How to take a QUICK trip to Magnolia Silos | Waco, TX

Every time I’ve been to Magnolia Restaurant, Market, and Bakery this year, it’s been an easy quick trip, minimal to no lines, and super fun. Most people I talk to, have had a very different and tiring experience at Magnolia, so I thought I’d share with you what has worked for me to have a quick and fun trip. I’ve even highlighted my favorite less visited section of the Silos (hint: it’s not the market, the bakery, or the food trucks). 

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How to Visualize Furniture in Your Home | Creating a Vision Board

Today I’m sharing our creatively-meticulous-step-by-step process to confidently purchasing a whole apartment's worth of furniture that aesthetically fits together. Furniture is a big investment and “hoping” it all fits together isn’t as assuring as knowing it all fits together. Creating a visual design process before ever purchasing furniture has helped me SO much in my own journey

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Kaylin + Patrick

We took a few minutes to write out some of our favorite moments from the day. Moments not everyone saw. Moments we felt made Patrick and Kaylin people of great character. Moments we think they might not even remember. Here’s what we loved most about their wedding day:

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Finding Community and Belonging at Lubbock Con | Portraits

A first timer’s (and outsiders) Comic Con experience. I was fascinated by cosplayers’ devotion to their homemade costumes and emotional connections to their cosplay character. If I had to pick three words to describe my interactions with the Lubbockon community, I’d choose: Community, empowerment, and acceptance. There was a real sense of belonging and admiration in this Comic Con world. And I really loved that.

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