apres partay

There’s nothing more fun than when we’re green-lighted to keep the party rockin’ into the wee hours! Folks should be able to tie one on in style, after all. After our girl Kalen’s gorgeous Old Edwards Inn ceremony + reception, the crowd headed for an old rib shack to cut a rug. I’m dead serio when I tell you the ENTIRE crowd retreated to their cottages, changed into sequined mini-dresses, cowboy hats + sparkly boots for the girls, plus crisp summer shorts for the men, and re-appeared with a whole new lease on life. It was out of control, and an absolute blast to watch from the sidelines . . . trumped only by the finale brunch the next day.

Custom orange koozies through our stationer, Cheree Berry Paper

Close-up of les koozies, through our friends at Cheree Berry Paper

more customized colorized cuteness for late night gaming, c/o Cheree Berry

Die over the popcorn baggies, c/o Cheree as well

Custom neon sign for the Robinsons to hang in their man cave  . . . giggle.

shot of one of our fave bands, Chris Lane Band – don’t miss our ruffled orange burlap-and-ticking stage skirt!

Our moonshine bar . . . the new spin on bourbon bars.

Our new gray wicker line with monogrammed burlap pillows, papier maché lamps, and crisp white drum stools!

A pinterest idea come alive – mini late night donuts in wheatgrass-lined trays.

A Memphian can’t help but impinge upon her clients with tiny Elvis waffles!


spade’s saturday

Can.not.wait. Can you? Launching this Spring, Saturday is the new “lesser” line from Kate Spade. Will be fascinating to see if it gives J. Crew a run for its money, or who is direct competition. Love all the punchy brights, etc, and I keep wondering how they got that url? Pretty awesome.

indian weddings tidbits

Totes flattered to have an additional little spread in the latest issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine, wanted to share below! Charleston Area Wedding Planners Association gets together quarterly to educate, network, and gab amongst ourselves, and I was asked to speak on Indian weddings and all their inherent culture + color. It was a huge honor, as I was sharing ideas and knowledge with an already vastly bright gaggle of peeps . . . not to mention that all the folks who pulled off our designs made it a great looking luncheon to attend!

 Blossoms designed the stunning centerpieces, Onawa hand-blocked our table toppers, Anne Melvin baked a fabu cake, Snyder rented us all the great basics we needed, Harborside East kindly lent the venue, Dulles Designs produced beautiful invitations + menus + more, and of course that great-looking lamp + furniture are from us!