Welcome to another edition of Links + Loves! Let’s jump right in…
Did you see our new GWS floral puzzles?! Seems like we’ve always got a puzzle on the table these days and we thought it’d be fun to create our own. Welp, we made SIX! And they’re super cute.
In other news, we’re inspired and encouraged by the wedding industry’s response to the Black Lives Matter movement this week. We’re continuing in our own personal education and you’ll see that played out on a regular basis here on Green Wedding Shoes.
Wishing you a restful, happy weekend! (And a Happy Father’s Day!) Here are a few things our editors are loving lately:
Obsessed with all the art prints from The Everyday Paper Co.
Still missing all my gal pals, so I’ve been sending locally-sourced flowers from Farm Girl Flowers to my friends on their birthdays…like these peony bundles.
It’s finally summer weather over here, so we’re making our own fancy popsicles with a few inspo recipes from this article. Prosecco pops are happening a lot on the weekends!
Speaking of…we just ordered these popsicles molds to try! Excited to make some healthy popsicles…after the Prosecco ones are gone ;)
If you love layering necklaces like we do, Gorjana recently launched these layering sets! We want them all…
Looking for creative things to do with little ones this summer? Loving these ideas for getting creative with items found in nature.
Loving this leather card holder wallet from rkitekt.
These pans from Great Jones are amazingggggg and they are giving 100% of their profits this week to Black Lives Matter! Makes me love my new pans even more.
Happy Pride Month! If you want to donate to support your Black trans community, consider the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.
This swimsuit looks good on literally everyone. Buying up all the colors now! (Two of our editors are sporting the blue version this summer!!)
If the recipe includes “pasta” and “ricotta,” I’m making it. This one-pot summer veggie pasta is on the menu this week!
This pucker-up planter from Jungalow is just plain CUTE.
“This is when I knew morning was coming.” Tyler Perry’s 8:46-long visual essay is a must-watch. And after that, watch Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man (it’s so good).
Hands down favorite IG account right now is @historycoolkids. A new history lesson every day! Lately, it’s stories and photos from BIPOC history and it’s inspiring, enlightening, and important. Ordering this book to dive deeper into the life of Frederick Douglass after reading this post.
The new wallpaper (and murals!) from Rifle Paper Co. stopped me in my scrolling tracks.