Breakfast at B. Matthews (owned by some Knoxville folks) was a little rough for me the next morning but a few gallons of water and pain relievers and I was ready for the day.We had dinner at The Crab Shack that evening and it was tasty and again, the weather was outstanding for sitting under the live oaks peeling shrimp. We had some non-foodies in the group so we tried to mix in some more approachable spots like this and hope we were successful. The plan was to go on a ghost tour with Blue Orb Tours that evening but showers rolled in and we opted against it and instead had drinks and late night snack at The Public. It's a very trendy little spot nextdoor to the De Soto. M had an excellent Jalapeño Spritzer and we eventually split a Savannah Philly Burger with caramelized onion, mushrooms, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and sriracha aioli. My sister and brother-inlaw accompanied us and it was a fun fun night. A special little note about our bartender, we mentioned we were waiting on friends and when seats opened up next to us, they placed menus, and half-full glasses at the seats so no one would sit in the places. That's service! Sunday was departure day for everyone except the bride and groom. So we said our goodbyes and headed to Tybee Island for breakfast at the fantastic greasy spoon, The Breakfast Club. People wait in line here from open to close. Seriously, the line outside was probably 50 people back when we got there. I'll let the pics explain, but all I have to say is M's hash browns were bigger than her head! If you can, sit at the bar. It's great to watch them cook...and to see just how much butter is in everything! We had dinner at Barracuda Bob's. I had fried scallops and they were perfectly cooked. However, after multiple tries, I have concluded my body does not like bivalves and I'm not going to try it again. By 3AM, there were scallops shooting back out of my face (need more details? just ask 🙂 That said, I highly recommend the place. The service was very good and it's a good place to get the touristy seafood that you always seem to crave at some point int he trip. The next day we moved onto Charleston... but I'll save that for another post as our experience at Husk deserves its own post! Part 3 will be the Party With The Newlyweds in Knoxville. VENDOR REVIEWS: We had been working with Everlasting Occasions on planning/design in Savannah and the wonderful Adrienne Lampe on photography for both events. Everlasting Occasions Raven is the owner of EO and we engaged her services almost 2 years ago! She was able to take care of every detail for us. And while she sells it as a 'package', it's completely personal with every detail. We had a few very specific things we wanted (succulents for our flowers, a sax player, carriage to the restaurant, etc.) and were able to make it 'our own'. She does it part-time while holding down a regular 9-5. My only...ONLY complaint is that, early-on our email communication was a little slow. Some emails would take too long to get answers. Now, that bothered me when it was happening but in hindsight, I can see that if you are anal about everything for 2 years, it'd drive everyone crazy and some of the details just don't need to be dealt with so early on. And when a small problem came up the day before the wedding she took care of it within 20 minutes. And apparently she had a LOT of trouble finding a sax player, but we were never knew anything about it...which is just the way it should be. The answer to every question was "sure that's no problem." Stress-free. And the week of the wedding, she was in constant contact with us via text and was extraordinary to work with. Highly-recommended! Adrienne Lampe Photography OK guys, we totally lucked out on this. The photographer search was my job. And because were were having events in two places, it was looking like we were going to need to have two photographer, which meant two styles of photos, and I wasn't happy with that. Then came our hero! Adrienne and husband who is sometimes a second shooter, are two of the most fun people we've ever met!! Hopefully we will remain friends after the professional relationship is over. They are fellow foodies from Atlanta and travel everywhere doing amazing work!! And not only did they shoot Savannah, but they also came the next weekend and shot the Party with the Newlyweds. We could never have had anyone better to work with than these two!