Photo by Marie Labbancz Photography
Seeing as a symbol of love is the heart I thought it appropriate to share this find with you. Heart is Hot
These pretty little creations are made from 100% recycled glass, engraved with the flower of life symbol and it’s own unique number. Why? Heart Is Hot hearts are designed to be passed to someone who you feel needs a little love. Then they pass it on to someone they feel needs it.
The Heart is Hot is a concept created by a lady called Sahara Damore and is all about paying it forward and following your heart.
With each heart having it’s own individual number, you can register on the website and track the journey of the heart on the website where you can interact with other heart holders, read about their journeys and purchase more to give away.
I love the concept- it brings to life how interconnected we are and it spreads the love. I’m looking forward to buying some!
The hearts are $US19.99 and can be purchased from the Heart Is Hot website
French designer Giambattista Valli is about to launch his debut Spring 2009 bridal collection.
The frocks have a little flair which would suit a bride who isn’t afraid to show off what she loves.
I love the detail – the pleating and bows, the crinkle in the fabric and the texture!
The gowns will be available exclusively from Bergdorf Goodman where you can also try on gowns from 12 other international designers!
Valli compliments his collection with stoles and wraps showcasing beautiful textures.
You can spot Giambattista Vallis at the Bergdorf Goodman trunk show on October 28th & 29th from 10am to 4pm, Seventh Floor, 5th Avenue at 58th St New York.
Shasta emailed me wanting an inspiration board for her garden wedding. Shasta is dreaming of vintage cloths on occasional tables, pretty pillows, colourful flowers in vintage teapots and decorations hanging in trees for her retro garden soiree.
After seeing the gown Shasta was lusting after (A Sentimental Fool by Rose and Ruby from their Winter collection) I took a decidedly retro feel with this board.
Garden aisle by Rebecca Thuss, table from Martha Stewart, Dress by Rose & Ruby, favors by Rebecca Thuss, Somersby Invitation from Bella Figura, tie from Lena Corwin, shoes from J. Crew, cocktail from Brides, Table setting from Blomma Flicka, Fabric by Amy Butler, Arch from Bride To Be