it with everything from north face zip-ups to my pretty peacoats! Gotta love cozy versatility!
This cozy scarf is from Marshalls. Boots are Calvin Klein’s (got mine at Boston store, but Macy’s and Younker’s has them too!). Jeans are from Abercrombie and Fitch (these are jeans not jeggings, but are suppper soft!). Black top is from The Loft. Gold ring is from The Limited and watch is from Francesca’s. And as always, my loving hub took these pictures in the cold!
“May your days be merry and bright!” Christmas is in full swing around here! We put up our decorations and now there is nothing better than sitting in the living room with a heavy knit throw, a toasty fire in the fireplace, and lights, lights, lights! The cold weather makes me crave nummy cocoa and of course, turkey with the fixins’!
Ahhhh… The holidays! 🙂 I took all of these photos in my house! The big turkey, mashed tatoes, stuffing, and green bean casserole we made after Thanksgiving because we just couldn’t get enough! This was actually my first time making a turkey and Ryley’s first time carving one!
“And may all your Christmases be white!”