July 5, 2011 Featured

Amelia Clifford & James Ostenson are the sweetest Southern couple. These newlyweds are some of the finest folks in Georgia and PrettySouthern is delighted to share a few of their wedding pictures, courtesy of Kate Danielle Photography. The bride’s Something Blue for her big day were these gorgeous shoes by Caparros. The shoe name is… Read more »

July 4, 2011 Featured

This Fourth of July weekend, I had a lot of cheese. OK, not real cheese, because if you’ve ever been to South America, you’d know they haven’t mastered the art of cheese yet. I’m talking about sentimental cheese; standing in the middle of a crowded house party discussing how great America is kind-of-cheese. As an… Read more »

July 2, 2011 Featured

Fourth of July weekend is here! If you’re looking for some fun ideas to celebrate America’s Independence, we’ve got you covered. Atlanta’s got a bunch of fun cooking especially over at Rosebud. Come in for “Red, White & Blue” Brunch on Sunday , July 3 decked out in Red, White and Blue attire, and get… Read more »

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July 1, 2011 Featured Variety

Today I am excited to introduce a new Pretty Southern Series, The Weekend Getaway Guide! In this guide we will introduce you to some of the South’s most charming cities and teach you how to get the most out of a weekend visit. We’ll include our favorite spots to eat, hang out, stay and shop…. Read more »

June 30, 2011 Featured

The best part about living in the South is our diverse culture. We’re a young region, like the rest of America, but we’ve had to rebuild after Civil War, Great Depression, multiple recessions and that darn Boll Wevil. Why not promote the nice things about living in the South? That’s what PrettySouthern aims to do,… Read more »

Southern Women Say Episode 4
June 29, 2011 Featured

Before we get to our favorite words only Southerners say, let’s hear it from the famous belles of “Sh%t Southern Women Say” on The Southern Women Channel. Down here, there is no Pepsi. Everything is Coke. Even Pepsi is called Coke. True Southerners don’t like going North because up there, if you ask for Coke,… Read more »