I’m so excited to share my next Seattle neighborhood guide to Fremont! This neighborhood is very close to mine (Ballard), but a totally different vibe. It’s quirky, artsy, and a bit bohemian. After all, Fremont has a welcome sign that says it’s the center of the universe! Let’s dig in:Continue reading “Seattle Neighborhood Travel Guide: Fremont Edition”
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In this digital age, it’s really easy to get home decor ideas online, but to me, nothing beats an in-person experience. I love traveling for inspiration, wandering local boutiques, and perusing magazines. Anything that is hands on usually equals lots of inspiration for me! Next week I am excited to attend my first ever Seattle Home Show to get even more inspiration for our tiny bungalow and additional interior design projects!Continue reading “Get Inspired at The Seattle Home Show”
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Being a blogger has brought me so many incredible opportunities, especially now that we’re getting married. A great example is when Seattle-based bakery Trophy Cupcakes reached out to be part of our big day! We’re lucky enough that they are going to provide the desserts for our wedding — YUM. After calming down from the excitement of receiving that email, I realized we needed to set up a wedding cake tasting session! Then I realized I had no idea what we were doing… so I did some research and wanted to share some cake tasting tips for the future brides and grooms out there.Continue reading “Wedding Cake Tasting Tips”
In lieu of a Weekend Wellness post, I wanted to share something else a bit more exciting… I’m hosting my second annual Rummage Sale in Seattle tomorrow! I did the first one last year and it was a huge success. It’s my favorite opportunity to connect with local readers and followers, plus to clear out my studio shelves of props I no longer use.
When: Saturday August 10 from 8 am – 2 pm.
What: heaps of home decor, clothing (some designer!), photoshoot props such as glassware, dinnerware, etc., photography equipment, vintage pieces, and more!
Where: I don’t want to publish my address on the internet, so shoot me an email and I’ll let you know! hello [at] jojotastic.com
A few rules:
- Please no early birds.
- Cash only.
- Bring a friend!
See you tomorrow.
I’ve gone back and forth a bit on whether I want to do neighborhood-specific travel guides for Seattle. Lately, I’ve gotten asked a TON for recommendations though, so here we go! The Emerald City has manyyy incredible neighborhoods, but I wanted to start with the one I call home: Ballard. There’s so much to share about this awesome corner of Seattle… so let’s dig in!Continue reading “Seattle Neighborhood Travel Guide: Ballard Edition”
AURA AURA is an experiential portrait practice of Detroit-based creative, Eileen Lee. Eileen and I have been internet friends for a very, very long time. I invited my good friend Becca to get her aura portrait photographed with me as soon as Eileen opened her Seattle pop-up. I decided to let Becca tell her view of our aura portrait sessions. AURA AURA is a pop-up aura studio located in Seattle and Detroit. Book an aura portrait session here.Continue reading “I Got My Aura Photographed, Here’s What Happened”
Ever since my days as a wee little industrial design student, I have had a mild obsession with Blu Dot. The modern furniture and home decor brand is only 20 years old, but I’m sure you’ve seen their pieces in countless spaces… especially mine (here, here, and here). Not only is the aesthetic of everything they do so spot on, but it also works so well with different vibes! I’ve seen the same Blu Dot piece in a modern, minimalist space work well in a maximalist, bohemian home… it’s really quite incredible. So imagine my excitement when I discovered that the Minneapolis-based brand was opening a store in Seattle. The 5,800-square-foot store opens next week, but here’s a sneak peek of just how incredible it’s going to be: