By Paris Kim The street on which you find Hové Parfumeur is Chartres. It’s not shar-tres or charts— it’s chart-ers. So much of the city is French influenced, yet have taken on a life of its own to become more Nola and less of the former. It’s the same with Hové. A legacy business of… Read More Heart, Family, & Fragrance: Treasures of Hové
By Sela Hanna, Marjorie Magazine Staff Southern hospitality is here to stay, and it isn’t going anywhere! There is a true charm to the South and all things Southern. Inspired by Reese Witherspoon’s Whiskey in a Tea Cup book the Marjorie Gals have decided to throw a tea party. Here are five ways to ensure… Read More A Little Galentine’s Day Hospitality
Back to Marjorie By Marjorie Magazine Heading southeast along Highway 16 from Atlanta may be one of the dullest drives in the state, but reaching the end of this uneventful road is a reward unimaginable. For if you’re seeking a perfect slice of small town charm with a heavy hint of elegance and grandeur, Savannah… Read More Sweet Georgia Town: Savannah for a Day
You might just find yourself wishing you hadn’t shared that tin box of Georgia Peach cookies with your coworkers after a weekend in Savannah. What is this goodness? It’s Byrd’s, a local culinary legend serving up Old South sweetness. Of all their flavors that include key lime pie and classic chocolate chip, nothing is more… Read More Southern Sweetness is Just so Peachy!