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V3 Feature :: Southern Meets Brooklyn

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Up next in our Southern by Design series from V3 is this altogether lovely shoot dreamed up by the ladies of 100 Layer Cake. If you’ll remember, we asked a few of our favorite bloggers to put together a shoot that translated classic Southern style to their locale: in this case, Brooklyn. We were taken with 100LC’s ideas from the minute we laid eyes on them, and know you will be, too! Check out more of the pretty details, including the biscuit bar and banjo band, in the gallery!

The talented vendors involved:

Venue: Brooklyn Botanica // Planning and Design: Jillian Event Design // Photography: Anna Robin // Day-of Styling and Calligraphy: Love*Jenna // Invitation: Thoughtful Day // Flowers: Quatre Coeur // Hair and Makeup: Chris Newburg // Models: Miles at Q Management and Rachel Echelberger from BMG Models // Day-of Fashion Stylist: Ewa Davis // Bridal Gown: Elizabeth Dye from Lovely Bridal // Head Piece: // Men’s Fashion: J. Crew // Band: Two Man Gentleman Band // Biscuit Bar: Baked // Table, Chairs, and Linens: Classic Party Rentals // All Antique Props: Props for Today

Like what you see? Check out the store listings of pick up a copy of V3 here!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Katherine {flower & honey} reply

    Oh, the biscuit bar is such a lovely, southern idea :) love it!

  2. avatar Punam Bean reply

    Yay! That’s my husbone in the back!!

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We would be remiss to end this week without publicly thanking the scores of friends and fans that have posted about the new issue on their blogs. First, though, I suppose we should apologize for jamming up the airwaves on Twitter. According to our good friend Nate

Nah, we won’t apologize — we’re too excited! Without further ado, a few of the lovelies who’ve given us a shout-out over the last week:

Our good buddy Jonathan Canlas made us blush.

We will forever be indebted to Brooke and the Curious + Company team for their work on the “Choose Your Own Southern Wedding” feature.

Kiley + Tim’s wedding by Paul Johnson was the last wedding we accepted for V3 and we’re so happy we did!

Jose, Jose, Jose… we can’t sing his praises highly enough.

Gina Zeidler wowed us with her Texas brunch cover concept.

And the Vue chicks cover entry was sweet as a peach. Make sure you check out Diva Productions’ video from their shoot day!

Sweet Southern gal Emily Ley was invaluable in helping us with some of the trickier graphic design elements.

Our girl Jen from Green Wedding Shoes came up with the most stunning concept for her “Southern by Design” shoot. We love you, Jen!

Her co-conspirators Carissa of JL Designs

and photographer Stephanie Williams also had lovely things to say.

The ladies of 100 Layer Cake wowed us with their Great Gatsby concept.

We tapped one of our favorite bloggers, Kathryn of Snippet & Ink, to contribute to our Southern honeymoon story.

Kelly Hornberger was one of our fabulous sponsors, and she’s giving away a few copies on her blog!

Jill Thomas was responsible for one of the most beautiful real weddings we featured, Ali + Matt.

Bow ties and gorgeous pocket squares, oh my! The Cordial Churchman made us swoon with thier dapper creations featured in V3.

Lauren, from Every Last Detail, gave us her Southern insight on page 10!

Kirstie lent us a few photographs for the groom’s gallery and blogger directory.

We were THRILLED to have the chance to feature an A Bryan Photo wedding…

…and the work of SW fave Calder Clark.

Kate Headley was the talent behind another one of our real weddings (and perhaps my personal favorite!).

Yet another real wedding was shot by Anne Marie Photography. We loved the bold yellows!

We were thrilled to feature menus from Minted in one of our editorial spreads. They do amazing work and are so easy to collaborate with!

Lauren Larsen came through in the clutch with the perfect imagery to pair with an article that was in dire need of some beautiful photos. Thank you, Lauren!!

We couldn’t have dreamed up a better end story than Ruth & Jerry. Thanks to Donnan Photo for sending the two lovebirds our way!

Amelia Lyon was behind the camera for a stunning editorial spread!

And So Happi Together was the genius behind the details of the same spread!

To round out the all-star team from Amelia’s shoot, we were thrilled to find this post from The Loveliest Day who did event design and styling!

Last but DEFINITELY not least, Joey + Jessica were the photo geniuses behind our beautiful cover. We love you guys!!!

Thank you, again, to all of these lovely friends! If you wrote a post about the new SW on your blog, share it with us in the comments and we’ll make sure to include you in this post or a future one!

Want your own copy of V3? WIN ONE here, or take a pic with V3 and win one here, or order here OR find it on newstands all over the US (heavy in the South of course, but we’re in every state somewhere!) at select Barnes and Noble, Borders, Piggly Wiggly (YEEHAW!!), Walmart, Target, and major retailers. We’re waiting on our complete store list to come in, so if you find your copy, tweet us where you found it or leave a comment here so we can let other folks know. Thank y’all again so much for the love! 

emily Written with love by Emily
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