* you can see everday fall inspo via our " Fall Highlight" here. We have a few highlights labeled fall from years past too. Enjoy!
Happy September B2B fam! I hope you are having the absolute best time and by that I mean gearing up for the holiday season. As life goes on it really feels like the years get shorter and shorter, but one thing is for sure when the holidays are present, it gives us the chance to slow down! So per usual we love gather up a few of our top viewed Fall posts for you all to have on the ready and be prepared before the rush!
Below is a list of our TOP FALL BLOG POSTS based on your views, responses and requests. Decor, recipe's and a little DIY action all in between. We've got you covered! If you'd like to view all of our fall posts, please CLICK HERE.
Our TOP FALL B2B FAVORITES BELOW:
A BEWITCHED FALL EVENING: Ring in the Fall Harvest Moon this October 1st with your closest gals. A night of fun, healing and good eats. We show you how we themed our take home whimsical bags, that cast a spell of good fortune, peace and harmony. To view CLICK HERE.
KEY TIP FOR DECORATING FALL/HALLOWEEN: We break it down with three blog posts: Our Fall/Halloween Home transformation guide CLICK HERE a simpler list on how to give your home all the fall feels, Fall & The Fall Senses CLICK HERE , and Farmhouse Fall Corner CLICK HERE .
FALL RECIPES: 'Tis the season where flavors capture a feeling with the likes of vanilla, clove, cinnamon and more. The sweet featured above is our Butter Bourbon Poundcake, Sylvia's famous Pumpkin Bars and our mother's infamous southern Thanksgiving Turkey recipe. Can we just tell you, how much we love seeing how YOU ALL have taken the time to recreate these recipes for your holiday dinners and holiday festivities. We look forward to adding more recipes this season, to view all CLICK HERE .
FRIENDSGIVING |THANKSGIVING: For the last few year's, my hubs and I, have put together a Friendsgiving, in hopes of creating a night of fun and reflection, with our closest friends, while in the midst of this crazy time of year. In these blogposts you will find easy tips and tricks for executing the menu and decorating, using affordable decor from Trader Joe's . Check out 2018 here, 2017 here & 2016 here.
FRIGHTFEMMES: Is a spooky glam collaboration with Laura Jade Prado and The Vintage Raven that started six years ago. If you're in the mood to paint your face the entire month of October and then some, here you go! You can see the last round up of looks HERE or visit the hashtag #FRIGHTFEMMES . We also include a few easy DIY costume hacks you can try!
LOCAL FALL SEASON EVENTS:
TINEZ FARMS: [NEW] This is a new Harvest themed event down south! Food, Pop-Up Shops, Photo-Ops, Hay Bale Castle & Maze.
September 10th -November 7th
THE HAUNTED CIRCUS CARNIVAL: [NEW] Finally something twisted to enjoy In Miami, that still screams family fun! This event opens in two weeks and will carry on till Halloween. From what I understand you get a show , a mystery experience to solve, fun fall themed foods, tarot readings, pumpkin carving, petting zoo and what I assume will be some scare zones. This is something that doesn't happen in Miami, so what I want to say to my fellow Miami patrons is enjoy this rarity as these types of carnivals exists in many northern towns in the US. Bring you inner child and don't Miamify it with your ticky ticky energy.
(lol only some people will get what I mean).
September16 - October 31
THE BERRY FARMS: Returning for a second year, The Berry Farms has made some serious upgrades to their grounds. More play areas, extended menus and fun local vendors to discover! They have events for Fall Harvest, Halloween and Christmas, so keep that in mind when you want a southern comfort experience during the holiday season! Dates have not been officially dropped, but currently their Sunflowers are bloomed and ready for anyone to get their early fall fix. Stay in the know with their instagram profile.
Miami-Dade County Youth Fair: If you are a Miami native, then I'm sure you are confused as I was when learning that the fair would be coming in the Fall versus the spring this year. I'm honestly not upset at this in the least, as we will have an opportunity to enjoy cooler temperatures and possibly a boost knowing it's during the holidays. We personally just go there for the food and let the kids ride the rides.
November 18 - December 5th.
As we finish the first week of September, we wish you a bountiful fall season of warmth, peace and magic!
Syl & Caro
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