Unbelievable joy. Anh + Tommy’s wedding was full of those big belly laughs that let you know you’re with the perfect person. Congratulations, to Mr. and Mrs. Lin!!
2 272 hours ago
My favorite fall activities:
☕️ Wrap up in a blanket with a cup of coffee
🍂 Take a walk outside 🍎 Apple picking (didn't make it to Carter's this year and I am so sad)
👩💻 Get ready for off-season and starting project planning
📸 NOT sweating at weddings. Wahoo for cooler weather!!!!!!!!
3 682 hours ago
“Sometimes, reaching out and taking someone's hand is the beginning of a journey.
Sometimes I wish life would just be simple, care-free and wrapped up neatly with a bow. But alas, it doesn’t work that way and we shouldn’t want it to. In my experience, the best things in life come unexpectedly even when it seems impossible at the moment. When I first started my business, I made tons of mistakes but through all the twists and turns, it brought me to where I am today and I wouldn’t trade my journey for the world! Keep going, friend! Feel free to take this opportunity to inspire one another in the comments.
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Omg! I’m so excited that our Stay Gold editorial (inspired from my one of my favorite poems by Robert Frost Nothing Gold Can Stay) is featured today on @ruffledblog.
I discovered this poem as a 6th grader while I was reading The Outsiders. The notion that the things we love and want to hold onto can sometimes seem so fleeting—yet the memories of them so lasting.
Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
~ Robert Frost
It is definitely a rain boots and clear umbrella kind of day here in the Southeast thanks to Tropical Storm Nestor. The rain will definitely present challenges for the couples and vendors, but at the end of the day, it can’t stop two people in love from saying “I do!” Besides, I’d rather have a cool story to tell, for example, “I got married in the middle of a tropical storm,” as opposed to, “I got married the day the Dawgs lost to the Gamecocks.” Too soon? Sorrrryyyyy 😂🤗💕