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I’m Jenna— a new owner of a fixer-upper, where I live with my hubby and giant doggo, Woodward. I’m the proud founder (and Creative Coordinator) of Company & Cheer. I spend most days designing, planning events, or creating.
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The soon-to-be-wed light *up* when they chat about their floral vision for their wedding day. Some dream of big, bold arrangements that steal the show, while others envision them playing a subtle role. For me, connecting with my clients about this aspect of their design is one of the most exciting parts of the planning … Continue reading
Looking to plan a wedding that is unique to you and your partner? My guess, since you are reading this post, is that you aren’t one to pull all of your ideas from weddings you’ve attended in the past or lean on others to make your design decisions. Creating an inspiration board (via Pinterest or … Continue reading
Some parties are planned well in advance, and some come pop up a little more quickly. Take on the next get-together that comes your way with confidence—using these three DIYs and a few household craft supplies. Each of the sections below provide how-to’s and tips for creating party props. Additionally, they all feature one of … Continue reading
Don’t let the timing of this blog post fool you. It’s so important, now more than ever, to show people they are loved (not just on Valentine’s Day!). I hope this post helps spark your own creativity and encourages you to surprise a friend, partner, or family member with a warm gesture. Below are three … Continue reading
Opening your home to visitors is a wonderful way to keep your loved ones near and an opportunity to make lasting memories. It allows you to play one more round of rummy or enjoy one more Moscow Mule together— since the only place your guest has to travel, is down the hall! Continue reading if … Continue reading