Monday, June 22, 2015


How cute are these welcome bags? Ya'll, those macaroons were no freaking joke. So good!
This past weekend, we ventured down to Charleston to celebrate the marriage of two very special friends. Charleston is totally my happy place. In light of the tragic event in the past week, it was incredible to see how the community really banded together to help console one another in such a dark time. We made a walk by the church, and seeing everyone comforting one another made me appreciate Charleston even more than I every have. 

The 100+ degree heat index did not hold us down. We successfully ate (and drank) our way through the Holy City. As always, it was a blast and we can't wait to travel back down again (hopefully) soon!

My Dress is Anthropologie which you can shop here
The rehearsal welcome dinner was hosted at the Charleston Distilling Co, which if you haven't been, is the neatest little spot! They make all of their liquor in house, and of course had to bring home a bottle of their specialty vodka for our bar cart. It had me at adorable label.

I also made a couple of stops during a shopping trip on Friday and if you haven't shopped Candlefish before, you must stop in. Over 100 custom scents in their library. It was heaven on earth. Excited to light my new goodies at home to remind us of our trip.

Nitrotini's at the Market Pavilion were a must for a break in the heat on Saturday

The wedding ceremony and reception was held at the Historic Rice Mill. Every angle of this space was stunning. From the outdoor ceremony space to the sprawling water views out the back deck. Absolutely stunning

Sunday morning, before heading out of town, we stopped into Edmund's Oast for our final meal of the trip. I did not hate it. It was amazing. I highly recommend for anyone traveling down!

Happy Monday!


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