About

Hello there! I'm Jordyn, a born and raised Washington girl and wouldn't have it any other way. In fact I've lived in the same house my entire life, expect when I went off to college at Washington State University. I graduated in 2013 with a degree in Landscape, Nursery and Greenhouse Management and am training myself to become a florist. Think big, loose, natural wedding flowers. Im the happiest when it is raining and long for those fall months all year around. My biggest wishes are to stumble across a secret garden hidden among some ivy and also to see Bigfoot. I am always looking. Here on Pretty Lovely you'll find my personal style, lots of flowers and a little adventure (although I wish it was more). I am so glad you are here!


Thank you so much for reading, and feel free to email me ( theprettylovelyblog(at)gmail(dot)com ) if you have any questions or just want to say hi!

8 comments:

  1. that is the coolest degree i have ever heard of! how fun!!

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  2. Awesome degree!! I wish my school offered that, because I'm doing my business management degree right now in the hopes that one day I can open up my own greenhouse/small business. It would be cool to have a degree more specified for that. very neat!

    kelly elizabeth

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  3. Hello! I found your blog on the collective! I'm a new blogger and I LOVE your blog! Following :)

    -Brianna
    endlesslybeloved.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm so happy to find another Pacific Northwest blogger--and I live just outside of Seattle and HATE coffee. Glad I'm not the only one! (My boyfriend is a barista and quite the coffee snob)

    brokebutnotbreaking.blogspot.com

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  5. Woo! Always great to find another Seattle area blogger! :)

    http://www.barnwoodandbrick.com

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  6. Haven't come across many Pacific Northwest bloggers. Excited to stumble upon your blog. Looking forward to following :)

    -Braidy
    4me2you.com

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  7. You are such an inspiration to me! In the last year or so, I've really felt a tug towards floral design, but I'm a teacher...and I have very little experience with flowers. I want to start training, but I don't have the money for expensive workshops. Where do you recommend to start?

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  8. Hi, Jordyn: I stopped by from your cousin Margo's blogspot to say hello! Very nice blog you have, and such a beautiful setting you live in!

    I'm a full-time writer. My work can be seen at Goodreads or Amazon among others. Here's hoping all your dreams and goals come true!

    Best wishes, Michael

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