Good heavens, what a week it has been in the South! We hope y’all are staying safe and warm in this winter weather. We didn’t get too much snow in our neck of the woods, but we still took the opportunity to take a rare snowy “team picture” on instagram!
Turning our attention to sunnier weather, we love the engagement session on our Facebook page today by Haley Sheffield! See more here.
Burying the bourbon is one of our favorite Southern wedding traditions. Emily explained the what, where, why, and how on Southern Living’s The Daily South.
This week on the blog was so much fun! From wedding planning tips to gorgeous inspiration, we had a little bit of everything to share.
We got cozy with some winter wedding inspiration, featuring a fabulous tulle ball gown, pancake pops, and just a touch of plaid. See it here.
We introduced our new “Best of the South” pages–have you explored them yet? Read all about them here.
Kristin shared her tenth hint for a happy marriage: eat dinner together. Find her advice and add your own here.
Emily let us in on her top tips for wedding dress shopping. Brides, be sure to bookmark this post (I definitely did!) here.
I am so excited to share my wedding planning journey with y’all! To begin, I introduced my handsome fiancé and told you our love story here.
We love real weddings!
Kristy and Cory‘s Texas ranch wedding (above) included a full bridal party and house party, rustic Southern details, and one of the sweetest walks down the aisle we’ve seen. See it here.
Since Lindsay works for the amazing Southern Blooms team, it was so surprise that the flowers at her and Bryan‘s fall wedding were especially stunning! See it here.
As seen in V6, Erin and Stephen‘s Georgia wedding was full of Southern hospitality and elegant, thoughtful details. See it here.
Last but not least!
Are you signed up for the Southern Weddings newsletter yet? We have some fun Valentine’s Day goodness coming to subscribers tomorrow! Get a sneak peek here.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Great emotions, loved color – is the film camera?
I love the idea of the “house party!” I saw it in the magazine, and now it’s popping up everywhere. It’s really the perfect solution for including your girlfriends in a thoughtful way.