I've had so much fun these past few months working on decorating baby Vivian's nursery in anticipation of her arrival in October. I've been posting photos to social media and have had so many questions about where things came from so below is where I got most of the items for the room.
All the bedding (crib sheets, crib skirt, quilt, and changing pad cover) came from Ivie Baby Shop who I found on Etsy. The canopy and paper flowers came from Pottery Barn Kids at Polaris Fashion Place. I commissioned the incredibly talented Megan Hogan to create a custom painting for Vivian's room that will always remind her of her grandmother Vivian who she is named after. The painting is of grandma Vivian's favorite bible verse.
Holden picked out some stuffed friends for Vivian, a pink turtle (of course) and a Minnie Mouse during our current trip to Disney World. The adorable panda pillowcase came from Olive Handmade who can also be found on Etsy.
I really enjoyed selecting items/prints for this wall. Besides the metal letters that came from Elm and Iron almost everything on the wall came from Simply Vague. The heart string art came from Trash to Treasure, the larger prints came from I Screen You Screen, the Olive You print is Buck and Libby, and the print on the far right is from One Elm. You can't read it but it says "I made a wish & then came you". Our last addition was a growth chart from Upstairs Originals, Simply Vague carries growth charts but we had this one custom made because we needed it a foot shorter to fit under the letters that spell out GROW. The letters were an impulse buy from Joanne Fabrics and they ended up working perfect in the space.
The elephant print is another from One Elm that I picked up at Simply Vague. I found the puzzle at the Easton Art Affair and was shocked to see they had both Holden and Vivian. The V book letter came from Simply Vague as well, it was made by Life's a Beach. The Love sign was made by Orion and Westley, it was part of our second Ohio Creative Collective craft exchange.
Last but not least the "Once Upon a Time" sign and book shelves came from Weston Home Decor. I ordered extra shelves when we were constructing our Polaris store and have been holding on the them along with the sign for quite some time waiting for the time and place to put this book corner. I couldn't be happier with how it turned out.