Happy weekend, m’dears! Hope you all have something fun and summery on the agenda. Wanted to take a moment to mention the fact that (horrors!) as of this Monday, Google Reader is no more. I’ve been dreading the news ever since they made the announcement, but the upside is that it’s forced me to look into some of the other great options out there for subscribing to my favorite daily reads, and there are definitely some worthy alternatives. I really like bloglovin, which gives snippets of the newest posts from all your favorite blogs and lets you choose which ones you click into. Follow CamilleStyles.com on bloglovin here! The just-launched Digg Reader is my other fave – I just imported all of my Google Reader subscriptions in, and it’s pretty much the same experience with a few added features. And third, lots of my blogger friends have been really happy with feedly, which also lets you sync up all your Google Reader subscriptions with the click of a button. Try one, try them all, just make sure to add CamilleStyles.com to your list of daily reads!
Also: I shared sneak peeks here and here from a fiesta-themed party that we shot for my book this week! Big thanks to Michelle for loaning us perfect ensembles from JM Drygoods and letting us use her darling garden shop Hijo. And if any of you Austinites haven’t yet been to Jardineros, my new favorite plant nursery that houses Hijo, pay them a visit this weekend. My own landscape designer Mark Word opened it a few months ago, and setting foot in it will inspire even a black thumbed gal like me to go plant a garden. And now, my favorite links from the past week!
A fun peek into how the Vogue gals do weddings.
In love with these die-cut invites from a bohemian wedding shoot.
Definitely making this gorgeous tabbouleh over the weekend.
A refreshing sip for these hot & humid mornings!
*and a few fun things you may have missed!
Sooo many great reading recos pouring in on this post… jump in the convo and share what you’re reading this weekend!
A dream of a baby shower… in love with every detail.
These roasted shishito peppers might just become your go-to summer appetizer.
*image: cihan alpgiray for cosmopolitan turkey via dustjacket attic
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