a seaside affair, part I::

Last weekend, we took a trip to Seaside, FL for two friends’ wedding. We and our friends rented 3 cottages right in the middle of “town,” if you can call it that because it’s so small. We had the most amazing time — gorgeous weather, pretty houses, great seafood (and food trailers), a beautiful wedding, and the best group of friends. I did come to the realization that I have a problem, though. I officially take an obscene amount of photos, especially when weddings and vacations are involved. I took 200 pictures last weekend, for crying out loud! There are far too many favorites to share, but here’s a glimpse at Travis + Anna’s wedding weekend!

Our pretty yellow cottage with bright blue doors and 4 balconies and porches.
With views of the ocean and only a 1-minute walk to everything in town.

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The Meltdown…. I had the exact same thing for lunch 2 days in a row, and I contemplated getting it on the 3rd day.
I love a good grilled cheese — and add bacon to that, and you have my heart!
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Beautiful, beautiful beach. Our playground for 3 days.

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Shameless plug…. the La Totale Bag from Stella & Dot is the perfect beach bag.
Water bottle holder, lots of pockets, wipeable lining, and waterproof on the outside.
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View from the top!
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Craig got his oysters at the Great Southern. 
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Hanging out with the bride at Bud and Alley’s.
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Why can’t we do this every weekend? I need to win the lottery.
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Because there were far too many photos from the actual wedding, stay tuned for part 2 this week!

2 thoughts on “a seaside affair, part I::

  1. I love reading your blogs Melissa! We were living vicariously through you looking at all the wonderful photos. You captured everything! I love taking pics myself but so enjoyed all of your wedding weekend getaway photos. I’m sure everyone will enjoy them as we’ll 🙂

    • Thank you, Mary Ellen! Everyone knows my love for capturing everything we do via photos, and this blog has been such a fun way to remember all of our adventures and share them with our friends and family who don’t live nearby.

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