Don’t know how about where you are, around here winter is still in full force, with snow and freezing temperatures (I can’t deal with it anymore!). It’s annoying that in March we have this weather and I thought what better way to try seeing the beauty of winter (as hard as it can seem) than by sharing a gorgeous winter wedding shot in Serbia, on Kopaonik (a mountain here). The details and colors are stunning, my jaw literally dropped after seeing the amazing cake, the heart shaped macaroons, the wintery bouquet and how happy the newlyweds were despite the coldness (you can see it through the pictures, brrr!).
With all this NYFW fever I thought a good idea would be to add my two cents on the topic, because even though I’m crazy about chic interiors, my heart melts at the sight of ruffled dresses, flirty skirts and romantic collections, even more when all this goodness is created by a Serbian designer! The brand Mihano Momosa is like a breath of fresh air in the Serbian fashion industry and it literally takes you to a whole new level when it comes to clothing – it’s that good. Mihano Momosa creations are a dream come true – a feminine and romantic touch in our modern world.
Hello, my lovelies! I missed you so SO much, I’ve been visiting my parents the time I was away, so thank you for understanding the lack of posts (I was offline for the entire time, but not because of Internet connection – I decided to disconnect for awhile and get some rest). Now I’m back and cannot wait to get back to my little routine (who would’ve thought I’d like my routine, right?). Unfortunately I didn’t take any pics in my home country, but today the husband and I had a little trip and visited Novi Sad, a beautiful city in Serbia and I did take pictures that I’d like to share with you. The architecture I’ve seen today was beyond amazing and if you know what is Novi Sad all about, you know that this is a peaceful, old town, with tiny streets which feel untouched time-wise. All in all, a place you must visit if you happen to be in Serbia!
It’s been awhile since the last Serbian Made post, but I have an amazing one today, a perfect mood setter for this week! Oh, happy Monday all! I know locals have already been introduced to Iva Boskovic and her utterly stylish t-shirts, but just in case you missed it, I have this post for you, after all you can never have too much inspiring talent, right? Ok, back to Iva – she’s young, creative and her shirts are definitely a must-have this season as they’re perfect for ANY occasion, from parties to casual walks to office style – I mean it’s always nice to have an outfit with a twist and Iva’s tees are the twist you need! I’m digging all the designs, take a look and covet with me :)
*Please note that this isn’t a sponsored post and all the opinions are 100% mine.
Hi everyone! I hope you had a relaxing weekend and you fueled up for another week! The traditional Serbian Monday is here and today I have for you a talented girl, creator of beautiful and oh, so feminine jewelry – Sonja and her brand Shtirak Design by Sonja! I had the link to her Facebook page bookmarked for a way too long time and now the time has finally come to share her work with you all! Needless to mention how much I love everything, but I’m digging very much the delicate earrings she’s creating – pretty ribbons and buttons, amazing colors – what else a girl can ask? Oh and everything is handmade, how about that?
Happy Monday! For this week’s Serbian Made I have a delicious post, literally! I present you the prettiest and the tastiest company here in Serbia, creating the most gorgeous cakes I’ve EVER seen: Tintolino Family! I had the opportunity to try both their salty and sweet catering and I can say it out loud – they’re fabulous! Not only the team is super sweet, they’re also responsible and reliable when it comes to business. They make cakes for different occasions from weddings to kids’ birthdays to any other event in somebody’s life. And yes, I wholeheartedly recommend them! And now here are few of their creations (plenty of pictures, sorry – I couldn’t stop).
Hello, my dears! Happy Friday aka happy we’re-so-close-to-the-weekend day! Let me begin with telling how much I miss you! Having a job is fantastic, however there are things I miss, things I was doing in my pre-job life, like tweeting, posting on creamylife more often and just interacting with you, my loves! I can’t complain though, things are much better since I’m working, my days are crazy busy, I get to implement what I’ve been taught during my faculty years, I feel more useful than before and well, it makes me happy :). Yet I miss you and I can’t find a solution for this. Alright, let’s look at the bright side. Doesn’t it make you feel thrilled to know that your readers are the sweetest?? It does to me! A while back I received a lovely handmade holiday card from Iva (which is actually the second present from Iva!) and guess what, today I received one more handmade card, from Alena! I adore both my presents and from the bottom of my heart I thank you, Iva and Alena, for thinking about me and for this kind and so pretty gesture! Wishing you the happiest in 2011, ladies!
Hello and happy Monday! First of all, I’d like to start off by sending a HUGE hug to all 1,000 (!) fans of creamylife on Facebook, you really made my week and please know that I appreciate it a lot and love you forever (2011 is off to a great start, I also reached 1,000 followers on Twitter, yay!).
This week I want to introduce you to a young Serbian designer who loves handmade and is creating some to die for pouches, purses, bags – from recycled paper! You may recall his creations from this post about Emilija Petrovic’s shop in Choomich, so I couldn’t avoid putting together an entire post about those gorgeous musts for a lady, even more because it’s all eco-friendly (how cool is that?). The guy behind all this loveliness is called Milan Ilic and you can find more of his work on Yoladin handmade blog, site and shop.
Well, good morning, sweets! Hope you had a lovely Christmas (if you celebrated it) or a great weekend. I’m here with a Serbian Made feature and am ready to introduce you to a huge talent born and living in Serbia: please meet Miloš Nadaždin, photographer who captures far above what your eye can see! He’s a fashion & beauty photographer and the very first instant I saw Miloš’s work I was smitten by those unique and gorgeous pictures! He shoots vintage scenes, sexy and sophisticated ones, relaxed and beach-y scenes and much, much more! I know Miloš Nadaždin is a favorite of many people around here and I definitely understand why – his work is beyond inspiring!
You guys know how talented are Serbians, right? However while checking back all the Serbian Made posts I noticed that one thing is on top of the list of local crafters and this is jewelry. And as much as I try to bring something new every week, I end up falling in love with another creative ‘handmaker’ who designs jewelry. That’s what happened now. While looking for another potential feature I came across Empress Design, owned by Zorana who works with plexiglass (something new around here) to bring to life the cutest earrings, the most stylish belts and the prettiest necklaces you could ever imagine! How could I possibly not fall in love? The best thing about plexiglass jewelry is that it’s not pricey at all and everybody can afford it, not to mention how stunning it looks as a statement piece! I totally recommend checking Empress Design (they have SO many items!), here I highlighted a few of them: