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Happy Saturday! What are y’all up to this weekend? It’s hard to believe there are only a few days left of June, but thankfully, summer is nowhere near over–there’s still plenty of time to check everything off of the Southern Doin: Summer Love edition list! We also highly recommend chatting with your beau about your own favorite childhood memories and adding them to your list. How fun would it be to whip up your favorite elementary school treat for him (that would be Rice Krispie treats for me–yum!), or learn the rules to the game he and his friends invented as kids? Get creative! (And, use #PassThePopsicles on Instagram so we can follow along!)

P.S. If you’re on Snapchat, follow us at swmag for behind the scenes peeks of our next V8 shoot–we’re headed to Kentucky on Monday!

See more from this engagement session by Hannah Mulligan on our Facebook page!

In case you missed it this week…

Kristin’s parents shared their favorite thing about marriage with us in Sweet Tea Sunday.
In Ask SW, we answered the question “When should I start my wedding registry?”
This citrus inspiration shoot was inspired by the designer’s favorite childhood memories.
Marissa reminisced about her childhood summers.
Alla was the fourth member of her family to wear a treasured heirloom gown–see it here!
Haley and Dylan, featured in V6, shared their favorite recipes with us on Southern Newlywed.

Catherine and Nelson fulfilled Catherine’s childhood dream by marrying at the chapel on her family’s property.
Rebecca and Drew focused on a few meaningful details at their Birmingham wedding.
Julia and David may be from the North, but their Texas garden wedding was undeniably Southern!

Have a wonderful weekend, and congratulations to anyone getting married, including our Southern Bride Blogger, Annie!

lisa Written with love by Lisa

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