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26 November 2014

Our Wedding

Today I'm writing you from the Great Smokey Mountains at the lovely mountain estate, Blackberry Farms. Hunter surprised me with a trip Monday evening to celebrate our anniversary which is coming up on Monday, December 1st. It's crazy to think that a year ago I was running around like a crazy person doing all of those last minute wedding things that you don't even realize have to get done.

As I was prepping a blog post for today, I realized that I never shared any wedding photographs with you. I know, I know, blogland is chock-full of wedding stuff, so I won't bore you with a million photographs. We got married at JCT Kitchen, a local Atlanta restaurant with a beautiful courtyard and fantastic food. Our reception was at...wait for it...their bar upstairs. It was such a wonderful, laid back venue which is just what we were going for. For a full review, get the scoop from the post my photographer, Kaylan at Happy Everything, did last year. Cheers to one year! 


24 November 2014

Holiday Floral & Entertaining Workshop with Waiting on Martha & Lindsay Coletta

This weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Holiday Floral & Entertaining Workshop with Mandy & Lindsay. I signed up last week and am so glad that I took the leap to attend the workshop. Not only did I get to learn floral and entertaining tips from the best of the best, but I got an up close and personal peek at Mandy's pop-up shop (which is gorgeous, btw).

From wreaths to garland to floral arrangements, Lindsay Coletta offered the best tips on holiday decor. I loved her quick and easy ideas for taking greenery purchased at Home Depot and kicking it up a notch. Plus, she walked each attendee through the steps of arranging our very own centerpiece. 

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All the while, Mandy was dishing us cocktails, recipes, and entertaining tips. I especially loved getting the scoop on some of her favorite go-to ideas for tablescapes. The tablescape is something that I'm still trying to master, but with her tips, I think I am slowly starting to understand how to turn a big brown square (aka our dining room table) into something beautiful. 

Mandy & Lindsay are hosting another workshop this weekend. Grab your tickets and go. You'll have a blast!

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