♥ I wish that computers had some kind of scratch-n-sniff function – this candle looks and sounds like it would smell absolutely delicious… I just really want to smell it!
♥ Post-birth, this peach and basil whisky sour sounds SO good.
♥ This rag wreath is so colourful and cute! It reminds me of a morris rag coat.
♥ KraftyKDesign make some adorable planters, like this gorgeous face planter and this fox one, too!
After the record-breaking slowest photo editing ever (which can mostly be blamed on ridiculous nausea courtesy of the first trimester!) I have finally posted some of the photos I took at Caroline and Nori’s wedding! If you fancy having a look, they are in the portfolio section – click here if you want to be taken straight to the post.
♥ Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2 was released this week, and we’ve been enjoying cooking up some of our old favourites, as well as cooking some new and exciting dishes!
♥ I really want to try this whirlybuns recipe.
♥ This dad’s letter from tooth fairy to his son is brilliant… Parenting goals.
♥ Emma has written 17 tips for an environmentally friendly wardrobe.
♥ As I posted on Thursday, Jack and I got married this week!! We were super thrilled to have Sassy of Assassynation photograph the day, and she’s already posted some magnificent sneak peaks on Facebook – go see, go see!
♥ This antipasto platter looks divine.
♥ Who else fancies trying to make their own cat bed?!
♥ Jack made these delicious cookies for his work bake-off last week – not only are they super delicious, they’re easy to make and you can freeze the dough!
♥ Rifle Paper Co. teamed with Keds to make the prettiest sneakers. Swoon!
During my interlude away from my blog, we got up to a fair few things – here’s a little update on what has been happening whilst I’ve been gone!
♥ The cutest corkscrew.
♥ Pretty much in love with the new camera bag collaboration between A Beautiful Mess and Kelly Moore!
♥ This shoe DIY! Ahh!
♥ Rhubarb buttermilk upside down cake, anyone?
We found out that we were expecting on Easter Sunday. We took one test in the morning, which we didn’t quite believe, and so took another in the evening (after having spent a lovely but lengthy day with family!). That was the time we started to let the happiness, surprise, confusion, disbelief and glee wash over us. Finding out you’re growing a tiny, little human, is such an overwhelming feeling!