[Vintage Americana part II]

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My talented little sister managed to squeeze in some digital processing between morning sickness, birthdays and the usual busy mom schedule so that I could show you all the rest of these photos she took of our little family. Thanks LJ!
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***for those of you who asked-I used the Project Runway Simplicity pattern 2725 for my dress and added the ruffle myself (very easy to do btw).

33 Responses to “[Vintage Americana part II]”

  1. kristina *

    these are so, so sweet.

    love the vintage look, the setting, the whole atmosphere – beautiful pictures and memories to be treasured…

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  2. Erin

    oh merilee! those pictures are amazing!! the location, the outfits, the angles. everything is perfection in these pictures!

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  3. acreativemint

    Oh my goodness!!! You are the most gorgeous family and these photographs are just incredible. They will be so fun to look back on -especially for your kids!

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  4. krys kirkpatrick

    Lovely. What a wonderful gift, these pictures, to remember a moment that is so precious. You have a beautiful family. My favorite is your son walking away from the camera and those red suspenders.

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  5. denise plant

    Merrilee, is there any way I can but a dress like yours. I love it so much. You never find dresses that cute that are “g-friendly”.

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  6. buffet

    this is soooooo cute & sweet,

    awesome picture,,,beautiful 🙂

    actually i link your blog to mine 😛 love yr blog

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  7. mer

    thanks Denise…the fit of the dress is a bit off (and the hem needs re-doing) but I learned a lot and I like the look. I used the Project Runway Simplicity pattern 2725 and added the ruffle myself (very easy).

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  8. Leyla

    Simply GORGEOUS family!! Love the photography and the vintage inspired concept… Simply divine. Great family photos to cherish for years to come =)

    http://leylasroom.com
    P.S. FYI, I can’t seem to be able to add my name and URL through OpenID for some reason… just thought I’d let you know

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