Will’s Nursery Design & Details


Will is 4 1/2 months now so I think it’s about time I share his nursery design and details with you.  If you remember from this post, I talked about how I went back and forth with the design plan and color scheme a lot.  I started out with the idea of a classic baby boy’s nursery with pale blues, white furniture, and tailored matelassé bedding.  I love a preppy, nautical vibe as well so I thought incorporating anchors and other {Read More}



I love a gourmet dessert table with lots of treats made from scratch but sometimes there just isn’t time to put one together.  That doesn’t mean you can’t assemble something special, though!  There are so many reasons to celebrate and putting together a doughnut and milk bar is one of my favorite quick tricks.  I picked up simple store bought powdered sugar doughnuts, sprinkled edible glitter on them, arranged them on a milk glass cake stand, and paired them with delicious {Read More}



Dave and I are proud to announce the arrival of our son, William Logan Matthew.  Will was born on 12/02/14, weighed 7 lbs 3 oz, and measured 19″ tall.  He is just the sweetest baby boy!  He’ll be 8 weeks old tomorrow and has really started to smile, laugh, and coo which makes those sleepless nights completely worth it.  Sweets & Celebrations will see some changes as I adjust to life with a newborn but I’m looking forward to finding that balance between motherhood and business. {Read More}



There are so many wonderful sources for party decor nowadays and today, I wanted to share one of my favorites with you.  Kate Aspen is a go-to for wedding, shower, and party favors and they have even expanded into tabletop decor and accents.  In fact, the little ship wheel frames that were used at my baby shower were from Kate Aspen.  They have great customizable items as well which is always a nice option.  I planned a fun, celebratory birthday lunch {Read More}



This past weekend marked the last of busy work weekends before the baby arrives and I have to say, I’m glad things are slowing down a bit.  As much as I’ve tried to keep going full steam ahead, I’m starting to feel the fatigue and tiredness that’s inevitable at 34+ weeks.  I’m happy (and relieved!) that all went smoothly this past weekend and I’m looking forward to the smaller, more spaced out parties and projects over the next couple weeks.  Hopefully I’ll {Read More}