Digital Issues June 1, 2013 Summer Issue Emma’s summer issue covers 4th of July entertaining, summer fashion, camping picks, and lots more! Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Alejandra Armstrong Alejandra likes ice cream, dancing and pretty things. You can usually find her exploring downtown Phoenix, where she lives, or singing to herself while writing in a coffee shop. Twitter Previous articleSummer Printables Next articleDIY Gifts for Dad You may also like December 14, 2016 Emma magazine Winter 2016 October 24, 2016 Emma magazine Fall 2016 June 12, 2016 Summer Issue February 29, 2016 Spring Issue 4 Comments Reply August 13, 2013 Long Barn Engagement: Travis + Antonina » Erin Milnik | […] I’m thrilled to be sharing Travis + Antonina’s Camping Theme Engagement shoot with you! This theme was so fitting for these two love-birds considering they are both what they like to call “die-hard campers” and you can typically find them outdoors. These two planned the entire shoot themselves, brought all their camping goodies, and even found this amazing meadow nestled in Long Barn, California. I love that Travis + Antonina made this session all about who they are. I love their free-spirit, simplicity, and unique creativity and I especially loved Antonina’s colorful fair-isle keds – so fun!Travis & Antonina, you two were such a Joy to work with! Thank you for putting the time & effort into making this shoot reflect who you are. I’m so excited for your upcoming wedding and I can’t wait to see all of your wonderful creativity come to life! A HUGE thank you to the wonderful EMMA Magazine for featuring this session in their Summer Issue (you can check it out HERE)! […] Reply June 27, 2014 Sarah Throws A Pool Party | Emma Magazine […] and costs down by making a fruit print runner yourself using the potato art method from our summer issue. Make functional fun with letter hooks for your guests to hang their wet towels. And if there are […] Reply June 30, 2014 Hosting 4th of July | Emma Magazine […] flavor but without the fuss. Start with what’s in season to plan your dishes. Check out our summer issue for […] Reply December 4, 2014 Sarah Throws A Pool Party | Sarah Hubbell […] costs down by making a fruit print runner using the potato art method from Emma’s summer issue. Letter towel hooks make both a fun and functional touch, giving guests a spot to hang wet […] Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.