As I mentioned before, I am a huge blog addict. There are so many great places to look for inspiration and ideas, and I'm happy to be making my own way into the blogosphere too. I do have a few blogs that are always at the top of my list to check first. Sometimes, when I haven't peeked in a few days, my Bloglovin' reel has so many unread posts, that I only have time to check a couple, and I always go to my top four or five blogs feeds first. I'll cover some of my other favorite blogging ladies, and already told you about Brit + Co, but today we'll focus on another local blog, run by a fabulous gal with an amazing little studio space in the Mission District.
Oh Happy Day! is a visually pleasing website, and focuses mainly on decor, party planning, and fun San Francisco tidbits. Their design aesthetic is clean, streamline, and modern, but colorful, playful, and laid back at the same time. Jordan Ferney runs the operation, but also has a great team behind her, brainstorming original ideas to make everyday feel like a little party. Oh Happy Days!'s ideas for how to put together easy, but extremely attractive shin-digs is my favorite content to browse, so I highly recommend gathering some of their suggestions before you have people over again.
Recently, the Oh Happy Day! studio hosted a 'Photobooth Day', where readers could come in and use the amazing renovated vintage photo booth they acquired (you can read more about Jordan's renovation story here) to print their own photo strips! They had fun photo props, as well as cute and delicious mini cupcakes from the local bakeshop Mission Minis. My boyfriend and I stopped by, and got to take our turn at posing for photos to take home as a souvenir.
I already have an on-going collection of polaroid photos from my own instant camera, but this inspired me to make sure and stop at any older photo booths we see out and about to add more photos of us to our collection (I love any excuse to take pictures). There's something about a one of a kind print that isn't stored on a memory card that makes it feel a little more special. Can't wait to keep the collection going!
If you know of any black and white photo booths in the San Francisco area, let a sister know!