YES! I’m so happy to be having a Rebecca Mir Grady jewelry giveaway today to celebrate her beautiful new collection! One lucky winner will get a $250 shop credit to spend on stunning designs from Rebecca’s lovely jewelry shop. There are so many beauties right now and her ethically-sourced stone selection is a dazzling sight to behold. Also, the ring stacking game is phenomenal with a dizzying amount of dreamy options in recycled 14k gold and sterling silver. The new earring, necklace, and bracelet designs are wonderful as well. My current RMG favorites are the Zenith Ring (oh, this dreamboat really has my heart!), the Maestro Double Earrings (need!), the Appalachian Earrings, the 4MM Opal Earrings, the Monte Albán Necklace, the Oaxaca Sapphire Ring, the Thetis Diamond Ring, and the Hammered Hexagon Brass Dish. I really just love everything though. More HERE. GOOD LUCK, FRIENDS! ♥
P.S. Get 20% off at Rebecca Mir Grady with code HONEYKENNEDY now thru 11/7!
➔ TO ENTER:
1. Visit Rebecca Mir Grady and tell us your shop favorites in a comment below.
2. For an extra entry, follow both @rebeccamirgrady on Instagram and @HoneyKennedy on Instagram. Then leave a comment below. If you already like us–just let me know that, too!
A SWEET DEAL: Get 20% off at Rebecca Mir Grady with code HONEYKENNEDY now thru 11/7!
SHIPPING, ETC: The winner’s shipping will be covered by Rebecca Mir Grady. International entries are welcome, but the winner is responsible for any international duties and taxes that might come up.
DRAWING: This giveaway ends Wednesday, November 2, at 11PM PST. The winner will be chosen at random and I’ll update this post with the name of the winner within a few days.
Images courtesy of Rebecca Mir Grady.
I’ve been loving the selections of Quarry Jewelry by designer Ninh Wysocan that I’ve been finding in a few different shops. I think it’s cool that each of her stockists seems to have a different assortment than the next. I also found the RC x Quarry Collection that Ninh did with Rachel Comey — absolutely lovely! My favorites from Quarry are the Francesca Smooth Hairpin, the amazing Bard Belt, the Cascade Earrings, the mega Alloy Earrings, the Farias Hoops, the Virzi Earrings, the Francesca Earrings, the Ossip Earrings, the Tait Earrings, the Double Opis Cuff, the Laurel Cuff, the Murus Ring, and the Obex Ring. To make it easier to see more about each design, I’ll link all the photos of my faves below. More HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE. P.S. Portland friends — stop by Una and Stand Up Comedy for lots more!
As soon as you walk into this gorgeous space and take in the mesmerizing, lush array of colorful blooms and verdant house plants, it’s immediately apparent why Portland’s beloved Solabee Flowers & Botanicals have been named one of the top florists in the nation by Martha Stewart, as well as winning many local awards in the same category.
Having made the move to North Killingsworth from SE Portland earlier this year, Solabee has settled into their conservatory-style space quite nicely. With windows galore, a worn but very beautiful mosaic tile floor, and a romantic mezzanine that houses even more plants, their space in the historic Baker Ballroom building is the perfect backdrop for all the sweet plants. As a nearby resident, I couldn’t be happier to have Solabee so close to home.
Shop owner Alea Joy has made it her mission to stock the shop with locally grown flowers and plants first, which means Solabee’s available greenery revolves around what is in season ensuring an always fresh selection. Whether you’re in need of flowers for a big event like a wedding, looking for a new plant pal for your home, or need a great gift for a fellow plant lover, Solabee is wonderful for both service and stunning options. Plus, they offer local delivery and work with local restaurants, shops, and offices to keep their spaces looking happy.
Also on hand are lovely crystals, unique tools including clippers, pruning saws, and even hori hori knives. There are dreamy planters and assorted pottery, and lovely macrame to really help your plants shine. The beauty and chill vibes that permeate the space are so enticing, even when I don’t have room for a new plant or a need for fresh flowers, I like to stop in regularly just to feast my eyes and take home a new crystal or two.
Solabee is located in Portland at 801 N. Killingsworth St. and is open Monday through Friday from 11AM to 6PM and Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 7PM. You can also shop online anytime. Be sure to follow @solabeeflowers on Instagram and like Solabee on Facebook to treat your feed with their beautiful arrangements and stay up to date on shop news.
The lovely folks at Portland’s Seaworthy have been branching out from their wonderful jewelry line lately with a series of handmade beautiful and useful objects for your home. So far, there are the trio of sweet Brass Bookmarks (the moon!!!), the Brass Salt Spoon and Ceramic Cellar Set (a collaboration with Rabbit Rabbit with new colorways coming this month), the Brass Cocktail Picks Set (such a great wedding gift or birthday/holiday gift for craft cocktail lovers), and the Palo Santo Set for cleansing your home, mind, and spirit. Seaworthy will be coming out with more home goods this month and you can see it all HERE.
Images courtesy of Seaworthy.
I’ve really been impressed by the beautiful work that Kelsey Genna and Yvette Edwards have been doing for their new project Well Travelled Bride. Kelsey brings her stunning bridal dress creations and knowledge of amazing international venues that is fostered by savvy wanderlust. Yvette is a masterful florist and prop stylist who creates epic bouquets, floral accessories, and arrangements, as well as looking after the little details that make a ceremony extra special. Well Travelled Bride combines all their insights and skills, making it an excellent wedding guide resource for people looking to tie the knot, honeymoon, or have another fabulous affair. Bridal can get so plain and stodgy — I love what they’re doing.
I love the first story below about some lovely ladies who elope to Wellington, New Zealand, in a helicopter for a gorgeous clifftop ceremony with both brides wearing dreamy dresses by Kelsey Genna and the floral arrangements by Yvette Edwards are incredible and put the romance over the top. Besides inspiration, the WTB stories offer loads of information about their resources. The second story below about a couple having their destination wedding in Bali is beautiful as well (that venue!). There are many more beautiful ideas HERE.