When I was engaged, I spent hours on the Wedding Paper Divas site browsing their beautiful stationery. So I was thrilled when I got the chance to blog on behalf of the site! I wrote about branded weddings for Amorology.
And how to conquer bad weather on your wedding day for Smitten magazine.
This article for Green Bride Guide looks at why succulents are such a smart and sustainable option for wedding decor.
I also did a bit of writing for the Wedding Paper Divas website, including this guide to invitation etiquette.
During my time working as editor of Panorama and Playbill magazines in Boston, I got the chance to interview some amazing people. Officer Dic Donohue was bouncing back strong after being injured in a shootout following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Tracy Morgan was slightly grumpy — but still funny.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was eloquent and approachable.
Chef Paul Wahlberg was content to let his brothers have the spotlight.
Red Sox backup catcher David Ross had recently signed a $6.2 million deal for the season.
Brothers JP and Paul Norden — both of whom lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings — had just released a book to share their story.
I interviewed ice skaters Jimmy Morgan and Alex Shaughnessy for Panorama just a few weeks before they competed at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships. They didn’t make the cut for Sochi this year, but don’t be surprised if you see them at the Olympics one day. Read the story here.
Confession: Part of me wants to be a wedding planner. I just love all of the details that go into planning one of the most important days of a couple’s lives. But instead of doing that, I’ll settle for writing about inspiring real-life weddings. Here are two pieces I wrote for Charleston Weddings about Sara and Gregg Pavone and Jessica and Jeffrey Zucker.
You’ve heard of food trucks, but what about a flower truck? I interviewed the entrepreneur behind Roadside Blooms for Charleston magazine. Read the story here.
Being a stay-at-home mom is a tough enough job in itself, but these Lowcountry women don’t stop there. They’ve each started successful companies that allow them to bring home the bacon from the comfort of their homes. Read their inspiring stories in the Post & Courier.
I chatted with three experienced Charleston hostesses — and moms — for advice on throwing successful summer soirees. Read their advice right here at Lowcountry Parent Magazine.