weekend

{notes from the weekend, a million thank you’s & a few lovely links}

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paul & roséline | belgrave crescent

LAST WEEK WAS a momentous one, for it was then that we were finally able to make the long-awaited announcement.  And since then, have been wonderfully overwhelmed by all the love & support, the emails, tweets, notes, facebook comments, pins, and links—there have been so many beautiful well-wishes, we are incredibly touched by it all and can not thank you enough.  More lovely inspiration for the holidays to follow, but for now, a few links . . .

Happy, happy Monday, and hope you had a perfectly warm & relaxing [long] weekend, and that your week is off to a perfect start, —Roséline xo

A few lovely links:
* thank you to Emily Faulstich : for the mention on her tumblr
thank you to Sarah Klassen : for this post at haute design
* thank you to Breanna Megan Studio : for this feature
* thank you to Camille Styles : for including us in her Weekend Notes
* thank you Stephanie Marie : for the weekend links on her blog Fête
* DIY : 3 wreathes to make for the holidays [ohhappyday.com]
* for holiday entertaining : this gilded bar cart & this gold cocktail shaker
* how-to : another lovely holiday wreath [designlovefest.com]
* places : Hokkaido, Japan [otisandfrank.blogspot.com]
* recipe : pork with pears & parsnip mash [marthastewart.com]
& NEW for the week|end
* two lovely things : a winter wonderland
photography   | belgrave crescent

& of course, a few things you may have missed . . .

* at the office : wool, tweed & black lace
* holiday soirée : walking in a winter wonderland
* holiday décor : perfectly pretty pink
* style inspiration : leather & lace
* at this is glamorous : enormously exciting news
* notes from the weekend, a recipe & a few lovely links
[images : by paul & roséline for belgrave crescent]

 
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