I have to give every bit of credit for these amazing photos to Ms. Megan Jones of Megan Michael Photography in Omaha, Nebraska.
The backdrops and bunnies were by far the cutest I had ever seen. AND the bunnies were trained. Trained MODEL bunnies! They actually turned and looked at the camera when they heard her start snapping away. Amazing!
Admitedly, I walked into the photo session concerned that my 18-month-old was going to try and love on the bunnies a little too aggressively and we would end up with a squished pile of fur, but they were miniture pros. So great with the kiddos. I was stupefied.
Amazing! I love them so much!
Happy Easter, friends!
I am so deep in Ball stuff right now I can barely see straight. I dream of invitations, programs, step&repeats and speeches. I stress over details no one else will ever notice or think about. I’m currently so tired from staring at a Tri-Fold raffle ticket display piece…that my eyeballs may just squeeze out of my head.
Do eyeballs squeeze out of one’s head? …maybe. Mine may be the first.
I thought I had escaped gowns and dinner choices when my wedding reception ended.
One more week of crazy stress and I will be back. Back to being a working momma with a side business. No more fancy, formal ball committee until next year.
So. Deep. In. Balls.
Anyone looking for Pampers Rewards codes, here are two of my latest:
Thank me later!
In the week since I received my first “bad” review, I have been BUSY.
I’ve revised my files.
Addressed paper and printing issues with my printer.
Found a new vender for my envelopes.
AND tried my best to makes things right with the unhappy customer.
Yesterday, she posted an updated review saying:
UPDATE: Jessica took action when she read my review- she reached out to me right away & addressed my concerns, Thanks Jessica!
Since that one mediocre review, I’ve received three new reviews on my Etsy page from other happy customers:
Perfect for the under the sea baby shower I was throwing, they look great and were easy to print.
I really like these.
Loved the way it came out!
I’m also excited to announce that I felt so bad for the customer who was disappointed, that I designed a Thank You card just for her! She will be receiving them in the mail in the next couple days.
I feel vindicated. Exhausted. Happy with my progress. And old.
Did I mention I turn 29 tomorrow? 29 with a husband, baby, full-time job, two dogs and a side business.
29 must be latin for ‘exhausted.’
I’m not sure what else it could possibly mean.