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We hosted a bridal shower for the April 2023 bride, Hadleigh. Celebrating her is always a good time and she was radiating happiness as friends gathered together to shower her and her fiancé, Terry.

We went with a blue and white party scheme. The balloon arch was the focal point with the couple's engagement photos hung around. There were beautiful flower arrangements throughout.

The food was plentiful and all so delicious, including lox baguettes with all the toppings, prosciutto wrapped pears and brie topped with balsamic glaze, chicken salad croissants, tortellini pasta salad, sausage cream cheese rolls, Chickfila nuggets, and a fruit tray. Dessert was an assortment of macarons and palmier cookies. We also had a mimosa bar with different juices and garnishes and a pitcher of Arnold Palmer.

We played the game where the groom answers a list of questions about the bride and she tells the answers to see how they line up. Always so much fun for the group to listen to both of their sides. We then played her "this or that" favorites game which is also always a conversation piece amongst friends.


It was such a fun day celebrating our girl and we can't wait to keep the party going with them both, cheers!














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Our bachelorette, Stacie, set off to South Florida with 14 friends for a weekend full of sun and frozen cocktails. The bridesmaids decided on a Miami Vice theme and decked out the backyard in bold colors and funky accents including flamingos, disco balls, holographic visors, feathers, and other fun accessories. I created several different designs that went with the theme for fun decor accents. The girls were blending up strawberry daiquiris and piña coladas to mix up the obvious drink of the weekend - the Miami Vice.



















Trip recap video is over on TikTok




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Bride-to-be, Morgan, got together 11 friends to set off to Austin, TX for her bachelorette weekend.




Staying true to Texas, the theme of course was cowgirl glam. The bridesmaids supplied a full array of balloons, confetti, bandanas, and goodie bags for everyone.




I had so much fun creating this bachelorette suite. Between the different shades of pink, all of the cowgirl hat prints, playing on Morgan's old and new last names, and her with a lasso in hand, it may be my favorite design suite yet.




Shoutout to Deep Eddy Vodka for hooking us up with enough lemon drops to last a lifetime. THE BEST.




We lucked out on the perfect AirBnb, quite literally called Bachelor(ette) Paradise, walking distance to all of Rainey Street's restaurants and bars. It comfortably sleeps 16, but fits up to 22, so if you're heading to Austin with a group, check them out!



We spent Thursday decorating the house, stocking the fridge, and a lunch at Anthem. Into the night we had dinner at Taquero Mucho (such a fun environment), followed by a little bar hopping.






We did brunch at Irene's on Friday afternoon and spent the rest of the day galavanting through Rainey St. That night we got dressed in all shades of pink for dinner at Red Ash (family style Italian - highly recommend). After, we hit Pete's Dueling Piano Bar before spending the rest of the night at Mayfair.







Saturday we rented a boat to celebrate the 4th of July along with everyone else in Austin. There were tons of boats out and we swam around the bay living our best lives.






It was a fabulous weekend from start to finish and we definitely sent Miss McGlynn out with a bang. Here's to the new Mrs. Scott, cheers!




See the video recap of the weekend on Tiktok.

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