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Friday, June 24, 2016

Nursery Update: Vintage Dress

We are close to completing our baby's nursery! I can't wait to share the entire room, but in the meantime I have sneak peek to show you today. 

This little corner is one of my favorite parts of the room. Every aspect is so special. 

Shelf: Wes made this shelf for the baby, and added this decorative knob from Hobby Lobby

Hot Air Balloon Photo: This is a photo we took during our hot air balloon excursion while we were dating. You will see at the final reveal, but the nursery's main theme is hot air balloons, so we are excited to have pictures from our actual balloon ride to share with our little girl!

Teaset: This tiny teaset was mine as a child! I remember thinking it was just beautiful. I'm so glad I saved it for my daughter. :)

Pink Dress: This is the best part! My mom wore this dress as a toddler! It is so gorgeous, and I just can't believe the perfect condition it's in. I'm so happy we still have it and can pass it down. Material things are not priceless, but the stories they tell of people who play important roles in our lives are so valuable!

I painted our baby's name on the wooden hanger for the dress. I love the sentiment of personalized keepsakes! I made her a wood burned hanger as well, because a girl needs options right?! ;)

I loved this project so much, I added both painted and wood burned personalized children's hangers to our Etsy shop! These are perfect to display special outfits or family heirlooms like ours. They make a great keepsake gift! Visit the shop here

Stay tuned to see the rest of the nursery! Follow us on Instagram for more peeks as we make progress. 

I can't wait to tell our little Joslynne all about the special things in her life from people who love her. She has so many wonderful family members and friends ready to make memories with her! Do you have any family heirlooms passed down to you? I love the stories and memories behind old treasures. 


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