#EGCdoescollegefootbal Part 3

When I set out on my #EGCDOESCOLLEGEFOOTBALL journey a little over a month ago, I never imagined where it would lead. After going to 2 Alabama games within a 3 week period all my Auburn friends were beginning to think I didn’t love them. As soon as V, our summer intern at Evan and Company, saw my first video she immediately invited me to an Auburn game. I thought it was only fair I took my sister along (she’s a HUGE tigers fan). We started our Saturday with a little tailgate fun and tiger walk. I’d been to walk of Champions, so it was only fair I showed my respect to Coach Gus. Sir, you looked fancy in that suit. 2015-11-27_0001 A tailgate party is not complete without custom Auburn Sugar cookies from Liger’s Bakery, right? Did you know Liger’s is over 70 years old. It’s Montgomery’s oldest bakery. Just a little fun fact for ya.  2015-11-27_0002 After we drank and ate our little hearts out, it was game time. I think the coolest part about the game was seeing that eagle fly around the stadium. It was magical. For Real. 2015-11-27_0003  Of course, I would be chopped liver if we left out the cutest mascot of them all… AUBIE THE TIGER. Life Goals, a photo with Aubie. Can anyone make that happen? PLEASEEEEE. I’ll buy you a funnel cake. 2015-11-27_0004 What would we do without our iPhones. So glad we ran into by best bud Jonny and his sister, Emily at the game.  2015-11-27_0005 I can’t explain how much fun we had this past weekend in Tiger town. It was a BLAST. I know what you you’re all intereted in… it’s below, I promise. My video re-cap of my LOVE-HATE relationship with AU/AL  football. Enjoy!Thanks to Mrs. Lori and Victoria for hosting my sister and I. We had a blast! Tiger Town, I’ll see you this weekend. Who’s ready for #IRONBOWL15

2014 Favorite Things Day 3

This holiday season has been nothing but a blurry rush. I honestly don’t remember everything being so GO, GO, GO in years past. My apologies for not staying on top Favorite Things. But no worries, I am here and ready to give.

Remember, if you’re  just now catching on the Favorite things bandwagon, you can catch DAY 1 or DAY 2 by clicking the links. There’s still time to enter.  2014-12-21_0003 If any of you follow my Instagram feed, you know I’m pretty infamous for my #SundaySocks posts. I LOVE a good pair of graphic socks and in honor of our “guys night” this past weekend with consisted of a 2am run to Krispy Kreme, I figured these socks were perfect for today’s giveaway. These doughnuts socks aren’t a fancy name brand or anything special, but they are some of my FAVORITES. They retail for $3.99 at Target. Isn’t that a steal?  2014-12-21_0001 You’re in luck today, NOT ONE but TWO giveaways. This candle from Anthropologie is everyone’s Favorite. I know tons of folks who burn the volcano scent. Once you burn this scent, I promise you won’t want to burn anything else. It’s AMAZING. They retail for $28.00 and I promise, it’s worth every penny.  2014-12-21_0002 To Enter #evansfavoritethings it’s simple, all you have to do is Subscribe to my blog (on the right hand side of the blog homepage under the “Video” section, make sure you click the confirmation email or it doesn’t count ) AND then pop back on over here and leave a comment in the post. You might even win extra points if you post on Instagram and Facebook and use the hashtags #evangcooper #evansfavoritethings. ;)

Photos: Aubrie Moates | Balloons: Kim Hall, Kreative Moments | Wardrobe: Gap Eastchase

The Hunt for a Mantle

I’ve decided it’s time…. way past time. The office needs a makeover.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s “cute” and functional but I don’t get excited when I walk into work everyday. It’s become “blah” to me.

Of course I never like anything I do for my own personal use so I enlisted the help of Brian. He doesn’t have that fancy design degree for nothing. 😉 Not sure he’s ready to take on the challenge (I kind of picky) but….. a new floor, paint, and a few new furniture pieces and we’ll be ready to rock and roll by our Holiday Open House on December 4th (more details coming soon). The first suggestion he offered up was an anchor piece. We mutually agreed upon a mantle. Of course that means a field trip.

We met Brian over at Rescued Relics. For all you locals, it’s downtown off of Madison Ave. They have funky hours so be sure and call before you head over.  2014-11-04_0008 Rescued Relics is part of Old Alabama Town. They go in and pull apart pieces of old abandoned homes and historical homes. There were ton’s of fun little surprises around every corner.  2014-11-04_0006 Meet Roger. He’s one of the many fellas that volunteers his time to run RR on a day to day basics. He’s full of stories.  2014-11-05_0001 Doors, doors, and more doors. Too bad we weren’t in the market for one, there were some stunners there.  2014-11-04_0001 There’s even giant garden scissors of all sorts. 2014-11-04_0007 and antique pie safes with floral print “drapery”.  2014-11-04_0005 Oh and we can’t forget the hundreds of random keys…. 2014-11-05_0006 We came, We conquered. SO EXCITED we left with exactly what we were looking for. Roger even gave us a steal of a deal on that pretty mantle (I think Laura had something to do with that. ;)).  2014-11-04_0009 Next, paint colors. Brian and I were chatting about 10:00pm last night on the phone trying to narrow down our selections. The painter is coming on Friday. I can’t wait to show you guys the finished product.