A week before easter, I received a phone call from a lovely client who wanted a cake for her dear little grandson’s Christening which was to be celebrated on Easter Sunday. When she casually mentioned that his name was Noah, I knew right away that this would be an opportunity to create something very special. Our family has a Heavenly son called Noah and I felt such a heart connection to this display.
It is my absolute pleasure to share with you our family Christmas dinner. I enjoyed all of the preparation immensely and honestly found it all so simple to create the look I was after. I chose rustic red and white for my colour theme, bringing in different textures and fabrics as well as combining vibrant red and whites with more earthy natural tones.
I loved using brown paper and string with bells and wooden christmas decorations to wrap the presents and display them throughout the table.
I had the immense pleasure of planning and hosting a baby shower for a friend of mine who is expecting her third baby. She loves bright colours, particularly yellow and orange. I decided to go with a yellow vintage theme…not too soft and pale, not too bright and cheesy….a beautiful mix of yellow ginghams, checks, brown spots and a few little duckies.
One of our dearest little Lambs turned 6 last week. Such a sweet little thing.
A real cutie patootie!
Each year in October our two Jacaranda trees blossom.
They are a sight to behold.
This year I decided to start a new family tradition and have at least one tea party under the beauty of these remarkable trees every Spring.