Sister Trip: Asheville

After eating our way through Charleston, Morgan and I headed to Asheville.

Straight away, we settled into our cozy quarters at Hotel Indigo.

The duvets! The stump night stand!

We lounged around for a bit and literally ran out the door after seeing an ad for Pies in Disguise at the local market. (Which later inspired Morgan to disguise her own pies.)

Photo from Pies in Disguise

Turns out the Pies in Disguise booth wasn’t there that week, BUT we did meet blogging idol Ashley of Small Measure.

Ashley of Small Measure

So fun to meet her after following her blog for years! We chatted about pickling and cheese making and referenced Grace from Design Sponge like an old friend. Sigh.

We couldn’t get enough of Asheville’s fresh, local food. Especially when paired with cute pint glasses, decadent chocolates, or fun music like The Yellow Kites.

Cutest Pint Glass Ever from Tupelo Honey Cafe

Market Peaches

Recapping the day at French Broad Chocolates

All in all, an amazing trip.


Sister Trip: Charleston

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Way back in August, Morgan and I took a Sister Trip to the South. Our first stop was Charleston, South Carolina.

I fell in love with the palmetto-lined streets, rich history, and general grandeur. Luckily, we had the Design*Sponge Charleston Guide to help us narrow our choices.

Waterfront Park

What would YOU do if you found a random door on the beach? The answer was obvious to us: Photoshoot!

Fort Moultrie Beach

Fort Moultrie Beach

Four months later, I’m still thinking about all the delicious food we enjoyed:

fried green tomatoes with bacon jam from Husk

10 layer coconut cake from Peninsula Grill

peach bellinis at FIG

coffee and treats at Baked

Fried Green Tomatoes with Bacon Jam

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church

Next Stop: Asheville, North Carolina!