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23 Jan

Calder Clark Designs is where it’s at. Calder is the most talented/fun/hip person I know. She creates be-a-utiful events in Charleston and anywhere you want her to go with impeccable taste and stellar design. Click on over and you can see the goodie-bags I created for the children’s table at a July wedding last year at the William Aiken House. And in true Calder fashion, it was also featured in the most recent issue of Southern Living Weddings magazine.

| heather forsythe photography via calder clark designs blog |


I’d Gladly Go Back.

21 Nov

Happy Monday! Here are a few pictures from Music to Your Mouth this past Saturday at Palmetto Bluff. It’s beautiful- with it’s quaint setting, understated elegance, and stunning views. Honestly, the weather couldn’t have been more perfect and the food/wine more delicious.

Under the big tent, Gail Simmons hosted the event while chefs and wine enthusiasts filled the bellies and tamed the tongues of food-lovers.

FIG is a restaurant in Charleston I’ve been dying to go to since I moved here over 2 years ago. Chef Mike Lata’s butter bean pasta fiesole was undeniably incredible. Many other chefs throughout the southeast plated their culinary fares as well.

Banana pudding. Two words that ring so sweet to the ears of many Southerners. But this banana pudding boasts far above all the rest. No Jell-O vanilla pudding was whipped up for this sweet concoction, instead lots of heavy cream and love.

This bike (and many others along with golf carts – the main mode of transportation) resided outside the general store. Lots of folks live at Palmetto Bluff and others (insert me) simply dream of staying for the weekend.

music to your mouth.

18 Nov

it’s friday! hope you have fun plans for the weekend. i’m headed here:

and am oh. so. excited.

palmetto bluff is the site for coastal living’s annual music to your mouth festival. saturday will host the culinary festival. in their words, “the culinary festival is a gathering of culinarians, winemakers, growers, and artisans, brought together to accentuate the abundance of ingredients from our surrounding waters, woods and local farms.  they showcase their finest nibbles and nectars and take our guests on a sensory experience that can only be called music to your mouth.”

what better way to spend a beautiful, lowcountry weekend?

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