Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Game Day Fun

It was a happy weekend at the Huber House with victory for two of our favorite teams.
Best part for me...was dressing this guy up...of course:)
One of Hudson's favorite hats, from Jules Boutique in Goshen.

Daddy was so happy to share a special Notre Dame Day with his favorite guy.
Grandma and Grandpa Kistler couldn't resist getting Hudson his first Notre Dame Gear!

Fist Bump for the Colts!
Loving his Colts shirt from Aunt Tonya while adding his own touch of  style with the cool cardigan from Aunt Lora...ummm he's not spoiled is he???

DIY Picture Frame Sign

This was a fun little project the ladies at the shop did to bring more attention to our Vintage Collection.  Thought it was lovely so I thought I would share.
Click on the Image to see how you can make your own!

I'm thinking I would like to make one with Hudson's Name for his Nursery.
I will keep you posted, of course:) 
Let us know if you decide to make your own! Would love to see pictures.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Vintage Foilage

Pairing some of our favorite Vintage Pieces with some of  our other Fall Pieces, we decided to go with a "Vintage Foilage" look for this shoot!
Tulle Floral Dress matched wtih Vintage Blazer, Vintage Inspired Boots, and Darling Bag

Vintage Inspired Tulle Floral Cardigan

Vintage Inspired Tulle Dress with Lace and Darling Tote

Lucca Couture Dress and Vintage Tweed Blazer

Big Thanks to Cody Ebbeler for shooting these great looks!

Monday, November 12, 2012

Baby Hudson

I can't believe our little guy is already 6 weeks! Time is going by too fast that it actually causes me to have a little anxiety.  Although I can't control time I can try and preserve these little moments by taking lots of pictures.  I haven't had the chance to post any until now, but trust me, we've been taking a lot and will be posting more each day.
Hudson is changing by the day and although it's so much fun watching him grow, I just want to slow things down because he is such a sweet sweet newborn. I just love how he curls up on my chest and cuddles; best feeling in the world. I can stare at that little face all day long. 
He's actually always been pretty alert, but just in the past week he has become so much more aware of things around him.  He is smiling more and Daddy and I are enjoying hearing him babble his baby talk now too. 
Below is our little announcement we are getting ready to mail out. 
Thanks so much to Pauline Prom Photography  for taking his first pictures and creating the announcement for us!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Thank You Veterans

Happy Veterans Day Grandpa -I Miss and Love you
I framed this pic from when my Grandpa was in the service during WWII for my grandparents anniversary one year.
I just adore how cute they are.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

For the Love of Plaid

Just love mixing and matching the old with the new.
Vintage Plaid Top paired with Faux Suede Leggings by BB Dakota

Because Three Is Better Then Two

Maternity Bliss at 8 Months.
We shot our Maternity Pics at one of our favorite places, Holiday Park. Not only is it one of our favorite places to shoot for the store' s lookbooks, but also one of our favorite place to take the dogs hiking.
Such a special time for us- I knew I would miss feeling Hudson in my belly but couldn't wait to hold him in my arms.

Kimono by Tulle from RedemptionStyle
Vintage Parasol from Flaxen Fatale Vintage found at RedemptionStyle

Shaw Sweater from RedemptionStyle
Skirt I found in my closet from about 8 years ago! It's by Hazel

Kimono by Tulle from RedemptionStyle
Had so much fun with these-such a sweet moment in our life.
A Big Thanks to Cody Ebbeler for capturing this special day.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Cut From the Same Cloth

I just love this picture of my Grandpa's family. I have it framed by our fireplace.
 One of the things I love the most about this picture is that my Grandma and Aunt are wearing the same dress from the same material. My Grandma, who taught me how to sew, was an amazing seamstress so I'm guessing she made the dresses.
My Grandpa's younger sister, my beautiful Aunt Bernie, is to the far right and to her left is my amazing Grandma and Grandpa. His mother is center front-I'm sad I never had the chance to know her.
Next to my Great-Grandma is my Grandpa's brother, my Uncle Dean and his wife Lucile, and to the far right is my Aunt Olive and her husband Shorty. I never had the pleausure of meeting Aunt Olive or Uncle Shorty, but I just love their son, Max and his daughter Sharon. In fact, it was Max that took the picture. He is only a couple years younger then Aunt Bernie and is able to share many stories with us.
There's such a strong feeling associated with this picture-it just kind of takes me back to that day with them.  Although the only person in this picture that is still with us here on Earth is my Aunt Bernie, I feel my Grandparents' presence daily in spirit and in the values that they instilled within me.