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When we first saw these beautiful images by our Blue Ribbon Vendors Anna Routh and Graham Terhune, the leaves were just barely starting to change, and the temperatures beginning to fall. The rich colors and sweet community that is so evident in this shoot reminded us of the cozy days to come, and suddenly, the winding down of summer seemed a little sweeter. While we love warm weather weddings and are so glad that living in the South means we get to enjoy lots of them, there is something especially magical about the fleeting early fall season. It’s the loveliest setting for one more outdoor celebration of the year!

Recognize these bridesmaid dresses? We just wore some of the same Camilyn Beth designs at our V7 launch party!

We love this mix of textural florals with in-season fruits–for early fall, some of our favorites are peaches, figs, red pears, and pomegranates.

See more from this editorial in V7, available online and on newsstands across the South!

Photographers: Anna Routh and Graham Terhune / Film Processing: Richard Photo Lab / Coordination: After Yes Weddings / Designer: Emily Allen / Florals: Bows and Arrows / Bouquet Wrap: Oatmeal Lace / Venue: Aldredge House / Bride’s Gown: Vera Wang / Bridesmaid Dresses: Camilyn Beth / Hair and Makeup: Beauty and the Blush / Paper Goods and Calligraphy: Blue Eye Brown Eye / Sweets: Cakewalk Bake Shop / Cuff Links: Bourbon and Boots / Bow Ties: High Cotton Ties / Wardrobe Styling: Rian Nichole Fashion Consulting / Tables: The Olive Bench / Ceremony Chairs: Juniper Rentals / Reception Chairs: Bella Acento / China: West Elm / Flatware: Pottery Barn / Linens: Williams-Sonoma

Anna Routh and Graham Terhune are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Beane and Company reply

    So quaint and sweet!

  2. avatar Anna Routh reply

    Woo hoo! This looks beautiful! Thanks again so much for featuring our shoot. We love seeing it in your amazing publication and again here. We <3 SW Mag! xoxo

  3. avatar Dana reply

    gorgeous table setting!!

  4. avatar Graham reply

    Thank y’all so much for this feature!!! Love you ladies!

  5. avatar Sara reply

    Oh my gosh, those tables are totally gorgeous!

  6. avatar Stacy {Woodsy Weddings} reply

    The invitation is adorable, the drawing is extremely reminiscent of a drawing from James and the Giant Peach. And, that cake is beautiful!

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    […] A definite highlight of our 2014 season was the opportunity to travel to Dallas to photograph an editorial piece that was inspired and beautifully executed by a handful of talented people. We are truly delighted to share a selection of our favorite images from the Seasons of the South photo shoot. It has been an enormous honor to see these images in the latest volume of Southern Weddings Magazine. You can see more images, read about the inspiration behind this editorial and see the entire list of wonderful vendors here. […]

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In light of the past two years, I’m sure we weren’t the only ones who waited on the edges of our seats to see what magic would come out of Texas for V7! Ryan Ray, Stefanie Miles, and Bows and Arrows teamed up once again to create this beautiful shoot for us, centered around the concept of meaningful moments and true Southern hospitality—two things that may be more cherished at a wedding than anywhere else. We were so overjoyed to have a real couple pose as our bride and groom, as well as the bride’s lovely mama! Given the family-centered nature of this shoot, there was no better way for authentic, sweet moments to happen—and Ryan captured every one beautifully!

The fashion in this shoot couldn’t be more stunning–I love how the lace in the bride’s dress plays off of the lattice in the garden.

As always, Alicia blew us away with her gorgeous florals. This arch is the perfect example of how her work interacts with the environment without distracting from it.

Photographs can be such precious heirlooms. We love the idea of gifting special people, like your parents, with a gorgeous, high quality album of some of your favorite pictures together–don’t forget to leave room for some wedding photos at the end!

There was audible shrieking in the office when we first saw the images of this table–stunning!!

This is one of my favorite details in the issue. I can only imagine how much guests would appreciate the time you put into making such thoughtful introductions!

Oh, how we love a chic getaway dress! This one from BHLDN would make a gorgeous rehearsal dinner option too.

Don’t miss the beautiful film that brings this inspiration to life, courtesy of Candlelight Films!

Photographer: Ryan Ray / Film Processing: Indie Film Lab / Designer and Planner: Stefanie Miles Events / Florals: Bows and Arrows / Videographer: Candlelight Films / Venue: White Oaks Ranch / Cake Baker: Sugar Bee Sweets / Paper Goods and Calligraphy: Written Word Calligraphy / Bride’s Gown and Veil: Warren Barrón / Bridesmaid Dresses: Lela Rose from Nordstrom / Menswear: The Black Tux / Bride’s Getaway Dress: BHLDN / Hair and Makeup: Amy Clarke / Tabletop Rentals: Posh Couture / Furniture Rentals: Bella Acento / Ring Box: ClydeHome

Stefanie Miles and Written Word Calligraphy are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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    Really beautiful post you laid out. Thank you for sharing out work! We are honored to see our work in your newest issue!

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