MARCH MOODBOARD // GROWTH + ROMANCE

This month’s moodboard really speaks to the state of affairs around my home – and city. Rain. Sun. Rain. Sun. Spring is definitely here in Seattle. But it also speaks to the burst of green growth, the change in season, and a little thing we call romance…

the march moodboard from coco kelley

I think our inner florist is always celebrating this time of year with the plethora of florals and greens suddenly available in the market. The rest of us are just welcoming the sunshine with open arms! Me, I’m doing both. Yesterday I got to do some fun floral arranging, and I think we’ll be bringing you even more of that to the blog in the coming months. But there’s another reason I’m celebrating…

Sheherezade Goldsmith in her garden | Vogue via coco kelley

If you haven’t heard the news… my boyfriend is now my fiancé! And as a result I’m in the mood for romantic styles and aesthetics in the most classic of forms…

a modern nook as featured in the Greenterior book | via coco kelley

Like place settings where the napkins are wrapped in luxurious velvet ribbons, climbing vines and sweet little posies, and – of course – lazy weekends spent in bed reading. And yes, I’m collecting wedding inspiration like crazy, even though we likely won’t be married until next spring. I’m angling for a vineyard somewhere… although we have a few barn locations in mind too… you’ll just have to wait and see! As soon as we set the venue, I’m sure I’ll be blogging about our nuptials much more. Until then, I’m enjoying the spring sunshine and the romance in the air…

main images :: sheherazade goldsmith portrait via vogue // modern table nook via sight unseen

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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.