We are pumped to be back speaking the Imaging USA photo conference in February right here in Nashville, TN!!
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This has been a LONG time coming! We finally are sharing with you Jaxon’s nursery! I (Jody) have always been excited about decorating a nursery for our children, but living in an apartment while pregnant as we awaited our home to be completed, definitely didn’t allow me to decorate our nursery before baby. While I waited for an actual nursery to decorate, I busied myself planning and trying to figure out what I wanted. The only problem is I didn’t know where to begin.
I knew I wanted something cool and different than cars, cartoon animals or the ABCs (not that there’s anything wrong with that, but just not the direction I wanted to go in :). After poking around online, my ideas started coming together and below you’ll see the creative process of decorating for the nursery!
I started off by scouring Pinterest after looking at a lot of nursery ideas and then I found a color palette that I liked on Design Boards.
Last week we showed you how we decorated our home with canvases from our family shoot taken by Amy and Jordan Photography. This week, we want to show you what else we did with images from the family session.
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When we were building our home, we had a light fixture installed in the ceiling of one of our hallways because we knew we wanted to light a photo display.
Ahhhh! We were so pumped to have our first family photo session taken of Jaxon two months ago by Amy and Jordan Photography and yes, it has taken us this long to decide on final prints and get them ordered.
We are excited to share with you Part One of how we have decorated our walls with this photo session.
We have a front room in our new home that was slated to be the formal dining room, but since we never used our formal dining room in our old place, we decided to use it for something else. It is currently serving as a sitting room of sorts, which we actually have utilized quite a bit!