↑ Dripping Dew Necklace
↑ Gold Dust Chemise
But first, a story…
Over the weekend, the boy and I went into town and had some breakfast, because eating’s important. As we were walking back, we saw on our right this adorable little dessert table set up on the sidewalk. It was a tiny little bake sale, and there were two cute young moms manning the post. We had passed it on our way to breakfast, and it had smelled de-li-cious, so I was like, yay it’s still there! Brownies, cookies, muffins, cupcakes… everything. You name it. Oh how I love mini mommy bake sales on the sidewalk in Park Slope!
Anyway, for no reason at all as is so often the case with me, I found myself walking a little bit ahead of the fiancé, and passed by the table first on our way back home. So, in that moment of realizing that my tendency to walk faster than the average bear and my lack of awareness of or concern for those with whom I’m supposedly walking had struck again, I turned around just in time to see the boy abruptly jerk his head up towards the ladies and stare at one of them with an “I totally heard that” look on his face. This caused the two women to erupt in embarrassed laughter.
The whole thing was peculiar, and I was soooo curious about what had happened. I slowed down to join him again – seriously, this happens so often, I really need to get a handle on my speed walking (some of my strolling partners have been known to become noticeably out of breath) – Anyway, I slowed down, and when we were again side by side, I asked him wussup.
FIANCÉ: “She said ‘eat my cookie.’”
She said EAT MY COOKIE. A Park Slope bake sale mommy said “eat my cookie” essentially to my fiancé. It was stupendous. How freaking scandalous is that?!! I wish things like this happened more often. Especially in Park Slope. I should have gotten her number so we could share childhood stories and stay out really late, like, ’til 10:30pm or something outrageous like that. And then hold mini bake sales during which we hit on unwitting young men whose fiancées are walking waaaaaaay ahead of them and so they appear to be fair game. Ooooohhhh I think I just stumbled upon my dream way to spend the summer.
Anyway, back to reality. In celebration of this rare, weird event, I present to you – because free association rules the roost here – the most perfect little ceramic cookie jar from Anthropologie! Also, its friends, Tools and Biscuits jars. And everything else I love at Anthro right now that I think would make for a beautifully styled e-session (or wedding)… from fashion to dishtowels to table decoration. Here we go!
↑ Ceramic Cookie Jar
↑ Provencal Canisters
↑ Birds on a Wire Dinnerware
↑ Francophile Dinnerware
↑ Milkmaid Butter Dish
↑ Mina Tablecloth & Napkin
↑ Coffee & Cake Dishtowel
↑ Ant’s Art Apron 2
↑ Plucked Petals Measuring Cups
↑ Mr. & Mrs. Shakers
↑ Rushing Whirlpool Tumbler
↑ Fleur de Lys
↑ Stripey Straws + Castle Key Bottle Opener
↑ Opalescent Tumbler
↑ Fleur Recipe Cards + Coral Branches Measuring Spoons
↑ Secret Passageway Cuff + Mined Leaf Earrings
↑ Beach Bounty Necklace
↑ Carved Tears Peep-Toes
↑Botanical Stroll Dress
↑ Condensation Necklace
Just wondering, have you heard about Anthro’s plans for a bridal line?
Also, check out my dress picks from Lulu’s for the stylish bride in need of a fab e-session frock!
Aaaaaand the prettiest picks from Reiss’ newest collection!