I love early fall in Philly! There are still tons of outdoor beer gardens set up and lots of outdoor activities without so much of the sweat ...
I love early fall in Philly! There are still tons of outdoor beer gardens set up and lots of outdoor activities without so much of the sweat and sun burn. Although, we haven’t had too much of a break from the heat so far, lol. Any-who, my main goal going into this weekend is to get out of the house a ton. I want to take advantage of the super comfortable temperatures and sunshine we are supposed to be getting!
Saturday morning I have a bridal shower to go to somewhere in New Jersey. I def need to figure out something to wear…like now. Realistically I will end up trying on 4 dif outfits on Saturday am only to put on the same dress that I wear to 90% of the events I go to 🙂 I tend to er on the side of caution at these type of events. I like to be too dressed up vs. too casual. My mom burned that into my brain as a child by making me wear my Easter dress on plane trips. That said, the Bridal shower is only a small part of my weekend & I have big plans for what to do with the rest! Read on to check out some of the events and activities I’m aiming to hit up.
This week’s natural color palette draws inspiration from some of the plants and textures that I found while visiting Lancaster, PA. Like I mentioned in last week’s color palette, there was tons of color in Lancaster. It was so wonderful!
Because there was so much color, vibrant natural elements were what really caught my eye. Bright greens in plants and dusty pinks of the walls nearby made for a really fresh mix. This palette would make for a great starting point when planning a weekend brunch. Imagine floral illustrations being brought to life with vibrant greens, complimented by that dusty pink <3
Today’s transitional color palette will help ease you into fall, inspired by the lovely city of Lancaster, PA. Walking through the center of Lancaster I totally fell in love with all of the painted wood. Doors, fences, benches, random pianos located throughout the city…all of it was transformed by color. It was wonderful, and made me realize how much naked wood sits around Philly, lol!
I pulled some of my favorite deeper hues from the day for this palette. The types of colors that are still vibrant and warm (like this flipping heat wave) but have also started morphing into the more autumn hues that we will be seeing soon!