Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Nashville, TN {Lifestyle}

Recently my husband and I took a trip to Nashville, Tennessee for our cousins wedding. We had so much fun exploring the city and all of the local places. Our cousin gave us a list of her favorite places and we were able to hit up each one! It was a perfect weekend away, and with Nashville being only about 15 hours from the twin cities, I encourage you Minnesotans to get down there and visit a Honky Tonk! P and I cannot wait to visit again next summer. Happy Tuesday y'all! 

{We enjoyed delicious breakfast and lunch spots: lunch and a glass of rose at Frothy Monkey (if you head here, make sure you shop on 12th street and hit up imogene + willie - amazing custom made jeans); Red Bicycle for crepes and iced coffee; Barista Parlor for an egg sandwich and coffee (they have a stage outdoors for live music, a must see if you are heading to Nashville)}

{Every last weekend of the month, Nashville throws a huge Flea Market at their state fair grounds. We spent the morning exploring different vendors selling vintage and antique treasures, refurbished pieces, and one-of-a-kind masterpieces. We wanted to bring home almost everything that we saw, but we had very limited space. We ended up purchasing a frame built from 1920s barn wood, fresh peaches from the Peach Truck, and a vintage sun tea container (similar here). We cannot wait to get back here to find more treasures}

{Downtown Nashville on Broadway was an absolute ball. We enjoyed our time listening to live music both on the streets and at some Honky Tonks, seeing Ryman Auditorium, and having lunch at Pinewood Social}

{One morning it rained so we headed to the Country Music Hall of Fame and spent time exploring Hatch Show Print, a historic and famous letterpress shop that has been in operation since 1879. The prints were mainly created for music concerts and are still being created today. We ended up purchasing a print for our home and I cannot wait to display it} 

{Our cousins wedding was absolutely beautiful, reminding me of something out of Southern Living. It was a beautiful mix of southern chic with a rustic flair, while being perfectly timeless...so Jessie and Logan. At a plantation estate under the stars, lightning bugs, and live music, our dear cousins said "I do" surrounded by their friends and family. It was a night to remember and we were so thankful we were able to celebrate with them}

With Love,

Photos by Angela & Preston Anderson

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