The Everygirl in Boston

Friday, April 27, 2012

 The beautiful Beacon Hill. I want to move there.

Alaina and I were in Boston Tues - Thursday where we photographed nine features for The Everygirl. We posted a full recap here, but I thought I'd share a few highlights of the trip since this was my first time in Boston.

We stayed at The Inn at St. Botolph. The most charming little (budget friendly) hotel I have ever seen. Fireplace. Free Breakfast. Friendly staff. Beautiful decor.

The sidewalks. So charming.

Beacon Hill (pictured above). One of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. I can't believe it's real.

Meeting my Sun Savvy co-founder Alison of Long Distance Loving for lunch at South End Buttery.

If you've been following us, you probably figured out that we are featuring Erin Gates! I photographed her home and office (gorgeous spaces) and then we went to dinner at Stella for one of the best meals of my life. I love Erin, her husband, and her dogs.

We are also featuring Abby Larson, the founder and editor of Style Me Pretty. We photographed her office, and if the feature wasn't enough to make my entire year, she also offered to give us a few tips on running a website and asked us to stay in touch! She is one of the sweetest and most genuine people I have ever met. I received her answers for her feature today and couldn't stop smiling. I absolutely adore her. Get ready to be inspired! Wedding Week begins May 7!

I am in desperate need of some down time. I plan on spending the weekend relaxing, working out, and may even get a little work done.

Happy Weekend!

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19 comments

  1. Wow, it looks so beautiful! Have fun! x

    Kate {Something Fabulous}
    http://thesomethingfabulous.blogspot.com

    {BESO HANDBAGS GIVEAWAY ON MY BLOG!}

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  2. So glad you had fun here in Boston! I can't believe you two stayed at The Inn at St. Botolph, I live right across the street! I've been dying to see the inside of it, so glad you posted photos.

    Gabriella

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  3. :) :) :) can you just come back now?! please and thank you! xoxo {av}

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  4. Can't wait for these new features!!

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  5. I'm visiting Boston this summer!

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  6. I'm so glad you had fun in my city :) It's so fun, isn't it?

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  7. Ahhhh Boston is on my "list" - you make me want to go there even more! Glad you had a nice time :)

    Meg x
    http://wardrobeworship.blogspot.com

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  8. I want to move there too! so picturesque ; )

    xo SideSmile,
    Ashley

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  9. Oh! Sounds like a great time! I can not wait to read Abby Larson's article!

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  10. Boston is beautiful! I'd love to live there one day.

    -Lauren

    Coffee and Color.

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  11. Gorgeous neighborhood...sounds like a fun and productive time!

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  12. Isn't Boston just so beautiful? I've always wanted to live there-- sounds like you had a great time!

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  13. ok. let's go. you and me. we're going to boston. not on vacay. we can talk in funny accents and hate the celtics...if you even know who they are.

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  14. How exciting!!! Sounds like you're having a fun trip

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  15. I'm so glad you enjoyed Boston! I can't wait to see the features from the trip! I live in the North End but it seems I need to journey to the South End more often..

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  16. You and Alaina are doing such a good job with the teasers. I can't wait to see all these features! I love Beacon Hill as well...so beautiful there!

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  17. So glad you enjoyed your trip! I moved to Beacon Hill about a year ago and cannot picture myself anywhere else. Its worth the rent hike to be able to love where you live every time you step out the front door. Boston is a beautiful, surprisingly small city with so much to do and a young vibrant demographic! Its an amazing place to call home!

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