My dear friend, artist, and associate-Durham-yoga-teacher Patricia has re-vamped her blog! Ch-ch-check it out! xo
Some really rad and unique engagement photos by Heather over at Wander & Scrawl!
Oh hai. Did you know that two of Durham’s best graphic designers are married to each other? Ellie (my famous friend) and Brendan James Ward. And to answer your burning question: yes, their house is awesome.
Ellie specializes in: wedding invites, packaging, and stationary
Brendan excels at: logos, posters and ad campaigns
Brendan is going freelance, baybee! Which means he is now available to you and yours. Which is kind of amazing, since he’s really a top pro in his field. You can get the full force of his amazingness and his untethered imagination all for your own! Holy cow!
I love Brendan because he is excited, funny, and very kind. And he does a voice for his dog that really is just perfect Even if you don’t have any designing needs right now, both of these folks have super fun websites to check out. Happy Friday, Dolls!
My first favorite, of course, is Heather of Wander and Scrawl.
I want to say more about this, except…
I am stuck dumb.
You’re verbose friend is laid verbless at the memory of this
tearful, (I’m crying in most of the shots)
I’m just going to wander through the humid frosting of sunlight in these beautiful pics.
This weekend I got to stand up for Heather as her best girl in her wedding to one Mr. Andy. Now she’s Mrs. Andy.
It was a complete and total honor. I did a pretty good job, even though her only request was for a banana and then I dropped it and rolled over it with my suitcase before getting it to her. I’ll never not feel bad about that. 😦
Heather is my sister from another mister. I was dubious that ANYONE would be good enough for her, so I’m proud to say I totally approve of Andy.
Andy made me laugh so hard that I spit water all over a friend standing a solid three feet away. And about every month or so, Heather tells me a story about Andy that is so sweet, so touching, so UNBELIEVABLE that I inevitably yell, “Who IS that guy!?”
Here is the toast I made at Heather’s bridal hurricane at the bar with no power and Irene threatening to steal our hats. It’s starts out, “I have a love story. It’s about two people…” (Thanks to Erin Kawamata for the video!)