Sunday, September 5, 2010

Celebrating 15 years and a cool souvenier

This summer my hubby and I celebrated our 15th anniversary in Charelston, SC. I have been wanting to visit here for years so this was a weekend of pure bliss!
This was the few from our room and laying out by the pool with no kids was SO relaxing! We didn't want to leave!

We ate out by the water our first night there. The weather was just perfect! This might have been my favorite meal spot ever.


We are new at this skill of taking pictures of ourselves...


We celebrated my birthday there too at a cool dessert cafe. I had Toll House chocolate chip pie with ice cream. It was so rich and good, I couldn't even eat any dinner!




This was another dreamy dinner spot that I saw. We didn't eat here though.



Sounds crazy, but I just love old graveyards. These graves dated back to the 1700s.


The gates outside the houses were beautiful. This was a house number on the gate inside this climbing vine. The plants there were amazing!


A true Southern porch complete with hydrangeas and spanish moss. Look at that grass too!


We shopped at the market and brought back these pictures. They are architectural photography that look like different letters. I framed them and put them above our robe hooks in the bathroom. I decided to use two different hooks. Now just need two fluffy white robes to hang here.


Here is the "B" in bricks.


And the "A" in a window frame. These were actually the hubby's idea....very impressive. He surprises me sometimes. We had a great time together and I am so blessed to still be in love with my best friend after 15 years.











3 comments:

Heather at Blessed Little Nest said...

that looks like a beautiful place to go. and i love how you did that with the letter pictures. very cute! i love the two different hooks, too.

Jen Kershner said...

I have always wanted to visit Charleston. Love your pictures. Congrats on your 15 year anniversary!

Eliza Thorne said...

I have lived in Charleston for years, and there is nothing like this place! There are so many hidden little secrets here! I randomly stumbled upon Homes for sale in Charleston, and was drawn into this amazing place and have never been able to leave!