2016 in review

We are off to Florida this morning to ring in the New Year, go to the Patriots vs. Dolphins game, and celebrate some birthdays! I always like to reflect on this last day of the year with a year in review post. 2016 was pretty fantastic... the craziness joy of planning our wedding, all the celebrations leading up to it, and of course our wedding itself... it's going to be hard to top! Here was my 2016:

January kicked off with sharing our vacation in Cancun.

In February, I got invited to the new Ocean Prime in Boston and shared my beauty loves of the month.

In March, I shared my experience at Dining by Design in NYC and guest-posted at my friend's new blog, Nomadic Fork. I also posted my second wedding update.

April brought a fun wedding in Miami, an interview with Brunches of Boston's founder (and my friend), and I posted about the best soup dumplings in Boston!

In May, I turned 31(!), shared my essential apps for wedding planning, and went to Austin, TX for my bachelorette!

In June I was inspired by pompoms and had a delicious meal at Eventide in Portland, ME (and yay, they are opening in Boston next year!).

July kicked off with sharing some nutrition tips for brides-to-be then my bridal shower, what I wore, and I had so much to share on my bubbly themed bridal shower that it went into August! In August, I also shared a third wedding update, as we were at the 1 month countdown.

September, I started a new job, we got married(!!!!) and headed off to our honeymoon in Hawaii(!!!!), that I started posting on in October (and have so much more to post). What an amazing fall it was.

In November I shared more beauty loves, Friendsgiving decorations, and a night at Boston magazine's Taste.

Finally, in December I posted on a delicious brunch at Mamaleh's, Christmas dinner table decorations, and Christmas morning loungewear.

Happy New Year!

Photo is my #2016topnine.


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