BEING A PREP FOR A WEEK: 8/30/15 -- 9/5/15

Hello, September (and more importantly, hello long weekend)!

My own little corner of the universe was pretty mundane this week, so I'll hop right into some of my favorite links that I've found over the past few days.

One extremely exciting part about being a blogger is being able to join blogger communities, and so I'm excited to announce that I'm a writer for the Undeniable Report!  My first post recently went live, and I cannot wait to start writing my next one. P.S.  UR's web designer gets an A plus from me!


Now, on to some of my favorite links from the past week:
How beautiful is this Parisian-themed wedding (and those gorgeous chandeliers)?
This Audrey Hepburn-inspired wedding shoot is absolutely stunning.  Plus, they have Audrey quotes plastered everywhere, and that's definitely a good thing.
Speaking of Audrey Hepburn quotes, this is one of my favorites.

If I were to select my favorite person of the week, C.S. Lewis would sweep away any competition. Reading some of his quotes has made me--for lack of a better word--happy.  This is one quote that I've really cherished this week (and I hope that you do the same):  "I believe in Christ, like I believe in the sun;  not because I can see it, but by it I can see everything else."

How was your week?

Love,
Tori

6 comments:

  1. C.S. Lewis is my favorite, and I've always loved that quote!!:)
    xo, Syd
    www.sincerelysyd9.blogspot.com

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  2. Ah, I love spending hours on Pinterest pinning things to my wedding board! Even though I'm a long way off from that big day, it's so much fun to look at pretty dresses and bouquet's :)

    XO, Carolyn @ thediaryofatallgirl

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    1. I also have quite a few years until that day arrives, but looking at all of the wedding pictures that I can find is still a lot of fun!

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  3. What a beautiful wedding style + shoot! I think C.S. Lewis quotes are just lovely.

    Warmly,
    Nicole (therusticbelleblog.blogspot.com)

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