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Three Months and a Place to Sit

Today marks our three month anniversary! Three months ago we were standing on the white, sandy shores of Inlet Beach, FL, saying "I do." And I must say, it REALLY has flown by. Before we know it, it'll be our 1 year anniversary! I was looking at our wedding photos again and decided to put together a collage of all of the little details that went into make the day "our's".


It was a wonderful day, I wish Jon was here to celebrate it with me. However, he's presenting at an air show in Illinois this weekend for work. Thankfully, I have plenty to keep me busy as I prepare the house for our first visitor! My mom is flying in next Thursday, and we can't wait to show her our new home. And lucky for her, we will all be able to eat at the same dining room table because we finally have enough chairs!

We already had two dark woven chairs for the ends of the table and needed to find some others to compliment them and make a whole set. I searched for weeks for the perfect chairs that would fit into our budget. And while my heart was set on Chinese Chippendale chairs, they were very hard to come by and especially at the price point I needed. So, I went to my second choice of slip covered parson chairs. I think the end result turned out great.


The white is a good contrast for all of the dark wood tones already in the room, and I love the tailored silhouette.



Now let's eat!

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