There is nothing I love more than taking photos, especially when I get to take photos of such a sweet girl. I have known Carley since she was in her mommy’s tummy-Her mommy is a co-worker of mine. I have watched her grow up before my eyes. So excited to share some photos from our photo session this past weekend.
Her third birthday will be princess theme, and her mommy bought her such a perfect princess dress!
Her mommy is so talented-she also made this awesome floral “3” and headband.
Carley-you are so beautiful, and such a sweetheart! Thanks for letting me play with you, and capture some photos while we were at it!
Such a litle princess!
One of my Favorites!
Princess dresses are all the rage at my house at the moment, and I am not going to lie…I sort of love it.
I love watching my sweet girl dress up like her favorite characters. So much so, that I wanted to dedicate an area in her room for her to be able to access it on her own. Plus, they are super cute…so why not display them?
I went to my go-to for inspiration…Pottery Barn Kids. I fell in love with the Ava Regency Wardrobe (pictured below)…and also advertised by Stephen Curry’s Daughters Playroom. Which, was almost immediately sold out. I love the intricate details on the sides, however, did not want to pay the hefty price tag. Plus, Emmalynn’s room is your average size, and I thought this would impede on her playing space.
Determined to find something equally as awesome, I headed to At Home for ideas. Stumbling upon this fantastic shelf, I loved the details, and that it was already white to match her furniture…and only $29.99.
Pardon the toys… When creation strikes, there is no time to clean
I had some 5/8″ Cup hooks laying around in the garage. I flipped this shelf over and starting screwing them in underneath. I slightly staggered them so the dresses on the hangars would not crowd each other.
Once I did this, I convinced my dear husband to hang this up for us.
So in love with how it turned out! And even more excited that it doesn’t take up too much space.
Now…excuse me while I venture out to find a “Princess” mirror.
What do you think? Anyone done anything similar?