Pine Cone Fire Starter Favor

Planning a winter wedding in the woods? This pine cone fire starter favor is both practical and pretty—and great as a holiday party favor, too! Place in your fireplace with wood and kindling, light the wick and enjoy the natural aroma of pine.

Badgley Mischka 2012 Spring Collection

Badgley Mischka is an American fashion label designed by Mark Badgley and James Mischka. Badgley and Mischka met at Parsons and found a common vision. The two launched the label Badgley Mischka in 1988, though their bridal business launched in 1993.

Edward Arsouni 2012 Couture Evening Dresses

Edward Arsouni has become the epitome of romantic and feminine fashion. His company produces luxury haute couture and prêt-a-port for women in his ateliers that are located in Italy and Lebanon.

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Niña Kirei Rhinestone Candle Votive with Glass Holder

Specks of shining silver and dazzling jeweled accents set the scene for a romantic evening reception. These alluring rhinestone votive holders mimic all the glamour and sophistication of a captivating Moroccan-inspired dinner celebration. 


Unxia's choice: Corkey Creations

It all started with a wine cork collection and a vision I had of a wine cork wreath. From there the list of items to make out of wine corks grew and so my idea of Corkey Creations. 

Unxia's Choice: Cake Pop LA

At Cake Pop LA we use only the finest ingredients from pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, all-natural cocoa powder, organic peanut butter to locally grown lemons and strawberries. All our handcrafted pops are made from scratch and always baked fresh to order.

Chanel Spring 2012 Collection

What the water gave Karl was the kind of acute overview that only he could turn into a dazzling collection. He'd been musing on the fact that forms as modern as anything designed by the architect Zaha Hadid have been shaped at the bottom of the ocean by natural processes taking millions of years.  via

Dalia MacPhee 2012 Spring Collection

Dalia MacPhee’s bold, socially conscious dresses grew out of a perceived gap in the marketplace.

“I’ve always loved dresses, and I saw a need,” the designer said. “I had a lot of friends who were always looking for great fashion, great styles, and there just seemed to be a lack in the market.”

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