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mr. and mrs.

by Grace Bonney

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good morning! i’m back in brooklyn today, writing as a married woman! our wedding went off without a hitch last weekend and we spent the last two days cruising around charleston enjoying beautiful weather, the smell of marsh (which i love), and incredible southern food. i ate more biscuits, okra, and shrimp than i can even remember so i’d say it was a successful trip. i just wanted to say a big thank you for all of the kind emails, notes, tweets and comments we received over the past week or so. i’m just now diving into them all and i can’t tell you how much we both appreciate your kind thoughts. thank you. (also, thank you to everyone who came out to our SCAD panel last week!)

our wedding is going to be featured in an upcoming issue of martha stewart weddings so unfortunately i won’t be able to share photos right away, but after seeing the photos they took the morning of the wedding i know they’ll be worth the wait (for me at least).

i’m still catching up on emails and work this morning but i’ll be back in a sec with diy projects and a beautiful sneak peek! also, katie runnels has another great home tour on the d*s guest blog this morning- click here to check it out!

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