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I threw a party for a dear friend who is getting married later this month. She loves donuts, sweets and is a cereal expert -- she writes a cereal column for the food site, Serious Eats (it's such a fun read, you have to check it out!). So naturally, we had to have a cereal buffet (inspired by the one at Gramercy Terrace!), a dozen donuts from Doughnut Plant, and her favorite treats. I sent out this Sprinkles invitation, and instead of buying lots of balloons and decorations, I bought a single giant donut pool float. It was fun seeing friends take goofy photos with it throughout the party. Hello | The Indigo Bunting Hello | The Indigo Bunting
Dear Shauna, I grew up with an artistic passion of my own: fashion and design. I had dreams of attending Parsons in NYC but when I sought out my more creative inclinations for college, I was pushed into a more “practical career path”. Flash forward: I’m two months away from graduating with my Mechanical Engineering degree and I recently turned down a job offer at a competitive engineering firm.

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