We had a blast in Edisto over the holiday weekend. If you haven't been there before, it's definitely worth the trip. Edisto is a secluded island about 45 minutes from Charleston. There's one teeny grocery store, a handful of restaurants, and the most laid back people you've ever met. If you're on Edisto, you're there to relax. And that's just what we did. 

To paint the picture for you, here's a post office right outside Edisto. It's so tiny and cute! Got to love the hand painted letters.

We got there on Friday morning and immediately posted up on the beach. This is my friend, Cody, who recently got married to our friend, Drew (remember?).
Brandon had to drink PBR because ...you know, that's ah-murican.
My favorite part of being in Edisto is coming in all sticky off the beach, taking a shower, and then sitting on the deck in a rocking chair with a glass of vino. With no makeup and wet hair. Ahh... so relaxing! 

Saturday wasn't as pretty of a beach day, but man it made for a gorgeous evening on the boat.
(Brandon was taking the picture...)

No filter on these photos below. The sunset was UNREAL!

It was sad to leave great friends and such a beautiful place. Until next time, Edisto! 


  1. That place looks gorgeous! I'm jealous :) Where is your swimsuit from? The color is amazing!!!

    1. It is from Victoria's Secret last year. :)

  2. Such great photos! And the sunsets this weekend were just amazing! Glad you had a great 4th of July weekend, xo!

  3. Love the photos! Your swimsuit is gorgeous. Sunsets were just beautiful this weekend after the hurricane blew over.

  4. It was definitely was a beautiful sunset for sure. What fun pics! I love passing by all the little old gas stations and post offices in the low country. Your pics make me even more ready to head that way next week!!

  5. I love Edisto! One of my favorite places in the world.

  6. First time commenting but I love Edisto! My family has had a house there for 20 years and my husband and I got married there as well! Going in August...so excited!


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