Delegate the Thanksgiving Table – NFocus Cover Girl!

Thank you to Pomegranate Inc. and Well-Kept for sponsoring this post. Wow y’all…when I started planning my Thanksgiving table in August, I never imagined it would end up on the cover of NFocus! Thank you so much for all of your kind messages; it’s because of the Mrs. Southern Social community that I have someContinue reading “Delegate the Thanksgiving Table – NFocus Cover Girl!”

Delegate the Holidays – “Disposable” Halloween Party Table

The Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on all holiday plans this year, so we continue to pivot and make the most of what’s allowed. To my kids’ great disappointment, we made the executive decision not to trick-or-treat. However, I promised them a fun evening in their costumes, so we’re planning to host a small gatheringContinue reading “Delegate the Holidays – “Disposable” Halloween Party Table”

Delegate the Holidays – The 4th of July 2020

While a big BBQ isn’t possible this year, we can still celebrate Independence Day in style. With a pre-set color palette and naturally casual vibe, the 4th of July is the perfect opportunity for easy, intimate entertaining. As always, there’s no need to build a party from scratch. For this gathering, I relied heavily onContinue reading “Delegate the Holidays – The 4th of July 2020”

Delegate the Holidays – Valentine’s Day with Lilly Pulitzer

When you design a Galentine’s Day brunch around a Lilly Pulitzer print, you know it’s going to be pretty fab. One of my favorite people and fellow Lilly-lover, Caroline of Sweet Caroline Designs, collaborated with me on this event, which made it even more fun to put together. And since Caroline and I share aContinue reading “Delegate the Holidays – Valentine’s Day with Lilly Pulitzer”

Delegate the Holidays – Cookie Swap Party

So what do you do when you almost never bake, but you want to host a holiday cook-exchange party? Well, first, you call your fabulous designer friend, Julie Couch (of Julie Couch Interiors) to co-host the party with you. Then, you call a great local bakery to take care of your personal cookie order becauseContinue reading “Delegate the Holidays – Cookie Swap Party”

Delegate the Decor- A Traditional & Transitional Thanksgiving Table

It seems like over the years, Thanksgiving has become more and more of an afterthought. As retail stores transition their merchandise and decor from Halloween straight to Christmas, there’s almost no mention of one of my favorite holidays- Thanksgiving. As you probably know by now, I don’t cook, so why would I care so muchContinue reading “Delegate the Decor- A Traditional & Transitional Thanksgiving Table”

Delegate the 4th of July

I had the privilege of working with Katie Jacob’s on a 4th of July BBQ that involved both of our specialties – Baking, Delegating and DIY-ing. I’m sure you can guess which parts of the event came from me (aka not the baking or DIY-ing). Click here to read the full article about the party, whichContinue reading “Delegate the 4th of July”

Delegate the Fiesta

It takes a village to raise a child, and it certainly takes a village of vendors to pull together a first birthday party. I’m only kind of joking y’all. If you’re looking to achieve that “Pinterest-worthy party” without spending months crafting away or investing a fortune buying things you will never use again, you’ve gotContinue reading “Delegate the Fiesta”

Delegate Easter

When I first met Paige Minear (of “The Pink Clutch” blog), I knew I wanted to be her friend. She’s southern to the core, and shares the same design aesthetic I love. She’s also a delegator in her own way, and that combined with her great sense of humor, made us fast friends. We decidedContinue reading “Delegate Easter”

Delegate Valentine’s Day

Well, it’s officially that time of year in the South when the weather is cold and the skies are grey. Enter Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s the perfect excuse to pull out every shade of pink and red and bring some color to these dreary winter days. I’m not getting intoContinue reading “Delegate Valentine’s Day”