Holidays

Southern Table: Creatures of the Night
By October 1, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Southern Table: Creatures of the Night

Old World elegance meets Halloween creepy with this decadent feast of a tablescape.  Professional stylist Linda Bart show you how to recreate this lavish design for your next Halloween party. PHOTOGRAPHS BY: LINDA BURT WRITTEN BY: STAFF WRITER Like all good design, layering is essential to creating beautiful tablescapes.  Linda begins with a crisp white […]

Southern Table: Casting Spells
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Southern Table: Casting Spells

It’s no ordinary Halloween party when you transform your home into a witches lair, complete with your very own Book of Spells.  Immerse your guests into a creepy world of your own creation. PHOTOGRAPHS BY: TIFFANY CRABTREE WRITTEN BY: STAFF WRITER The cornerstone of this magical tablescape is an ancient spellbook that would be perfectly […]

Autumn Desert Inspiration
By September 15, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Autumn Desert Inspiration

It may not feel like Fall in every part of the country, but for many of us, a chill has begun to creep into the night air, and the leaves are beginning to paint a vibrant tapestry of Autumn glory. As we break out the chili recipes and begin to think about the fall holidays, […]

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Entertaining: All American Picnic
By June 20, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Entertaining: All American Picnic

Julie, owner of Crowning Details, shows us how a little inspiration and a few minutes of online shopping can turn a simple picnic into a stunningly memorable 4th of July celebration.  PHOTOGRAPHS BY: JULIE @ CROWNING DETAILS WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE After years of throwing over the top parties for her children, friends, […]

Purely American, Rustically Simple, Completely Southern
By June 18, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Purely American, Rustically Simple, Completely Southern

Angie Forte, owner of Spain Hill Farm, shares with us her beautiful country chic, patriotically American, and rustically simple outdoor garden party.  PHOTOGRAPHS BY: ANGIE FORTE @ SPAIN HILL FARM WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE You may know Angie from The Altered Past, her blog which started in 2009. They have just launched a new […]

Nashville: America’s Largest Fireworks Show
By June 9, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Nashville: America’s Largest Fireworks Show

Forget the Big Apple and even the nation’s Capital, this year the biggest Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza in the country will take place in the heart of the South. Written by: Southern Guide to Life Photographs via: Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. Nashville, TN – Forget the Big Apple and even the nation’s Capital, this […]

DIY: Rustic Fence American Flag
By June 7, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

DIY: Rustic Fence American Flag

Mindi, owner of My Love 2 Create, shows us how to create this stunning rustic wood American Flag. Who would believe this began as an old wooden fence panel?  PHOTOGRAPHS BY: MINDI@ MY LOVE 2 CREATE WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE Laura’s website, My Love 2 Create is filled to the brim with incredible […]

Our Finds: Patriotic
By June 7, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Our Finds: Patriotic

From the perfect vintage inspired party invitations and unique birch wood card to handmade red, white, and blue quilts, we have discovered some fabulous finds that will be perfect for your all All American holiday at home.   Patriotic Patchwork Quilt  From: Kim’s Quilting Studio @ Etsy Price: $699.99 This patriotic patchwork quilt featuring American Eagles […]

Learn How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs
By March 2, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Learn How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs

Margie, owner of Joyful Homemaking, shows us how to make these unique and creative crackled Easter eggs. What a perfect addition to any Easter table! PHOTOGRAPHS BY: MARGIE @ JOYFUL HOMEMAKING WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE Egg dyeing is a fun and family-friendly Easter tradition in homes across the country. However, you have likely never […]

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Creating Vintage Autumn Charm
By October 22, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Creating Vintage Autumn Charm

In her new column, Erin Houghton, shows us how to add vintage charm to our autumn garden. With just a little time, using inexpensive and even repurposed items, we can turn our sometimes dreary gardens and outdoor spaces into vibrant and stunning displays that sing the glories of Autumn. ARTICLE and PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Erin Houghton   […]

Easter How-To: Empty Tomb Garden
By April 14, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Easter How-To: Empty Tomb Garden

Christina, owner of The Frugal Homemaker, shows us how to create a garden project that reminds us all the real meaning of Easter.  This empty tomb garden would make a perfect centerpiece for Holy Week events.  PHOTOGRAPHS BY: The Frugal Homemaker WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Christina, owner of The Frugal Homemaker, describes her taste […]

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How To: Moss Covered Cross
By March 13, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

How To: Moss Covered Cross

Nici Higby, owner of Posed Perfect, shows us how to celebrate the true meaning of Easter with a stunning project that you will want to leave up all year round PHOTOGRAPHS BY: Posed Perfect WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Nici Higby, owner of Posed Perfect, is a wife and homeschooling Mom of two, whose website […]

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