October 3, 2011 Featured

Atlanta and Pretty Southern have a tight relationship. Most of our writers and photographers are based out of ATL therefore most of our stories are centered around this fine city. So we decided to create the Atlanta Bucket List of things we’re yet to do together. There’s a lot of ground we have to cover… Read more »

Atlanta residents: have y’all heard of the pastry excellence that is Pie Shop? We were so excited to see their feature in Southern Living this month after Pretty Southern met its fabulous owner Mims Bledsoe this summer. Pie Shop is located in the heart of Buckhead, Pretty Southern has been privileged to watch this business… Read more »

September 29, 2011 Featured

Bow ties are everywhere. Check the logo on the Playboy bunny or an old can of Budweiser, this simple accessory denotes an essence of elevated style. Warren St. John, a writer for the New York Times once wrote “To its devotees the bow tie suggests iconoclasm of an Old World sort, a fusty adherence to… Read more »

September 28, 2011 Featured

Living in the South is about family, food and fun. We’ve focused a lot of Pretty Southern towards the fun and food aspects so for today’s post we’re focusing on family…one family in particular. The beautiful Bittner family and their amazing photo shoot at Watson Mill Bridge State Park in Comer, Ga. These lovely images… Read more »

September 27, 2011 Featured

There’s something so perfect about old trees in the South. It’s almost as if the oaks draped in Spanish moss contain the history of the South herself. Deep roots dive down into Southern soil almost three times longer than the towering limbs. This image taken by Blume Photography of Megan on her wedding day in… Read more »

September 26, 2011 Featured

We all know Southern girls have the best sense of style. Ladies love fashion and cute accessories. Now our style can be shared with girls’ best friend: her dog, all thanks to Poetic Paws. Poetic Paws is a line of novelty dog accessories inspired by the colorful and individual spirit of Poetic Licence, the British-influenced… Read more »