Mi Casa Es Su Casa
I have always loved having people over. Maybe because I come from a family of eight + our house was always bursting at the seams. We had three boys, three girls, two parents, a dog, a handful of neighbors, their parents, and then other friends... and their parents. The house was full + loud + full of laughter + loud. Emphasis on l o u d haha!
But I loved it.
A couple months ago, I posted on Instagram asking what our new tell should say. Tons + tons of ideas flooded in — cute ones, and punny ones and sweet ones. But this one — Mi Casa Es Su Casa really stuck with me. I loved it. I love it. Maybe because it made me think of home, maybe because thats what I want our mantra to be. Or maybe because I think it helps capture the heart of Tiny Tells — kindess that extends. Kindness that extends a tell, and even more - kindness that extends an invitation.
I hope you use this tell to invite people over, to make them feel welcome when they are over, that you would use it as a place card, a conversation starter, or a quick note on the folded towels for an overnight guest. The possibilities are endless.
+ know I am gonna stop talking cause you probably started scrolling anyway.
But welcome, via photos, to an evening with some of my most dear (+ talented) friends. Ill show you how we set the table, used the tells, the artist behind the beautiful flower arrangement, the girl responsible for our incredible jewelry, the beautiful lady who made my house smell incredible, the pretty woman with the hot pink cake and of course my dear sister who snapped these beautiful pictures (@abbeyeaves hollaaa)
I used "Mi Casa Es Su Casa" tells as place cards and wrote a question on the back of each. This was so much fun. I also added a little tassle to the tell to make it more fun! Below is how!