Asheville Folk fun at its finest this month.
I'm a holiday lover. All of 'em. Including Valentine's Day! AKA, everyone's least favorite.
It's time I help see it this holiday in all the kitchy fun that it can be.
Find me over on the Asheville Folk blog poking fun at all the lovey dove-ness of February 14th.
Cheers to more celebrating, right?! Grab some chocolate and I'll see you over there.
Sarah is doing amazing things over at Formations of Mental Objects.
She's a local baker, photographer and blogger. Her Asheville guide was just featured in Life & Thyme.
She's killin' it.
On top of all that, she welcomed me into her home to catch her in the act.
A million thanks to Sarah for the fun behind-the-scenes experience.
Asheville is such a foodie town. But in the least pretentious way... although we do place local, sustainable food up on a pedestal. Hopefully that portrays Asheville-ians has mindful, not stuck-up. That's the intention at least!
I've been into food photography for a while, my husband is a Chef and food is a big part of our life. We love a good culinary adventure but simple home-cooking is our favorite.
Fresh fish and veggies are a staple for dinner around here mixed in with a few pizza runs. Our favorite Asheville restaurants include Rhubarb, Table and Sunny Point Cafe.
Many more food photo projects will be posted to my portfolio and many many more posted to my Instagram @_chelsealane_.
If you're interested in collaborating for food-ie photography projects, please email me at email@example.com.
I'm all about keeping it simple. Natural. Candid. How about you?
When it comes to your wedding day, take a moment to reflect on how you want to feel that day.
If you could choose one word to describe an emotion for your wedding day, what would it be?
Be sure to strip every goal away except for that one feeling. That is your new goal.
Pin this word on your Pinterest page, on your bulletin board, in your day planner.
Tell your spouse, your friends and family.
Making this new goal front and center can help guide all of decisions you'll need to make for the wedding day! Not the word guilt, obligation or expectation. Only your joyful word will matter.
Best of luck in your planning, keep it simple. Loose the excess. Focus your planning.