Friends and associates of Franklin, Brentwood and Green Hills Lifestyle magazines gathered at Ellen Sherwood Design and RSU Contractors' showroom to celebrate the March issue and all things home. Nashville Selfies added to the fun with their super cool selfie booth!
Draper James in Nashville was the site of the launch party for The Nashville Mom's new podcast, The Nashville Chat. Guests were treated to cookies, cake, sips, photo booth fun, raffles and swag bags! For more information, visit TheNashvilleMom.com/the-nash-chat-podcast.
Deka Lash celebrated the opening of its new studio at 1556 W. McEwen Drive in Franklin. The Deka Lash studio applies single-hair eyelash extensions that are custom-designed to make you look and feel beautiful. For more information, visit DekaLash.com.
At the largest fundraiser of the year for My Friend's House Family & Children's Services, held at Franklin's Marriott Cool Springs, attendees enjoyed a four-course dinner and dancing into the night. All proceeds raised make it possible for the boys they serve to have opportunities to improve their quality of life. Photography by Lisa Linn Manley … Continued
The annual HeART to Heart Luncheon, held at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs in February, combines inspirational stories, a fabulous silent auction and a delicious luncheon to support the work of United Way of Williamson County.
Ruby Sunshine is an all-day brunch eatery coming soon to downtown Franklin! The Nashville Mom, aka Dawn Burns, hosted an intimate cooking class experience with Ruby Sunshine's culinary director, Monica Larousse, in her home. Guests learned how to make Ruby Sunshine’s signature fluffy biscuits. Photography by the Nashville Mom
Business owners specifically focused on the health and wellness of the local community were invited to Modern Acupuncture in Brentwood to mix, mingle, network and even try acupuncture! The gathering recognized each magazine's January wellness issues. Photography by Zach Durbin
E|SPACES celebrated the upcoming opening of its new location at 231 Public Square in downtown Franklin with a special preview party. Guests enjoyed food and drinks while exploring the unique space on the Square. Located on the third floor of the building, E|SPACES Franklin offers distinguished work and meeting space for entrepreneurs, teams, companies and those who work … Continued
Author and historian Rick Warwick's newest book, At Home: Working Folks and Their Homes, is a walk down memory lane. Rick presented 100 of his favorite homes of working-class families from across Williamson County at a recent library event. Rick has served as the editor of 15 books on local history. Photography by Shifay Cheung