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Though it makes me a little sad to think of summer winding down (I still have a handful of Southern doin’s to complete before September 21!), the start of college football is making me much more excited for fall! I know I’ll be sporting burnt orange all weekend in support of my alma mater, and I’m willing to bet that the entire Kloess clan will be decked out in crimson. We’d love to know, which team do you root for? Stay tuned for some of our favorite Southern collegiate-inspired wedding details coming up in the weeks ahead!

See more from this engagement session by Colorbox Photographers on our Facebook page!

In case you missed it this week…

The mission of Southern Weddings drives all that we do–read about what it means to each of us here.

Whitney and Nick‘s Charleston wedding was sweet and meaningful–we love the way they honored their family.
Ali and Matt may have been married in December, but their glamorous wedding was absolutely timeless.
Caitlin and Sam let the beauty of their South Carolina venue shine at their outdoor plantation wedding.
Victoria and Marcus‘ outdoor wedding plans were rained out, but the end result was better than they had imagined.

Don’t forget!

We are so excited to be throwing a wedding with Southern Living!! Yes, a real wedding, complete with a lovely couple, their friends and family, and traditions and details that are meaningful to them personally. We are looking forward to sharing every step of the process with y’all, with the help of the amazing vendors we’ll be working with to bring this day to life, but first, we need our bride and groom! Learn how to nominate yourself or a deserving couple here.

Have a fantastic Labor Day weekend!

lisa Written with love by Lisa

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