Choosing the color scheme of your wedding is, without a doubt, one of the biggest style decisions you will have to make about your big day. Whether you opt for an uber-bright combination or the classic palette of blush and cream, such a decision will truly set the tone for your wedding. We love it
We transported the patrons of Rodeo Drive to a French Flower Market with our Empty Vase Pop-Up this past Thursday, August 3rd at the first ever B.O.L.D. Rodeo Block Party. B.O.L.D., which is short for Beverly Hills Open Later Days, celebrates extended shopping and dining hours every weekend during the month of August. Along with
Summer in Southern California means a lot of hot, sunny days. Today we’re sharing one of our favorite organic ways to stay fresh in the heat — with an aromatic eucalyptus shower using eucalyptus stems! Eucalyptus is known for its refreshing, distinctive fragrance, but you may be surprised to discover that it also offers many health benefits.
Anduze is a cute French village of few more than 3,000 inhabitants, located in the South of France about 160 miles from Nice. In a village known for a medley of sights including its famous Clock tower, “The New Castle” of the sixteenth century, and the Tower Pézène, most tourists find themselves traveling to Anduze for its Potter’s
From Facebook to Instagram and Snapchat to Twitter, the different channels of communication have become virtually endless — yet we suffer a loss of communication with those nearest to us. Mother’s Day is the perfect time to break from the internet and share your emotions, instead of your emoji’s. Here are our favorite ways to reconnect
Easter is the Christian holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and has grown to be a day to celebrate with family and loved ones. Bunnies, baskets, and candies have become strong symbols of this holiday– especially for children who love to decorate eggs and hunt for treats. Fun Fact: Did you know that the traditional act
Passover is a Jewish holiday celebrated around the world from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan (April 10–18, 2017). It commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt during the reign of Pharaoh. The Matzah “The dough, which they brought out of Egypt, they baked into unleavened