December 22, 2010

Rainy Day Obsessions


Our Save the Dates! They are gold letter-pressed tied with pink twine (for "tying the knot") and the stamps have a photo of the proposal. The envelopes have the same gold liners as my stationery and then were addressed in gold calligraphy.


Barnes and Noble stop: magazines and a new book (loved her New York Times best selling book, The Forgotten Garden, and I am currently reading her first book, The House at Riverton).


The bridal magazines are a little out of control...


Made some Cookie Dough Balls, recipe here.


OPI's You Don't Know Jacques with 2 coats of Mad As A Hatter on top.


Anna Weatherly Salad/Dessert plate in "Spring in Budapest" (it's all hand painted and looks like a mini work of art!) a gift from my sis!

7 comments:

Amanda said...

Love your save the dates and nail polish combo!!

Sassy In The South said...

Loving the nail polish!

Lisa said...

hi nicole, happy holidays! thx for sharing w/ us. love the plate ur sister got you...it's beautiful!! hope you have a good christmas.
make sure to share with us what u got :) hee hee

Diana said...

Thanks for checking out my recipe - looks like you did a great job with them...yum! :) I recently had OPI's Already Famous on my nails and loved the glittery look, but that Mad Hatter is sooo much more sparkly! Love it!

Courtney said...

Love your save the dates!!

Anonymous said...

Nicole, I love that plate it's beautiful! What do you plan to do with it? I would love to have one of those but I am not sure how to use it? Do you plan to have it displayed as art?

NicoleCrab said...

Thanks everyone!

Anonymous: The plates are one of the chinas we registered for so hopefully I'll be able to use them for luncheons and tea parties! If you want to just purchase one you could use it as a jewelry tray or you could put it on a shelf display!