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Southern Weddings Weekly Round-Up

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I’m pretty sure we’re all still shaking the glitter out of our clothes and hair. We had a blast at the V5 Launch Party last night — thank you to everyone who came in to celebrate with us and to those of you who joined us virtually via UStream! Look for a party recap soon, y’all.

This week was full of post office runs and V5 features. We were thrilled to start things off with a behind-the-scenes look at our Family Heirlooms shoot.

Tuesday came along and we welcome V5 to news stands with a big post and a bigger photo contest! See details on how to enter here.

We would hate to keep you waiting even longer, so we shared more from V5’s Family Heirloom shoot.

For more behind-the-scenes action from our Family Heirloom shoot, be sure to check out this video!

Another one of our beautiful features made the blog this week! We welcomed the sweet neutrals of our Honey and Pecan shoot.

Then, we filled y’all in on our very first shoot we produced for V5, the Kentucky Rose shoot.

With all the V5 hubbub, you’d think we couldn’t possibly pile on more good news, but we did! The General Store is now open! Head over here to get the skinny.

Real Weddings are gooder than grits!

Erin + Steve’s fall wedding was a big mother-daughter effort and sweet as pie! See it here.

Whew! I’m ready for a cozy weekend in. What are y’all doing?

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
  1. avatar Anna ( reply

    I’m all pumped up for my winter trip to Tennessee / Georgia now! This is super inspirational :)

  2. avatar Kristen @ miss prissy paige reply

    WHEW – I’m tired just reading the recap of your week! Amazing work and I can’t wait to get a copy of the magazine for myself :) Congrats ya’ll! Have a GREAT weekend!

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