Attending the Garden & Gun Jubilee has been on my "Charleston Bucket List" for many reasons, and this year I finally went! A trip to Charles Towne Landing is always a good idea, and I especially love it because we got married right under those giant oak trees. Another huge plus of the Jubilee is that it's dog-friendly! I knew it would be great, but the inspiring decor, delicious food, and endless vendors of products and libations made this event exceed my expectations. I hope you enjoy this gallery of some of my favorite snippets of the day.
1. All the COLORS!
This bright and bold color palette has always been a Christmas favorite to me. It reminds me of the Gap at Christmas when I was in high school! Bring on pink and yellow Christmas trees!
2. Food & Drinks Galore
There was no shortage of goodness for the other kind of palate, from pecan milk hot chocolate to bourbon & southern soul food.
3. One Stop Christmas Shopping
This is an easy way to get some extra special items knocked off your list. We had a calligrapher whip up some ornaments right on site, and there were so many unique goods & artisans around every corner.
5. Decor for Days
You can't beat the details & decor inspiration that the minds behind Garden & Gun come up with. Swings and hay bales for seats & plaid/gingham everywhere make me wish this event happened more than just annually!
I can hardly wait for next year! Follow me on Instagram to see other fun things happening around Charleston!