a pumpkin brunch

This weekend I am dreaming of pumpkins and gourds and all things cozy. I am away visiting family and the air outside has a nice desert crispness to it, reminding me that fall has indeed come despite the constant sun.

I leave you with the rest of the pumpkin harvest brunch photos, so we can dream together this weekend of pumpkins and all things fall.

I have a few great DIY’s coming up next week, including the embroidered hearts above that totally made me school girl giddy to create.

I have enjoyed sharing this brunch with you in smaller tidbits throughout the week. This is my new plan for sharing events. Do you like it? It allows me to share more specifics with you in small & easy doses. I hope it inspires you to celebrate both the big and little things in life & I hope it gives you simple ideas to recreate the designs you see here.

Photography credits Carly Taylor

Have a happy fall weekend.

PS. See the rest of the brunch + the cakes with labels + the Pumpkin mojito bar + the water bottles, if you’d like:)

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Posted October 08, 2010
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14 Responses to “a pumpkin brunch”

  1. Lena says:

    What beautiful dreams of pumpkins and fall! I’m so inspired I might just whip up a pie!

  2. Vicky says:

    Lena, a pie sounds fabulous, perhaps I will make one also.

  3. Jessica Lynn says:

    yay for smaller tidbits. i like that :)

  4. I had to post this on my bLog because it is simply BEAUTIFUL.

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