I just got back from several days in Savannah, Georgia! We went for Summer and J's wedding and the whole trip was awesome!!
We rode with Chris and Maia, and we left Friday night. We drove through the night and got to Savannah late Saturday morning. Ben and I were going to spend one night at the Bed & Breakfast with Maia, then move our stuff over to the house Summer and J were staying at. They reserved a big house for the wedding festivities.
Since we couldn't check in until 3:00 p.m., we headed straight to the beach! Tybee Island is only about fifteen minutes away. It was super hot and sunny, and we swam in the ocean! Then we got lunch at a little seafood place. After that we showered up and explored the city.
On Sunday, everyone met up at The Forsyth House, where Summer and J were staying. We relaxed all day, until we headed to Molly MacPherson's for the wedding eve dinner! We followed dinner up with a round of Irish Car Bombs.
Monday was the day of the wedding. The destination was a secret! None of us knew what to expect. The day kicked off with a DELICIOUS lunch and cocktails at the house. Then we got on an open air trolley and headed to the secret destination! It ended up being at Wormsloe Historic Site on the Isle of Hope peninsula. It was GORGEOUS! The ceremony was so beautiful and emotional. It was really perfect. Once they were officially husband and wife, we hopped back on the bus for more celebrating! Champagne toasts! Then we embarked on a historic tour of the city. As the drinks flowed, it became quite the party bus!
We ended the tour with dinner at The Distillery. It was an awesome celebration! Everyone was so happy and excited for Summer and J!
Tuesday was our last day in Savannah. We went to Bonaventure Cemetary, which was gorgeous. Then we walked around by the river some more, had lunch, and headed home to chill. For dinner we ordered a SMORGASBORD or pizzas and fried chicken.Wednesday morning we hopped back in the car and headed home! Congratulations, Summer & J!
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