Greetings from time + space!

September 26, 2014

So, getting married is sort of a thing. It's an amazing thing- a little bit like a black hole in ways. It swirls and whirls and soon, that is all you can see as you get pulled into the vortex (of love, of course!).  

We had an itsy bitsy budget, but gathered everyone we love around us to bring it together. It was truly a communal effort and I couldn't imagine it happening any other way.

Yes those are dinos + yes, I made those! 

The result? An absolutely magical experience with all the best things and nothing forced. Best day ever. You can view a few more pics over on my photographer's blog: Shurie Jenai

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The summer has been quite light here at Unurth, but I am back in the saddle (or pottery stool as it were). I've got weekly shop updates on the horizon.

Are you on instagram? Check me out for everyday inspiration, studio insights, and shop updates! @unurthwonder

 

Light and love to all of you!




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