Shawna Yamamoto Event Design Collaborates with The Kayla’s Cake for Mother’s Day Gift Boxes.
Do- It- Yourself Valentine’s Day Card
For this week’s DIY, we’re teaching you how to automatically upgrade your home or work space. Take a look at how we’ve been adding class and elegance to many of our platforms and vases- and how you can, too!
As many of you know, the SY&Co. team loves to establish relationships with our clients and we love being a party of birthdays, weddings, baby showers, and more. Chriselle Lim from The Chriselle Factor is a client that we have worked with for many of those events- and it was an honor to design her beautiful baby’s first birthday party.
We’re so excited to share this feature in Love Luxe Life! Shawna’s Q & A session wonderfully showcases what we’ve got going on right now and her mini-photo shoot is totally adorable! Shawna talks about how she got in the business, her favorite things, Nicole’s role in the company, and more! Head over to their website to read the full interview and see all of the behind-the-scenes images.
On behalf of the entire crew here at SYED, we want to wish you all a very happy Spring!! To kick off one of our favorite seasons, we are bringing you our latest DIY project with Chriselle & her team over at The Chriselle Factor: Spring Vases. They’re so cute, easy, and fun! Perfect to brighten your desk, windowsill, or tabletop!
We love making our homes festive for the holidays. Especially those that make myself and my special someone the focus of the evening – Valentines Day! This fun and easy tutorial can be used all year around for any special occasion. We used the iconic red rose to bring the V into Valentines Day. Grab your supplies and let’s get started! You will need: Floral Glue (not hot glue) Paper Plate, Dessert Size is perfect. But get a firm plate Scissors Design Master Spray in Red (or whatever color rose you select) Roses – about 4 per 8″ completed rose (at a minimum) Love Total Cost: $ 25 material cost (your using labor of love at no charge) Total Time: 15 minutes from start to finish (faster if you work here!) Step One: Start by cutting out the plate to a size that equals about 2″ smaller than your anticipated finished project. Step Two: Spray paint the paper plate. This will keep if from showing up after you glue all the flower petals to it. …