Rachel knew what she wanted for her wedding, but more importantly, she knew what she didn't want. The thing I love most about her is that she is not afraid to be herself. She knows her limits, and she doesn't push them. Her style oozes out of her, and she OWNS it! She has the right mix of art appreciation and love of color, but she knows when enough is enough. She found her perfect match in Justin, who gracefully lets her be herself, but also pulls her in and holds her close when she needs more than just herself. Their wedding day was the exquisite culmination of their relationship, and it reflected their personalities, both separately and together.

She was almost embarassed to tell me that their spirit celebrity couple is George and Amal, but honestly, I think THEY should be the celebrities! It may have been hot outside for their bright and bold engagement session, but they were the ones who brought the heat... and the heart! We love these two so much and can't wait for them to become a family of 4 in September!

Having four kids, a home, and owning a small business really means I have THREE full-time jobs. Our calendar is so jam-packed and we have kids going everywhere, all the time. We barely have time to do grocery shopping, much less clean the house, cook, or organize anything around here. Something is always broken. Something is always left undone. Something is always a mess. Also, I suck at domesticity.

Every once in awhile, I'm honored to be included in a group of talented artists. The Heartistic Project is one such group. It's a blog full of all kinds of artists, from photography to fashion, to Typography and Scrapbooking. I will be posting once a...

I can't help it. They are the perfect mix of nature, beauty, mood, and science (I know, I'm a nerd. Don't even get me started on why clouds make for a better sunset) that I love. They are one of the few things that can't...