#1 TueTu Wakeup and Makeup


Wedding day makeup ideas and routines so you can save those coins ladies.

Originally posted on Shay Play:

Today is tutorial Tuesday and you know I don’t just bring home the bacon, I bring the pig family with the pregnant momma. It’s epicness today as I layout finds for hair, beauty,nails, health, workout, and even a drink recipe to relax your stress away. Today we begin with:……


How to enhance your eye without over doing it.


How to wing it or in other words eyeliner done easy to wing your lash line.


How to do the Pearl smoky eye


Golden smoky eye


Deep purple smoky eye with pearl


How to glam and glitz smoky eye for a night out or formal occasion, prom.


How to completely knock them out of their socks to they seize on the floor glam…. Just making sure your there, this is Hawaii neon wow Glam.


Mascara Tutorial


And a Brown eye tutorial

I’m sure you’ve got lots to try and do, save or…

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Peanut Butter French Toast topped with Strawberries

Originally posted on Jan and Jot:

Happy Monday!

When my nephews are over the house I love making simple snacks for them to eat. I just recently bought some strawberries and decided to make some Peanut Butter French Toast topped with strawberries.


  • 1 lb strawberries, hulled and sliced
  • 4 tbsp white sugar
  • 8 slices bread
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1-2 tbsp butter
  • Confectioners sugar (optional)


  1. Coat strawberries with 2 tbsp of sugar in a bowl. Set a side
  2. In a separate bowl or baking pan, whisk together eggs, the remaining 2 tbsp sugar, milk and vanilla extract.
  3. Make 4 peanut butter sandwiches
  4. Heat a large pan or skillet on medium high heat. Add a tbsp of butter (use more if necessary). Dip one sandwich both side in the egg mixture and add to skillet. Cook each side until golden.
  5. Transfer to a plate. Top…

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REAL STORIES: A Modern Blue and Purple Wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Originally posted on Evantine Design Blog:

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WITH THE COMING OF THE NEW YEAR, we’re ready to renew and refresh our blog presence beginning with, well, blogging! Duh! The last few months of 2014 were a blur of parties and events, and sadly, hopping on the blog and sharing the journey wasn’t as often as we like it to be. But we know you understand as we all get a little bogged down from time to time, right?

We ARE grateful to see that after 35 years in the weddings and events business, Evantine is not only still relevant, but THRIVING! Many, many wonderful changes are ahead of us this year, but one of those changes will be to see the end of one of our dearest event partnerships. Well, not the end, per se. Just a major shift that will require the end of a glorious era while we wait {impatiently} for the birth of a new one. Of…

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REAL STORIES: Celebrating Club Cory on this Mitzvah Monday!

Originally posted on Evantine Design Blog:

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Happy Mitzvah Monday! The weekend is behind us and we are happy to proclaim that we managed to survive another absolutely AH-mazing mitzvah party! When you produce the detailed, labor-intensive events that we do, day in and day out, it can get a little stressful. But all that passion for producing the impossible in a matter of hours is what we live for! Cory’s Modern Mitzvah this past Saturday at Meadowlands Country Club was another example of that passion. We designed and produced an experience that not only WOWED Cory’s guests from the moment they arrived, but kept them engaged and energized right up until the last sweet second. Always wonderful to get a note like this from your client:

Thank you Brian and Evantine Design for creating such an amazing night. The room was spectacular. You are a pleasure to work with and your vision and creativity is like no…

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