Thursday, April 29, 2010

My Wedding Hair

For my big day I wore my hair swept to one side. I felt it complimented my dress and how I felt overall on that day.

For the ceremony I borrowed my friends Sara Ruth's lace trimmed veil.

For the reception I switched to a shorter veil with a fun feather piece.

If you're at a crossroads for your wedding hair style ask yourself 3 questions:
1) Does it go with your dress and overall feeling of your wedding?

2) Does it make you feel beautiful?

3) Does it contain more bobby pins than your new husband is willing to remove?

Hair done by Stella Nova

Photos Kelli Nixon Photography and Jason Miller Photography

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Poloroid Love

What do you do on Wednesday nights?
The Ishee Family
La.. La.. Legs!

It's Showtime!

Attention Charleston Residents:
Grab those blankets and snacks because tomorrow,
Thursday April 29th,
is the last Movie in Marion Square of this Season.

Playing is the oh so Funny
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Our first official date was watching Beetlejuice
at Marion Square the week before Halloween.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

I Do Declare

Is anything more Southern than
Seersucker and Pearls?
Photo from my friend SaraRuth's Wedding June 20, 2009
Yes thats me on the far right... I'm part GIANT

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Stay Classy... Planet Earth

Download these Recycling Bin Labels at PoppyTalk

The Irish King's Caramel Corn

I believe Sundays should hold Special Treats.
So today I made my Dad's famous Caramel Corn.

This week in my vegetable bag was an ear of popping corn
which I was so very excited to use.

Here is the recipe:
15 Cups Popped corn
1Cup Brown sugar
1/2 Cup Butter
1/4 Cup Light Karo Syrup
1/2 Teaspoon Salt
1/2 Teaspoon Baking Soda

1) Dump the popped corn into a brown paper bag
2) Heat sugar, butter, corn syrup and salt; stirring occasionally until bubbly around edges.
Continue cooking over medium heat for 5 minutes.
3) Remove from heat; stir in baking soda until foamy.
4) Dump over popped corn. Fold up bag tightly.
5) Place bag in microwave for 1 minute
6) Shake it like you mean it.
7) Enjoy!!!

Bobble Wobble

Why not have a Bobble Head Cake Topper?
I found this at Snippet & Ink
Get your own Custom Bobble Head Here

I bet they'll have beautiful babies :)

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Home Team BBQ

I love me some BBQ!
Here are some pics from my bday lunch at
Home Team BBQ
on Sullivans Island

My Dad with a plate of BBQ love

Wednesday, April 21, 2010



I shall call him Wilbur

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Banners & Confetti -- OH MY!

Just add syrup

I HEART Breakfast!

What a great idea for a Bridal/Baby Shower

Check out Hallie's recent brunch pictures from her A Dash of Sass blog.... MMmmmmm.

All photos from Design Sponge

Monday, April 19, 2010

Blue Angels in Charleston

( Photos Via the Fab Joan Perry)
This past weekend the Blue Angels performed an Air Show over Charleston Harbor.
I was at work but I was able to sneak up to the roof of the hotel for the best view of the city and Harbor I've ever seen.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Loves to drink out of hoses

I think I need to become a
stay at home mom for my Scout.

In need of everyday errand shoes

Tom's Shoes-- I've wanted a pair for sooo long now. I just need to pull the trigger already.
Keds- American Classic and they have so many colors now.
Sperry Top Siders Classic Boat shoes. Practical here in Charleston.
Decisions. Decisions.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

April 13th 1984--- You're Welcome World

Happy Birthday to Me!
I still have that wild hair

Saturday, April 10, 2010


Sorry I've been missing in action. Just had a busy and full week.


I promise I will catch you up shortly :)

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Hippity Hoppity


Hope Everyone has a Hoppy Easter..
Bring on the Ham and Peeps!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

April Fools

In the spirit of the day I was going to post a picture of a positive pregnancy test for my Facebook status... I decided not too because I know my family would freak out and blow up my phone. Instead I thought I'd do a little history lesson.
Vintage French April Fools Postcard
Did you know in England, jokes are played only in the morning. Fools are called 'gobs' or 'gobby' and the victim of a joke is called a 'noodle.' It was considered bad luck to play a practical joke on someone after noon.

For more info about April Fools Day go here.

Simply the Best!

Currently sipping my favorite Sweet Tea...

Matt buys it Gallons at a time... Also I love the Spud Max from McAlisters.

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