The Grand Tetons blew our ever lovin minds! So much so I didn’t want to leave and go to Yellowstone. I’m serious… DIDNT WANT TO LEAVE! But we did and Yellowstone was dope. But that’s for another post. Eh hmmm anyway I introduce to you the truly beautiful Grand Tetons:
*It’s been one of my dreams for years to be published in an issue of Mingle. That dream was realized on January 1st, 2018… I couldn’t be happier with the event they chose to publish. Bohemian picnics are effortless to pull off and it just so happened to be for two of my favorite people in all of the world.
Im so thankful for the continued support and opportunities Stampington & Company has provided me and many other talented artists. Thank you a million times over! Go grab your copy of Mingle to read/see more about the event and get comfy! XOXO
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Isn’t my sister incredible at capturing us? Would you believe me if I told you she took these and many more in about 10minutes?
I know… I know… But I am telling the truth! She is just that good! We walked outside of our hotel right before eating our Thanksgiving meal to this little cluster of trees and thats all it took.
Photos By: @Brightspotphoto
I came home to a gorgeous bouquet of flowers, chocolates, coffee and macaroons topped off with a love letter. He then took me to BB’S restaurant where we ate scallops, quail, drank wine and ate a cappuccino mousse cake. Then he said: “Pack your bag I booked an Air BnB.” Swoon!!!! This year my love went above and beyond for my birthday. He has known this year has been a rough one, I wasn’t particularly looking forward to this birthday for a number of reason.
We ate at The Wyld Dock Bar for dinner with plans of going out for drinks afterward. However the food and location were just so dreamy that we stayed for hours. We watched a storm roll in and then out. We watched the sun set and food disappear. Drink rounds come and go. It was just too good to leave. (If your ever in Savannah The Wyld Dock Bar is a must stop for a unique dinner experience, try the Okra for sure and the Pain Killer tropical slushy!)
Don’t sleep in, instead go to The Collins Quarter for breakfast/brunch… Trust me this place is worth sacrificing the sleep. Try the “Tag the Hash” its a unique dish that balances fresh and fried perfectly! Sip on a lavender mocha while your at it, or at the very least stop by and pick one up from their to go window and walk around the historic district.
Because you went to The Collins Quarter and you have already walked around the historic district for a few hours with your love stop into The Paris Market and purchase a unique trinket, drink a french press and munch on a croissant.
*Stop by Th Spice & Tea Exchange pick up something for the cook in your life.
For lunch eat the best noodles in Savannah at The Flying Monk. I tried a real hot number from Japan called the Suki Yaki, filled with shrimp, squid, shitaki mushrooms and bok choy. Soooooo Good!