Tying the knot oceanside? Celebrate that natural beauty with elegant shades of blue and green. Set the tone with sea-inspired place cards, and incorporate the colors into your favors and groomsmen’s looks. Bonus: You already have your something blue.
You can’t go wrong with classic neutrals, a touch of shine, and all the forestry. Optimal for a sleek, modern setting or a barn vibe, this color scheme looks ah-mah-zing on your invitations and on your cake.
Even if the wedding is a more casual event, I promise you: It is not that casual. Like your mom always says, “It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed.”
Weddings these days have fewer and fewer rules because couples are just more progressive than they used to be. That’s great! Still, while you have a lot more freedom than you may have had 10 years or so ago, there are a few things to remember while getting dressed to be respectful of the ceremony and the people getting married. Let’s get into it, shall we?
Girls, girls, girls! Of course we know about their passion for all things princess (apologies for the mostly true stereotype) and their flair for the dramatic (again, apologies), but girls are unique in fascinating ways.
Does your child have a passion for something? Putting her in contact with people who share her interests can be a great way for her to meet peers, older kids and adults who can support her.
All kids need a network of people they can turn to for support beyond just their parents. For kids with learning and attention issues, it’s especially important to be able to self-advocate and ask for help. It’s a skill they can start building as early as grade school and one they’ll benefit from their entire lives.
It’s important that kids have a say in choosing accommodations. But that doesn’t always happen. As a result, they may not know why the accommodations were chosen.
The Louvre Pyramid was inaugurated on March 29, 1989 by François Mitterrand, the President of the French Republic at the time. The event represents a highlight in the history of French museums.
We transformed a nursing home located by the Lake Toya (in Hokkaido, Japan) into a boutique-typed hotel of wood and fabric. Locally produced cedar logs were applied both for the façade and the interior in order to create a space of comfort.
Our clients purchased Island Cottage in 2015, a 200 year old cottage on the south coast of England overlooking Chichester Harbour. The original building had been extended over many years mostly with insensitive and cumbersome extensions and additions.