When i got to school (@parsonsschoolofdesign ), i thought i wanted to be a graphic designer. After my first sculpture/3D class, i realized i couldn’t sit behind a computer my entire life- i *must* create physical things with my hands. This ushered me into fashion design, which taught me sewing isn’t my forte, but uneven hem lines, illustration and lettering are. Now, 5 years after that first sculpture class, i think I’ve found my calling: balloon installations. They are everything i love: color, experience, beauty, volume, obscene statement making, confident, playful and youthful. .
Over the last couple of months, @harlan.ruby and @vroomvroomballoon have been slammed My mom and i have created something so unique and special in Nashville. I’m incredibly thankful for my journey. Grateful heart. Wild imagination. .
This pic is from @elsielarson baby shower at the most gorgeous home of @gummergal edited with @acolorstory DUH #vroomvroomballoon#dowhatyoulove#femaleentrepreneur
One of three @eastland balloon installations I did for last weeks Maroondah festival. Looking forward to December 2nd at Eastland for the 'All for Kids' pop up Market. Come along if you're local and check out the exciting kids range and fashion precinct.
Master 3 asked me the other day "So who's birthday is Christmas?" When I replied it was baby Jesus he asked "So what type of cake are we getting him?!" I feel like @lifeslittlecelebrations just answered that question for me
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of styling my niece and nephew's joint birthday party. This was my first time creating a balloon garland, and I'm just thankful zero balloons popped in the making of it. The fear is real folks. This and clowns. What are some of your phobias?
A throne for a princess at the head of the table! Sophie really was spoilt rotten at her birthday! Thank you to darling Vinka @styledbymumma for lending us this beautiful chair again. I'll give it back in a few years...