We love seeing your #littlecitizens on Instagram. Your pictures continue to inspire us and we feel the #teacollection love. We’ve rounded up our favorite recent Instagrams and are sharing them with you here. Don’t forget to keep using #teacollection, #littlecitizens and #kidslovetea to be featured on our TeaCollection.com gallery… We may even repost one of your pictures!
From top to bottom, left to right: @katelporter // @lexisandberg // @amberthrane // @purposeplease // @0mariposa00 // @boutiquelittle // @shashapluslydia // @lee.kristine // @whitneyjohnson
We absolutely love seeing how you coordinate your Tea Collection styles for siblings. Some of you go with coordinating colors while others choose the same dress for all four girls. They’re all so good! Today we’re sharing 10 different outfitting options for your big girl and little girl in an effort to make summer shopping a little easier. So many patterns, so many styles!
We love seeing your #littlecitizens on Instagram. Your pictures continue to inspire us and feel the #teacollection love. We’ve rounded up our favorite recent Instagrams and are sharing them with you here. Don’t forget to keep using #teacollection, #littlecitizens, #kidslovetea to be featured on our TeaCollection.com gallery… We may even repost one of your pictures!
(from top to bottom, left to right: @chantillyinwanderland // @aquabluey // @robynehayes // @iriei // @ shannahunneyman // @everydayinfilm // @good_on_paper // @jess11gray // @mrskittymitch)
When we first came across Amanda Watters’ blog, it was this post on her new family of five that we loved most. We swooned over the photography and knew that while Amanda’s family would be a dream to work with, Kaley from Kansas would have to be the one to capture the magic. Her airy photos were just perfect -she captures those little moments that only a skilled eye and a full heart can produce.
We fell in love with Mama Watters’ crisp photos and thought her family could be perfect for our summer collection. When we reached out, we were delighted to hear that Tea Collection was already a part of her family’s story. We learned that the day her son Theo was born, Amanda’s oldest, Stella, arrived at the hospital dressed in Tea. So, we did what we do best—we packed our bags and took off to spend a few days in Kansas City with Amanda and her family and invited Bev Weidner and her little girl Natalie to join the fun!
In celebration of Women’s History Month, The National Museum of Women in the Arts is running a campaign to spread awareness of women artists. Only five percent of art hanging in museums are by women!! So, they’ve started a campaign to challenge people to name five women artists. We’re always up for a challenge!