Google+ 2017 Southern Wedding Favorites: Bridesmaids and Ceremonies - Southern Weddings

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Today, we’re sharing ten of our favorite bridesmaid looks and ten of our favorite wedding ceremonies from the real Southern weddings we’ve featured this year! Enjoy, and may they inspire your 2018 and beyond wedding plans! :)


Amanda’s soft gray dresses paired with bold red florals (photo by Feather & Twine)

Ellie’s dusty blue BHLDN dresses (photo by Elisa Bricker)

Amanda’s pastel jewel tone mix-and-match dresses (photo by Shauna Veasey)

Felicia’s short navy dresses with cowboy boots (photo by Nichols Photographers)

Laura’s big and beautiful bridal party in neutrals (photo by Lance Nicoll)

Maiya’s floral mix-and-match dresses (photo by Robert Chicoine)

McKenzie’s dusty blue off-the-shoulder dresses (photo by Shannon Griffin)

Shelby’s emerald green skirt and collared shirt combo (photo by Sara Bee)

Teresa’s ombre blue dresses (photo by Kristen Kilpatrick)

Morgan’s vibrant red dresses (photo by Caroline Jurgensen)


Anna and Ben’s sweet bell ringing moment post-ceremony (photo by White Rabbit Studios)

Ariana and Mike’s evening ceremony with a paper flower backdrop (photo by Arte de Vie)

Hannah and Ryan’s magical Spanish moss-draped ceremony (photo by Rebekah Senter)

Jessica and Sawyer’s charming chapel wedding at The Brooks at Weatherford (photo by Sarah McKenzie)

Kate and Damon’s bold red ceremony florals by Clementine (photo by Sophie Epton)

Laura and Caleb’s New Orleans courtyard ceremony (photo by Lance Nicoll)

Lauren and Austin’s library reading room ceremony (photo by Emily Ann Hughes)

Scarlett and Jon’s outdoor Rivermill ceremony (photo by Gaby J)

Allison and Mike’s front porch wedding at Old Wide Awake Plantation (photo by Landon Jacob)

Kristina and Kevin’s all-white wedding at The Farmhouse (photo by Erin Wilson)

Elisa Bricker and Kristen Kilpatrick are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily

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