One of my favourite projects from 2017 was the bridesmaid thank you gift boxes for Rafa’s wedding. I’ve shared some snippets of those works over on Instagram including Lovebirdstories feed, but now I’ve got the full footage from the photographer and I’m feeling over the moon to see all of them together once again.
2017 was one of the best years in my life! I got engaged and I’ve managed to establish Lovebirdstories. The new site is finally up and running! So many goals I’ve ticked off of the list including my bucket list in Paris and now I’m looking forward for more travels, things to learn, new goals to achieve! From the bottom of my heart, I’d like to express my gratitude to my clients, all people I’ve been collaborating with and of course my creative team who supported Lovebirdstories. I couldn’t wait to see what 2018 holds. Wishing you a fantastic journey ahead!
I honestly admit I appreciate Christmas more since I’ve lived in Europe. Visiting Paris for winter holiday has been our annual end of the year tradition. However, this year for the first time I enjoyed the Christmassy feeling for the whole season. As early as it started from December and lasted for a few weeks after the holiday season was over. Festive vibe is in full swing and you can definitely see it from holiday decorations, lights and people carrying their Christmas tree home. Check out this ‘Christmas in Paris’ post to discover my fave Instagramable spots this holiday season.
Every year I love finding new ways to stylise my holiday presents. I thought this time it would be so much fun to make my own gift wrap. This means you have full creativity for something that’s entirely up to you. Thinking of creative ways to nail my festive wrapping and getting all craft supplies are all lined up ahead. Make sure stocking some plain paper rolls like a simple brown paper which can be easily turned into a beautiful gift. I wanted the gifts to be personal and unique, so every one of them is wrapped and styled differently.
The holiday season has started and that means gifting planning! Christmas isn’t that far anymore and you have a full list upcoming dinner invitations, a family lunch, Christmas feast with colleagues or girlfriends, or invitations from neighbours at their houses and you always ask yourself what to bring as a gift. A good bottle of wine always works but it might seem too generic…? Come on, you want to bring up the festive mood in the party! I came up with this holiday gift basket that is easy to create and filled with festive goodies that everyone love. The thoughtful gift that doesn’t cost a fortune because you can make it your own!