Baby Girl's Nursery

Hi Guys,

I am finally getting around to posting my baby girl's nursery! In case you didn't know about sweet
baby #2, you can see our gender reveal pictures here!

Baby #2 Gender Reveal

We have thoroughly enjoyed having our little princess here! Time is really flying but I couldn't be having more fun enjoying my precious babies. They are such a blessing and I am one happy and very thankful mama.

Let's start with the Crib and bedding since I had the most fun designing that. Thankfully, I have a sweet mother in law who was willing to make my dreams come true with her sewing abilities! :-) We went to Joann's Fabric and picked out the material - so glad I was able to find exactly what I had envisioned!

I used the same bumper pad and crib skirt from Levi's crib bedding and just added lots of pink and flowers and polka dots!! It came together perfectly! 

I am a sucker for having my babies name's above their crib. To me, it's just a must! :-)

Here is a close up of Ashtyn's name on the wall above her crib…

The mobile on her crib is Pottery Barn Kids. My sweetest mama bought this for Ashtyn and I couldn't be any happier with it! I LOVE IT!

Because we didn't have enough pink in her room already, I added pink ribbon, tied into pretty little bows, to the top of her curtain loops! Oh, and we added pink tissue paper balls in the corner of the room.

The tissue paper balls are actually hanging over a full size bed that we have in the nursery. (I couldn't separate with this comfortable bed so I had to incorporate it into the nursery and it's not so bad after all.) I just imagine it one day being Ashtyn's big girl bed with a beautiful pink quilt on it! :-)

For now, it has a subtle white down comforter with pink polka dot sheets and pillow covers that match her crib bedding! It's cute, cute, cute and is always ready for nana and poppi to come visit us!

I hope you have enjoyed seeing our little princess's nursery. We had fun decorating it for her and honestly, I would love to keep going with it and adding more and more but for now… it's perfect for her! :-)

If you haven't seen her big brother's vintage airplane themed nursery you can click here. I love how it turned out!

Until next time,

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