Visitors and residents enjoyed a perfectly blustery day at the Serenbe MayDay Celebration this Sunday! Dubbed the "Sonoma of The New South" by the New York Times Serenbe is a 1000-acre sustainable community located thirty minutes from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
With temperatures hovering close to 90 degrees and stiff winds whipping around at 16 mph-visitors shopped the beautiful specialty stores, galleries and restaurants of Serenbe. Outdoor vendors and artists lined the beautifully landscaped streets reminding us of some of our favorite cities in Switzerland and France.
Twangy Southern-style fiddle filled the air with happy notes while visitors relaxed on blankets as red-faced children and panting dogs played nearby. The mood was happy and upbeat!
Festival foods were in abundance as well as specialities by some of the restaurants and shops. Raspberry Lemonade and Strawberry Shortcake was offered by Gloriosa owner, Keith Gerard Robinson-whose fabulous floral arrangements (filled with all my favorite flowers) adorned the beautiful tables outside Keith's new shop, Repurpose, a European-style design shop filled with lovely finds!