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Watching our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory grow is one of the greatest joys of my job. We are all passionate about connecting brides, whose wedding journeys we feel so personally about, with the best kind of vendors – the ones that will not only deliver amazing results and experiences but genuinely care about each couple, too. I’m so happy to introduce you to ten more folks that have the Southern Weddings stamp of approval!

Name: A. Dominick Events
Where you call home: Washington, DC
How I got into weddings: I had just finished culinary school and needed a job. A prominent NYC planner saw my resume, and with my degrees in fashion and food, she thought planning would be a great fit for me. She was right. More than ten years later, I still LOVE my job!

Name: Berrett Photography
Where you call home: Fort Worth, TX
Favorite part of a wedding day? My favorite part is the first look between the bride and groom… so crazy romantic!! A close second would be the dance between the groom and his mother, or the bride and her father. Being a momma myself, I’m always a mess during those sweet moments with parents!

Name: Ivory & White Bridal Boutique
Where you call home: Birmingham, Alabama
Why do you do what you do? Our promise at Ivory & White is to offer the best in service and selection for every bride. Buying a wedding gown is such a special shopping experience for every girl, and we will ensure that it is not only memorable, but also effortless and enjoyable.

Name: Jessica Bordner Photography
Where you call home: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? My favorite thing has to be the ambiance. There is so much character and variety at every turn, whether it’s a beautiful old oak tree, a coastal town, or the perfect barn. There is so much inspiration for a photographer.

Name: Maile Lani
Where you call home: Nashville, Tennessee
How I got into weddings: By accident! I photographed a Renaissance wedding for fun and fell in love with it!

Name: Michelle Lyerly
Where you call home: Raleigh, North Carolina
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? The involvement of friends and family. From best friends DIY-ing programs to brothers officiating to parents lending their backyards, Southern weddings require a community of love and hard work.

Name: The Sanderling Resort
Where you call home: the Outer Banks of North Carolina
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? Our favorite thing about Southern weddings is tradition. We are tickled by everything ruffles, pearls, lace, and pastel colors. Rustic chic with a hint of glam is our absolute favorite style! What’s a farm table without a crystal chandelier?

Name: Simply Charming Socials
Where you call home: Atlanta, GA
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: It’s the little things. My mom is always the first to want to see a featured wedding or to hear about the upcoming events. And as I make and create a lot of décor pieces for my clients, she’s fallen into the role of in-house seamstress.

Name: Stacy Brown Designs
Where you call home: High Point, North Carolina
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? Southern hospitality and charm are the best things about weddings in the South! And CAKE… lots of cake!

Name: Studio R Design
Where you call home: Charleston, South Carolina
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? The variety between each event is incredible. The South offers so many different wedding venues and custom options, it’s exciting to see how different each wedding looks from the next.

Take a peek at all of our Blue Ribbon Vendors right here. And if you know someone who’d be a great fit? Shoot me an email!

emily Written with love by Emily
1 Comment
  1. avatar Amy Miller reply

    I can just feel the love , and I love seeing all the smiling faces, beautiful!

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