At the end of June, Corey McCants , author of Tastefully Southern (soon-to-be available at Barnes & Nobles), commissioned us to shoot fillers for the book in Savannah. Stay tuned for Savannah images after the publishing of the book 🙂 While we were there, we took advantage of the oppurtunity to grab a few shots […]0
At the end of June, Corey McCants , author of Tastefully Southern (soon-to-be available at Barnes & Nobles), commissioned us to shoot fillers for the book in Savannah. Stay tuned for Savannah images after the publishing of the book 🙂
While we were there, we took advantage of the oppurtunity to grab a few shots of each other along the way.
This dress is killer (and matched my hair. Yes, I match my clothing to my hair). I felt like a technicolor statement of the 90’s–I found myself wanting a squeez-it and a slap bracelet.
These were taken a street over from River Street, where we had the most FABULOUS pralines. [Check out the instagram here ] Ahhh–I’m like the cookie monster, except with pralines. Except I wouldn’t spray crumbs everywhere. That would be wasting pralines.
The photo to the right is Brock’s “smoulder:”
And the following is always my reaction to the “smoulder” 😉
Yes, as a matter of fact, my husband is quite handsome. Thanks for noticing.
Just across the street from here (a few doors down from Savannah Smiles), we found Books on Bay, a vintage bookstore that we spent most of the afternoon in–I found a BUNCH of original Nancy Drew books, so the 8-year-old me was TOTALLY geeking out over that 🙂 [Instagram HERE]
Our first night there, we hit up Savannah Smiles, a dueling piano bar. It was quite cool. [Instagram HERE]
Despite the waitress’ warning to slowly remove the red bull can, Brock still spilled his drink everywhere. GO honey!
We stayed with the gracious Liza in the marsh the first night and grabbed a shot before we headed back to downtown Savannah.
I have heard so much about Tybee Island, so we made sure to drive through and check everything out. My facorite, BY FAR, were the OLD fortress walls.
Brock used the lights from SCAD’s theatre next to Leopold’s ice cream (yes, we definitely did get ice cream immediately following this) to light this shot:
We got rained on the last day and evening we were there, so we ran by Target and got a massive umbrella and rainboots (for me, because “guys don’t wear rainboots”) so that we could continue to shoot all around historic Savannah. Love this that Brock got of me in the rain. If you look closely, you can see the light droplets of rain falling…
Oh, Savannah. I want to go back. Now.