Okay this post is for all my Halloweeeeen lovers! I don’t know what it is about Halloween, but it’s definitely my favorite holiday. You girls are my people because almost 90% of you said you would want to see a Halloween Tablescape on my Instagram poll….so you know I was ALL over this post! So to kick off October, here are my tips on how to create the Ultimate Halloween Tablescape.
So I’ve never done one of these before but I got to thinking yesterday that there were SO many things I wanted to do with the kids this Summer and it’s already almost August! With moving and our new home finishing up I feel like the Summer is totally slipping away from us so I thought it would be fun to make a Summer Bucket List! Here is a quick list of the Summer’y things I want to do with my littles before we’re back to school…
Alright ladies….I am the queen of last-minute entertaining. I feel like I am ALWAYS rushing to the grocery store to whip something up last minute when we have people over. So today I thought I would share a post on how to create a quick and easy fourth of July tablescape that you can literally throw together in under an hour. I’m talking give me alllll the shortcuts! I made one stop to the grocery store and most of it was pre-prepped! If you’re a last-minute kind of gal like me, I think you’ll enjoy this post….
Sorry for the delay but TONS of requests and questions from our Cabo trip so I’m sitting down today and tackling this post for you girls! If you girls have been following along for a few years or so, you know we always love going to Cabo once a year. In today’s post, I’m sharing our favorite places to stay, eat, drink, things to do, and answering some of your DM’s, too!
I’m a few weeks late, but thought I would share a quick little photo recap of our trip back to Park City, Utah with you girls this morning. It’s such a fun new tradition we’ve started (now that the kids are a little older), taking them to the snow each year. They get SO excited and literally start the countdown weeks in advance.
Happy Friday friends! So if you girls follow along on Instagram and IG stories you probably saw that we snuck away to Big Bear over the kids’ Christmas break. I’m trying to focus more on experiences and creating memories this year and have to say that this little mountain getaway with the fam was the PERFECT way to start 2018! My parents used to take me to Big Bear as a kid and I hope that Ava and Luca will have the best memories there too.
Hello and HAPPY NEW YEAR friends! It’s been a FULL week since I posted on The Honeybee (I can’t remember the last time I did that), so I started the year off right with one of my new year resolutions and took a little “time off”‘ to disconnect and spend QT with the fam. While I am not really one for new years resolutions, I will say it is nice to set some goals and start fresh. I always like to take this time to reflect back on the year (the ups and downs), serve up some MAJOR gratitude, and also think about ways that I can better myself in the new year.
I just wanted to hop on here and do a quick post today to wish all my Honeybee Fam the Merrrrriest Christmas! I hope you all had a beautiful day celebrating with your families. Our Christmas cards still haven’t arrived in the mail yet (#winnnnning ) but I thought i’d still share some shots with you girls. I have to say the at home shoot we took for this years Christmas card is probably my favorite to date!
I know i’m not alone in my LOVE for Trader Joe’s. My kids love their stuff, the prices are reasonable, and let’s be honest… their pre-prepared stuff is ALWAYS a good idea. We have been entertaining a lot lately (hello Holiday season) and cheese plates are one of my FAVORITE things to whip up in a hurry. I’ve been doing them a ton lately and thought I would share my tips on creating a killer cheese plate using only items from good ol’ Trader Joe’s!