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Y’all. Way to go! V3, our third and most recent issue of Southern Weddings, flew out of our office mailbox and was snatched off the shelves like it was the last slice of pecan pie! We’re officially sold out! I promise, we’re cooking up some V4 magic that will make you happier than a pig in mud, but to hold you over until then, we’re looking back and rounding up our favorite V3 spreads.

As soon as I read the story that went along with Amelia Lyon’s “Sweet Love” feature, I knew I’d found a favorite. The (gorgeous!) newlyweds fell in love at first sight when they met in the third grade. How sweet is that?

I love this shoot for the bits of glamor that pop up in the middle of the rustic setting, but I’m crazy about everything including the two bridal dresses, the yummy cake, the beautiful bouquet, and — Marissa will agree with me on this one — the bride’s shade of lipstick!

The beautiful mix of florals were arranged in tin cans as a little nod to the couple’s first mode of communication as young neighbors. Those are the small details that get me every time!

As always, you can check out more photos and get a full list of vendors in this feature’s gallery and scroll through past editorial features in our beautiful editorial gallery. Emily will be here next week sharing one of her favorite features, too!

Love what you see and interested in being a V4 advertising partner? Email Whitney for rates and opportunities! We know you’ll be happy you did!


Photography: Amelia Lyon Photography // Styling: Melissa Huber, the Loveliest Day

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
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