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SW Holiday Sale + Ornament Swap

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Good morning, belles! Hope you had the happiest Thanksgiving and are enjoying a slice of leftover pecan pie with your coffee this morning! We’re ready to welcome the Christmas season with open arms, and we know many of you are out shopping the holiday sales to check off the names on your shopping lists. We wanted to remind you can can stay cozy in your pajamas and visit the Southern Weddings Shop and snag deals up to 50% off!

Hurry on over to pick your favorites, especially if you are shopping for a bride, newlywed, or bridesmaid this holiday season! If I could marry KPW all over again, I would snag that amazing Bride Bundle faster than butter melts on a biscuit. It’s everything a bride-to-be needs to plan for her big day and beyond!

And for readers near and far, I’m excited to announce that we’ll be hosting the annual Southern Weddings Ornament Swap for the eighth year in a row! As someone who loves getting “real” mail, I can personally vouch for how much fun it is to participate. We had an amazing swap last year and would love for y’all to participate this time around.

Here’s how it will work (please read carefully!):

1. By Monday, December 5: Email kristin@southernweddings.com with “2016 Ornament Swap” in the subject line. Include your name, mailing address, email address, website/blog address, and Instagram handle.
2. By Wednesday, December 7: I will have emailed you the names and addresses of up to five people to send ornaments to. Yep, that means you’ll be sending up to five ornaments, and you’ll be receiving up to five in return!
3. By Wednesday, December 14: Be sure to send out your ornaments no later than this date! Then, all that’s left to do is wait for the holiday goodness to roll in.

Your ornaments can be homemade or store-bought, and we suggest that you make them as Southern as possible :)

If you have any questions, leave a comment on this post or email me at kristin@southernweddings.com–we can’t wait to see the ornaments y’all share this year!

kristin Written with love by Kristin
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  1. avatar Kelly reply

    Hooray!! Love doing this swap! :)

  2. avatar Carol reply

    How much should we $ spend per ornament , or is is there a min./max. price range?

  3. avatar Carol reply

    How much should we spend $ for each ornament? Is ther a minimum or maximum?

    • avatar Kristin reply

      Carol, there is no minimum or maximum but I would say nothing too expensive. A lot of people get crafty and make ornaments! Feel free to email me: Kristin@SouthernWeddings.com if you have any further questions.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year!! Magazines are popping up (early) everywhere, we’re nailing down final V9 Launch Party details and we’re already looking forward to another one of our favorite annual holiday traditions: Gingerbread Barns. While I have a strict no Christmas music rule until after we’ve eaten Thanksgiving dinner, I’m absolutely delighted to announce that we’ll be back at the Carolina Inn for our sixth annual Gingerbread Barn Building Event on December 8!

We’ll be pulling out our favorite holiday aprons and reindeer antlers for a night of gingerbread barn building fun at the lovely Carolina Inn. Please RSVP if you’re planning to join us, so we know how many graham crackers to purchase and how much frosting to secure! Everyone is invited, and most attendees choose to work in groups, so grab your best gals, your sweet mama, or your favorite fella! (Just make sure everyone in your group purchases a ticket individually!)

Not familiar with this SW holiday tradition? Take a peek at a few past recaps for some barn building inspiration: 2013, 2014, 2015. For the last few years, many people have come armed with building plans and extra supply reinforcements–we love the enthusiasm!

We hope to see you there on December 8 – can’t wait to squeeze some of our local friends!

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Hope you had the happiest Thanksgiving, belles! We’re ready to welcome the Christmas season with open arms, and especially since some of y’all have already been asking about it, I’m excited to announce that we’ll be hosting the annual Southern Weddings Ornament Swap for the seventh year in a row!

Here’s how it will work (please read carefully!):

1. By Monday, December 7: Email lisa@southernweddings.com with “2015 Ornament Swap” in the subject line. Include your name, mailing address, email address, website/blog address, and Instagram handle.
2. By Wednesday, December 9: I will have emailed you the names and addresses of up to five people to send ornaments to. Yep, that means you’ll be sending up to five ornaments, and you’ll be receiving up to five in return!
3. By Monday, December 14: Be sure to send out your ornaments no later than this date! Then, all that’s left to do is wait for the holiday goodness to roll in.

Your ornaments can be homemade or store-bought, and we suggest that you make them as Southern as possible :)

If you have any questions, leave a comment on this post or email me at lisa@southernweddings.com–we can’t wait to see the ornaments y’all share this year!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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