Stylish Comfort to Big Sur

IMG_9818Living on the Central Coast boasts many benefits. One of the best benefits is that it’s a short, beautiful road trip to Big Sur, CA. If you’ve ever been to Big Sur, coming from the North or the South, you know the drive is part of the journey and some of the best finds are stopping for photo ops or beach explorations. Continue reading

Little Christmas Details

 

IMG_9392

Hello Darlings! Last time I wrote was post-Thanksgiving…Oopsy. Since then I have come and gone to Tulum, Mexico, which was perfect and I will post about it soon. But since Christmas is RIGHT around the corner, I thought I would share some Christmas touches around my house as well as my cards I decided to do this year.  Continue reading

Fair Fun

 

IMG_8279

Nothing says summer like a trip to your State or local County fair! This past weekend, the California Mid-State Fair wrapped up it’s 69th year running. Although I’ve only attended it the past 4 years, this fair is always a wide-spread, event filled, bag o’ fun! I have tried to make it a point to go every year that I have lived on the Central Coast. Aside from getting a fill of country, boot-wearing fun, it always provides good laughs, plenty of people watching, and special memories. Continue reading

Bohemian Brick

IMG_6234

My number one go-to brand for most things fashion, is Free People. For nearing 10 years now, it’s effortless feel and ethereal appearance, have captured my heart.  Continue reading

Easter

DSC_0158

Happy Easter friends and family! Growing up, Easter always yielded fond memories from sneaking first peaks of any visible eggs I could see out the windows to hopefully one-up my brother in the much-anticipated hunt to wearing pretty, pink, flowery  outfits put together by my mother. I always loved our day of traditional breakfast, Easter egg hunts, Easter basket goodness, and being together enjoying Spring. Continue reading

String Art

IMG_3514

String Art is becoming more and more prevalent in décor. From coffee shops, consignment stores and Free People storefronts, the string art trend is growing. Actually, one of my very first posts here on Bloom and Birch was a DIY String Art project – one of my faves to this day. My friend recently had a baby and they wanted to wait until birth for the gender reveal. Since I wasn’t able to give them an entirely (gender) personal baby shower gift, after they birthed their angel boy, Levi – I went to work to create this string art nameplate for the little man! String art is actually quite easy if you have the necessary tools, time and patience!

Continue reading

Get Green

IMG_3260

Please don’t judge that this is my first post of the New Year…(Insert shocked emoji face). I know, horrible of me. Time seems to be flying by already this year – can you believe it is mid-March!? Speaking of March – it is officially National Nutrition Month! I guess it makes sense, seeing that March is probably when the New Year resolutions of working out and clean eating start to diminish. Enter – National Nutrition Month – where people have another reason for  motivation to take their bodies and health into thoughtful consideration.  Continue reading