Baby Girl Nursery. Welcome to the World. Personal.

Someone pinch me please! Our baby girl’s “Welcome to the World” nursery has just been featured on another popular baby blog. I feel honored and proud that I reached one of my baby photography goals–to get featured on the top three baby blogs, Grey Likes Baby, Onto Baby, and now 100 Layer Cakelet.

Eloise’s nursery was inspired by my baby shower theme as well as my Mexican heritage. I loved incorporating all sorts of goodies from various places in the world, especially Mexico. Just like our baby shower, the colors that flowed through the room were shades of pinks, hues of coral and lots of glittery golds. If you want to find out where I gathered all of these girly girl items just scroll down and take a look!

Welcome the the world Eloise. We can’t wait to meet you!

Here are the details:

Photography: Eva Marie Photography
Striped gold and cream dress: Zara

Small clear glass jar and metallic wooden letter E jewelry stand: Anthropologie

White jar, weaved frame, gold vase, gold lined pillow: Threshold from Target

Crib: Da Vinci Jenny Lind from Target

Curtains and long white free-standing shelf: Ikea

Moccasins: etsy

Pink baby shoes: Shop Sweet Threads

“10 Little Indians #2″ children artwork: Choo Choo Clan

Wall Map: National Geographic

All Mexican decor (rug, maraca, doll): Tulum, Mexico

Dresser, frames, gold mirror, horse book ends: Vintage

White and gold letter “E”, glittered wooden California shape, sequence letter “G”, pink “welcome to the world”, white bookshelves, babushka doll pillow, “Eloise” pillow: DIY by me

Wall Prints: Pinterest

Weaved baskets: TJ Maxx

Fitted crib mattress cover and skirt: Target

The globe was signed by guest at my baby shower. Most of the headbands were also made by my guest at my baby shower that also had the same theme.

 

 

    
  • Tia - October 4, 2014

    How in the world did I miss this! So adorable!!ReplyCancel

    • Evie - October 5, 2014

      Aww you are the sweetest! Thanks girl:)ReplyCancel

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