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This is a very exciting time in the Southern Weddings office! Gorgeous images from our V6 photo shoots, dreamy real weddings, lots of Southern images, and the prettiest of surcees are rolling into our office daily, and Nicole is already hard at work creating beautiful pages. Y’all may have seen a sneak peek or two if you follow us on Instagram, but I have to reiterate–this issue is going to be a good one. We can’t wait to share it in November!

Even though we have been wrapped up in all things V6 lately, we all still thumb through copies of V5 regularly. There is so much wonderful, meaningful, Southern inspiration in those pretty pages! We are so happy to announce that you can now flip through all of the V5 goodness yourself whenever you want, because V5 is now digital! Click here to take a look. Of course, we also still have plenty of copies available to purchase in the Southern Weddings Shop, along with V4 and V2.

As a little refresher of what can be found in V5, or an introduction if you’re new to Southern Weddings, here are a few favorite shots from some V5 editorials!

The Yellow Rose of Texas, photographed by Ryan Ray Our V5 cover was taken from this lovely shoot!

My Kentucky Rose, photographed by Jen Huang. This picture is framed in the stairwell leading up to the SW office, so we see it every day!

Family Heirlooms, photographed by Eric Kelley. This shoot will definitely go down in history as a Southern Weddings favorite.

Freshly Squeezed, photographed by KT Merry. This colorful shoot was inspired by an iconic Southern favorite, Lilly Pulitzer.

Blue Ribbon Bounty, photographed by Joey and Jessica. A dozen Southern pies were used in the making of this fun shoot!

This is just a tiny sampling of the goodness found in V5, so be sure to take a look at the digital edition for lots more! We’d love to hear–what’s your favorite part of V5?

lisa Written with love by Lisa

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