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Maria Vazquez
Maria Vazquez
Maria Vazquez

Maria Vazquez

These Countries Have the Best Weather in the Whole Entire World via @PureWow

These little seafood pillows can feed a crowd: Learn how to make shrimp dumplings with lemongrass.

Why You Only Need 35 Items in Your Closet

L-O-V-E Bracelet in Gold on Emma Stine Limited

Watermelon Flowers - super sweet for a garden party!

best boy baby shower themes - i like the little gentleman idea...suspenders, tie...so cute

I really like the cake and cupcake. The gradient and color is less of the typical baby blue and more towards the teal color I was to stick with.

LOVE THIS! - Neat idea for a kid's birthday party. Tie balloons to favor bags. They will be festive party decor, plus every kid wants to take home a balloon!

Clever Candy Sayings for {almost} Every Occasion! Free cute printables from The Dating Divas

The kitchen design experts at HGTV.com share 20 hard-working and stylish kitchen islands.

It was a quick and joyous ceremony, led by Father Lynch and Rabbi Bergman. (Lynch-Bergman, what great casting!) We had nearly three hundred guests as our witnesses (including 41 children and my family’s King Charles spaniel, Charly). - Photo: Isaias Miciu and Sergio Sandona

3 secrets to the perfect pot via @PureWow

This light, airy, impossibly tender yellow layer cake from the old-school Yorkville bakery, Two Little Red Hens <http://www.twolittleredhens.com/> , looks like it\'s right out of a childhood birthday party. With its pastel-colored sprinkles and a thick spread of dark chocolate frosting, it\'s sweet and nostalgic, but excellent enough for a crowd of discerning grownups.

Feast Your Eyes on This Beautiful Linguistic Family Tree | Mental Floss