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Our Instagram family continues to grow and grow–over 236,000 friends have spent time with us over the last year. Y’all have swooned over sweet moments and lovely wedding details and laughed along with the behind-the-scenes peeks into life in our office. We don’t use the word family lightly, as we love being able to interact with y’all through the power of social sharing. It’s always fun to see what y’all like the most and which details or moments lead to the most conversation. Here are ten of our most-liked Instagram posts from 2016!

The stunning tented reception space at Emily and Jim’s wedding

Hope and Michael’s darling newlywed home tour with some impressive before-and-after renovation peeks

A breathtaking setting for Erica and John’s wedding ceremony.

Maggie’s magnificent and perfectly pink bouquet

Amanda’s stylish Hayley Paige gown and classic up-do

Brent and Graham’s elegant (and cozy) wedding portrait

This sweet bride’s stunning veil

It is quite possible that this is one of my favorite looks of any #SouthernWeddings editorial. A bold statement, I know. But I’m a classic Southern bride through and through, so when you combine my very favorite style elements (big Southern hair, bows, and pearls!) I’m all in a tizzy! Plus, being married to a born and raised Montgomery boy, I can’t help but love our Montgomery bride just a little extra. Link in profile to see the all our beautiful South city styles. Photo by #BlueRibbonVendor @KatelynJames, hair by @AshandCoBridalHair, makeup by @BellelinaStudio, dress by @MiraZwillinger, bouquet by @StephanieGibbsEvents, jewelry by @Croghans, at @KSHGEvents. – @MarissaKloess P.S. Insta has a zoom now, so you can see how gorgeous this gown is! 😜http://southernweddings.com/2016/12/13/favorite-wedding-dresses-southern-brides/

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Our Montgomery bride and her perfect bow-backed gown

Peyton and her maids (and their magical winter wedding day style)

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Weaving meaningful details into your wedding day can tell the story of your relationship, pay tribute to your family and heritage, and help make guests feel welcome and loved. One of my favorite things to learn about is why you choose the details that are infused into your wedding decor. From a bright, coral door with a welcoming sentiment to pretty pineapple place settings, this year we had the privilege of sharing some of the loveliest details.

Enjoy a few of our favorites from 2016!

Dacie and Dennis’ bright coral door (photo by Sarah & Ben)

Amanda and Andrew’s green and gold reception (photo by Aaron & Jillian)

Lindsay and Ty’s pretty peach-filled centerpieces (photo by Dana Cubbage)

Elizabeth and Tripp’s innovative backyard bar (photo by Ashley Upchurch)

Alicia and Ian’s feminine, Tex-Mex inspired tabletop (photo by Archetype)

Katie and Scott’s sweetly striped tablecloths (photo by Jodi and Kurt)

Nicole and Martin’s festive signage (photo by Danielle Nichol)

Catye and Trey’s watercolor seat assignment installation (photo by Mustard Seed)

Kristen and Rick’s perfect pineapple place settings (photo by Jennings King)

Chandler and David’s preppy lounge area (photo by Virgil Bunao)

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While the biggest moments on your wedding day are the ones between you and your groom, we also have a soft spot for the moments that naturally occur when you’re surrounded by your sisters and your best girlfriends. Chances are, these ladies have seen you at your best and at your worst (middle school, anyone?), and it’s such a sweet comfort to know that even as you enter a new stage of life, they’ll always be there for you. We love when brides go the extra mile to make sure their bridesmaids look and feel beautiful, and we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite looks from 2016 below!

Erica’s mismatched long blue dresses from The Dessy Group (photo by Anna Shackleford)

Caroline’s long pastel bridesmaid dresses by Joanna August and Nouvelle by Amsale (photo by Kristin Kilpatrick)

Brent’s navy one-shoulder bridesmaid gowns by Amsale (photo by Anna Routh)

Nicole’s kelly green Alfred Sung bridesmaid dresses with black and white bouquet ribbons (photo by Jennifer Blair)

Peyton’s vibrant red White Lace & Promises dresses with fur stoles (photo by Finch Photography)

Caroline’s teal, aqua, and petal pink bridesmaid dress combination (photo by Lexie Bush)

Katie’s Anthro forest green short dresses with chocolate shawls (photo by Lauren Carnes)

Sarah’s gauzy, white eyelet bridesmaid dresses by Cate Lyon (photo by Rach Loves Troy)

Veronica’s long glam bridesmaid dresses (photo by Ashley Cox)

Last but certainly not least, Ally’s sweet, traditional flower girls (photo by Kati Mallory)

Anna Shackleford, Kati Mallory, Anna Routh, and Kristen Kilpatrick are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory and Joanna August is a wonderful Southern Weddings sponsor!

Written with love by Jess Metcalf
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