June 7, 2011

Birds of a (Pink) Feather



























(Images via 1, 2, 3)


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Good morning, friends!

Maybe I should've saved all these beautiful, pink flamingo images for tomorrow's Semi-Wordless Wednesday, but I just couldn't resist! Aren't they gorgeous? They're packing the perfect punch for this steamy June day (high of 91 here today!). Especially that adorable bride and groom and the Mrs. Flamingo cocktail from Mrs. Lilien! Flamingos are my favorite animal (followed closely by elephants). They're pink, elegant, and a little quirky- the perfect combination, in my opinion!

The title of this post is also referring to a fabulous collaboration that's happening this week! The lovely ladies from mal & criss contacted me about guest posting for them, and I couldn't be happier! I've mentioned these two gorgeous girls before and how much I adore them. This collaboration has me over the moon!

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Wishing each of you a wonderfully bright day!

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19 comments

Debby said...

What a fun post! Pink flamingos just make me smile. Hope your week is off to a good start, Julie. Everyone loved you over at my blog yesterday... thanks for guest posting!! xo

Rachel @ Little Bits of Lovely said...

They are the coolest looking birds and they are pink! Such a fun post! xo

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

I LOVE flamingos and this collection was just so fabulous- I ADORE that chair like mad!!!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

they are so elegant, aren't they! and the first pic is super cute!

Coastalpines said...

They definitely aren't the pink flamingos of my parents generation! Love this post and it's HOT here up north too, so it's perfectly appropriate :)

Gal Meets Glam said...

love the colors, very lovely

xo galmeetsglam.com

daphne @ flip flops and pearls said...

Ahhhh pretty images friend:)

You can always link it and take tomorrow off....
I know the girl, she won't mind :p

XOOX

Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou said...

Julie, what gorgeous flamingo images! Love the pink dress in the first photo ... how summery chic is that? And the flamingo chair? I WANT IT! Happy Tuesday, sugar-pie! xoxo

Hannah said...

Oooh how I love this post! Bryan calls me a flamingo becuase I frequently stand with one leg cocked up when I am busy in the kitchen. Apparently I was doing it this weekend while girls were getting their hair fixed for the wedding I was in, when someone told me I looked like a flamingo! That drink looks delish!

sugarhoneybaby said...

Great post!:)

CT Cupcake said...

love this post! flamingos make me happy!

wwluvs2sew said...

Julie,

First of all I <3 your blog. Your posts are always so lovely to read.

I have been in love with Flamingos since I saw them in "the wild" in Bonaire last year. I was so mesmerized by them. (Hope I spelled that right!) Their color is soooo amazing. They made the trip from Venezuela to feed in Bonaire. I will never forget that beautiful sight!

I hope it cools down for you. I live in Oregon and the high's have been in the upper 60's, low 70's. We are anxious for summer to arrive!

little miss southern love. said...

This post is so cute! I love Flamingos! I'm also excited to try the cocktail.

xoxo.
LMSL

Michelle said...

Mmmmmm.....

that drink looks amazing.

I'm drinking a margarita right now, but I think I need to run to the store and grab some rum.

Can't wait to try it!!!

Michelle

Pink Champagne said...

I want to flock with you, pretty lady! I just adore the fab Lilly print complemented by such gorgeous photos. Where oh where is that keychain from? I think I need it as an accent to hang on Louis... Kisses sweetie!

I'maNolaGirl said...

Wouldn't that chair be perfect for a house on the beach! I love it!!

The Pink Owl said...

I love Pink Flamingos!! They are one of my favorite animals as well. I am loving that RING and the chair!

Kori Donahue said...

Great post! Makes me want to go to Miami right now! Kori xoxo

mal and criss said...

The guest post has officially been featured at Mal and Criss!
Thank you so much Julie
xoxo
Mal and Criss

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