As much as I love when the seasons change, I cannot believe that summer is officially coming to a close this weekend. With labor day right around the corner, we have to officially say goodbye to summer, her white clothes and her white wines. In an effort to preserve a couple of my favorite memories
Every so often my family gets together and we grill out on the back porch. Since we’re constantly running in ten different directions it’s nice to have an excuse to sit down and enjoy a meal together. I miss those days where dinner was at 6:30 pm and we all sat down for a meal together.
Thank you, Gloria Ferrer, for sponsoring this post. Elevate your everyday entertaining this Spring and Summer with Gloria Ferrer wines! The summertime heat is quickly approaching- but that’s not a bad thing. It just means that rooftop summer soirees are about to kick off and we can have good excuses for eating cheese and fruit
Sweet summertime: the days are longer, the afternoons more carefree, the sunshine more radiant and gives way to the perfect summer glow. Every year I try to steal away for an afternoon picnic- whether it’s a crowded Saturday afternoon in Piedmont, or retreating to a secluded riverside nook, picnicking enables me to do my favorite
Whenever I have a little expendable income, I like to bring something fresh home to liven up my surroundings. Since I have the least green thumb in all of the SouthEast, my “somthing live” comes in the form of local flowers from my favorite farmers market or a last minute splurge while checking out at
Happy Derby Day! The races have kicked off and we’re all anxiously awaiting 6:34pm when the horses will be off on the run for the roses! Until then, take a peak at some last minute inspiration for your own back yard Derby party below, an inside tablescape and the perfect mint julep recipe. Dress ||
Butter my biscuits, it’s that time of year again! The Kentucky Derby sneaks up on me so fast each year with it’s close proximity to Easter and Cinco de Mayo (bonus points when Cinco de Mayo is on the Derby and you have a Cinco de Derby party) and I always feel like I’m scrambling
My favorite thing about living in the South is the traditions I’ve been picking up over the years: like how to write a proper thank you note, packing more by packing less, investing in timeless pieces of clothing, hosting the perfect party, and creating signature treats, dishes and cocktails. (You can find all of these