Let’s talk GORGEOUS blogs. Sharon Garofalow has one with Cupcakes and Cutlery. This girl has style (if you couldn’t tell by the photo), and she’s translated that personal style into a site that talks about takes a modern approach to parties, life, kids, and what she calls “Collected cool.” Plus she throws an amazing party that makes me jealous for her super cute and cool kiddos. Really. Check out the Lego Dance Party. The Lego heart necklace favor would be such a hit around here.
Say hi to Sharon right here!
What Is Your Blog About?
My blog is a life and style blog where I share what my So Cal based family is up to. I feature recipes (that are easy and delicious), cocktails, fashion for the whole family, inspired entertaining ideas, music playlists and I always try to share my personal style.
What Makes Your Blog Different?
I like to look at things a little bit differently. I like to use products in a different way and I like to be funny. I like to keep things real and make sure people realize that life doesn’t always look as picture perfect as they do on the blogs.
Where Do You Blog?
At my kitchen counter. It has the best light in the house.
How Do You Take Your Coffee or Tea?
I take my coffee with a splash of half and half.
The Most-Played Song in My iTunes is [FILL IN THE BLANK].
5 Seconds by Twin Shadow
I Couldn’t Live Without My [FILL IN THE BLANK].
Husband. He’s the best. He’s my best friend, my biggest fan and a fantastic father.
Where Is Your Dream Vacay?
Anywhere my family is.
Who is your Girl Crush?
Erin Wasson. I love her style, her passion, and loved seeing her kind heart on that fashion show she was a judge on.
What is Your Guilty Pleasure?
Reality TV. And NERDS candy.
If You Could Invite Anyone (Alive or Dead) To Dinner, Who Would It Be?
Pharrell. He’s a freaking genius and such a forward thinker. He’s going to change the world. And he’s really pretty.
What Is Your Favorite Part Of Your Body?
What Do You Want The World To Know About You?
I want the world to know that I have so many things up my sleeve and the timing isn’t right to unleash them yet. I have so much I want to get out and share with other like minded families and see it happening over the next few years. Family is where the heart is and though digital might be pulling it apart in a way, I think it can bring it all back together in a more meaningful way.