Part of the reason I created Color Guru was so that I’d have an excuse to get lost in color-gazing as often as possible. The more you look at color, the more you see subtle differences between shades. My color education started early, in my grandparent’s garage in southern Florida. Grandpa restored antique cars for a living, and his favorite part was painting them. He would mix the paints, and often he had to match the current color perfectly. I remember him showing me two colors and asking me how they were different. I had no idea, they looked the same to me. He’d then insist that one of them was slightly greener, and he’d also insist that he could see the difference “because he was German.” Anytime my grandfather saw something meticulously well done or hard to do, he’d tell us “a German did that!” 😂 My grandpa has passed, but I’m so glad that particular German took the time to share his passion and show his granddaughter some color. .
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘️ Worn at last year’s birthday party - my favorite green piece. Jewel tone, flair, comfortable and has pockets 🤗! Paired with Louboutins and a crop top with a chocker neckline. Carrie Bradshaw vibes 🙌🏻.
Glittering gold and rich plum fill @theestateatsunsetfarm with so much beauty we just can't handle it! 😁 Check out the latest wedding inspiration on Bridal Gush that is oozing with sophisticated and refined details that you will not want to miss. #linkinbio
A big thank you to all of the amazing vendors I got to work with on to shoot to bring my idea to life!!
Vintage Rentals: @lostandfoundrentals
Event Rentals: @primetimepartyrental
Hair and Makeup: @glamonthegollc
Beaded Belt: @oliviajanecouture
It’s St. Paddy’s! So here is my obligatory green post before I have my obligatory beers. 🍻
Detailed shot because I love the details on this mini oil lamp. I wish these were just as much of a thing as candles.
Available in my shop!
@greensinner dropping the #floraldesign mic with this one. An incredible #bridalbouquet from these geniuses! #burghbrides ----
Repost from @greensinner
A simple understated bouquet from this weekend. 📸 @dawnderbyshirephotography 🛋 @osvintagerentals
These Tiffany windows have decorated the First Presbyterian Church of Topeka since 1911. Louis Tiffany used favrile glass-his own invention of formulas using additives like cobalt, gold, and copper as opposed to paints or stains. Per his orders, the formulas were destroyed after his death, so if you were hoping to duplicate this technique, it might take you awhile. ⛪ ✨