Monday, June 2, 2014

Showered with Love

I'm excited for the weekly return of the ever amazing Tara's Monday Made It! Although I'm still in school for 7 more days and haven't had time to create too much, I did decorate a wedding shower for one of the adorable teachers I work with! 

This teacher is getting married on a vineyard in CA this romantic! She's planning on having a rustic and vintage theme.  This was perfect because it reflected so many things that I love myself! And well, isn't the shower supposed to be all about the person who's decorating? That's the rule I was going by. 

I love how the centerpieces turned out! Another teaching friend loaned me some of her vintage Mason jars from her farm house.  Love, love, love! Combined with a burlap runner, wild flowers, and wood rounds. 

Of course I had fun painting!  

Love birds in bird cages! Do you see that awesome runner? It's made from Weathered Wood Fadeless Bulletin Board Paper by Pacon!  I loved the rustic chic look it added! 

Here's one of my paintings on top of Pacon's Weathered Wood paper makes a striking banner! 

Another Mason jar painting! I was thrilled when the bride asked if she could keep the sign. :) 

Here's a view of the entire banner. So striking!

One more's not the best, but I wanted to show the sweet little bunting made of ribbon, card stock, and burlap! 

I can't wait to be inspired all summer long, be sure to check out the rest of the link up! 

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  1. As always....super cute and so creative! You are the awesomeness my friend!
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  2. That looks like the decor at MY wedding!!

    1. Your wedding pictures were GORGEOUS! I just love this style and would choose to be surrounded by it each and every day!

  3. Oh my gosh, Erin, that is so darling! I love everything! I think the Mason jars and white flowers are so elegant. I'm a huge fan of burlap. You are very talented!

    1. Aww, thanks Julie! You are too sweet! I have a burlap/Mason jar obsession. It's pretty bad

  4. Beautiful job! Wish I could paint like that!!!

    Cute in the Classroom