Here Comes 2013! TBC’s Faves from 2012 Revisited

NYEIt’s official – 2012 is nearly the past! If you’re anything like us, you’re planning to enjoy posh food, fabulous friends and an overall divine time bringing in the new year! Here at Tony Brewer and Co., we figure we can’t move forward without acknowledging some of our favorites from the old year and some of our hopes for the new year! As the old saying goes, you can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve come from.

What did you enjoy most in 2012 and what are you looking forward to this year? Leave a comment and let us know!

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Time to Give Thanks! TBC’s Top 5 Things We’re Thankful For!

thanks graphic‘Tis the season to give thanks – and here at Tony Brewer and Co., we’ve got plenty to be thankful for! As we prepare to don pashminas and head out for holiday festivities, we thought it only fitting that we take a moment to countdown the things we are most thankful for. What will be No.1? There’s only one way to find out! Enjoy!

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Summer Wedding Do’s and Don’ts!

It always seems like the colorful blooms and refreshing breezes of spring have barely arrived before the evening soirees and wine country jaunts of the summer are upon us!  The summer months are just around the corner, and this season for mint juleps and lazy days is also prime time for outdoor weddings.

Whether at the beach side in Maui or a rose garden in Buckhead, outdoor weddings share some of the same benefits – gorgeous weather and stunning scenery – as well as drawbacks: soaring heat and pesky bugs that can leave guests sticky and uncomfortable.

What’s a blushing bride to do? Tony Brewer and Co. to the rescue! Try our summer wedding do’s and don’ts to ensure your outdoor ceremony is the fabulous affair you deserve! Continue reading

Georgia Getaways

International vacations are fabulous, but every now and then we like to explore areas a little closer to home.  Georgia is a beautiful state with a large variety of vacation options from beaches to mountains and vineyards.

Here are several vacation ideas close to home.


Georgia has stunning beaches!  We recommend Tybee Island which is a short 20 minute trip outside of Savannah.  Tybee Island is fun and relaxed without the hustle and bustle of major beach locations in other states.  You can completely relax for a long weekend, or visit for a day while you are in Savannah.


North Georgia is so close, but it is often overlooked when city dwellers are planning weekend getaways.  There are numerous cabins and bed & breakfasts that offer stunning views for those who just want to relax and immediate access to the trails for adventurous hikers.


Georgia has a wonderful cluster of vineyards right up Georgia 400, so grab your bikes and take a tour of the “wine country”.  Vineyards are beautiful places where you can sit back and enjoy the scenery while learning about the history of some very interesting family businesses.

“Laughter is an instant vacation.”  Milton Berle