Studio Tour
Get a Look Inside This Creative Studio & the Couple Behind It
The Venue Report
by The Venue Report

How do you find your dream job? Easy. Look back at your childhood pastimes, hobbies and obsessions as a window into your passion. Amanda Jewel did just that. Obsessed with nature and flora from a young age, Amanda is a self-taught, organic inspired floral designer and studio owner located in Tucker, Georgia. Co-operated with her husband, Michael, AJF+D studio opened in July of 2016 as so much more than a floral shop – open for workshops and events, they are a hub for creativity in Tucker. We caught up with Amanda about her inspirations, hometown and the process of opening her studio.

Take a little tour throughout their little space that they call home captured by the amazing Paige Molina and Melissa Schollaert Photography.


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Birthday Bucket List
Your Next Birthday Includes Skiing & Yoga at This Pod Hotel in Georgia
Nicole Bradley
by Nicole Bradley

The best way to wake up on your birthday? Definitely to views of some of the most beautiful mountains on earth. Check Georgia (the country) off your #birthdaybucketlist this year and stay at the Quadrum Ski & Yoga Resort. The hotel offers both single rooms for solitary travelers and deluxe family suites for traveling groups.

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Brunch Bucketlist
Enjoy A Lovely Parisian Brunch—in Atlanta
Jené Shaw
by Jené Shaw

If your friends blindfolded you and plopped you into a seat of this quaint café, you would assume you landed somewhere in Paris when you opened your eyes. But au contraire, mon amie, you’re actually brunching in the middle of Atlanta, where the lovely little Bread and Butterfly café resides.

Opened in 2016, this café-bistro in Inman Park is #bucketlist worthy for its transformative ambience that exemplifies the best of Parisian culture. This is brunch French-style, meaning the menu is simple and the flavors are rich. (Here, it’s Petite Déjeuner, meaning “little lunch.”) You won’t find the typical Southern fare of biscuits and gravy with five pounds of bacon, which is part of what makes Bread and Butterfly stand out.


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Historic Building
This Estate Made One of Our Favorite Photographers Want to Re-Marry
Alyssa Brown
by Alyssa Brown

Stepping foot on the grounds of Swan House is like stepping into a time capsule of late 1920s aristocratic life.  Built as a family home in the late 20s, this grandiose estate has some of the most loved gardens in Atlanta.  Go for the gardens, check out the interiors and sneak a peek at the family’s original furniture and art collection.


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Dream Venue
An Elopement At A Magical Treehouse In The Forest
Jake Kilroy
by Jake Kilroy

Nestled in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, a treehouse offers up the beautiful swirl of southern comfort and universal imagination. Now, to tourists, that likely makes sense, to pop up such a down-home stay out in the wild woods of Georgia. But to locals, that may stir some eyebrows. Because even though guests are surrounded—practically swallowed whole—by exuberant woodland, what makes it more urban escape than rural playhouse is that Buckhead is best known for being a major commercial and financial district of high-rise offices, hotels, and condos. But as this secluded getaway proves, that doesn’t mean you can’t tuck in a tranquil treehouse out in the rolling hills.


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