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We’re just tickled to get to introduce y’all to a new set of Blue Ribbon Vendors, because we know any one of them would be a joy to you if you choose to work together! We’re using a few of our favorite BRV interview questions to help you get to know these lovely ladies and gents. Click through to their listings to find out more about them!!

Name: A.J. Dunlap Photography
Category: Photography
Where you call home: Raleigh, North Carolina
Favorite part of a wedding day? The moment just after a couple is pronounced husband and wife. It never fails, every single couple gives the biggest smiles and joy radiates from them!

Name: Kelly Parker Smith of Hello World Paper Co.
Category: Invitations & Paper Goods
Where you call home: Belleville, Illinois
Favorite part of a wedding day? The cake! White on white cakes with simple details are my absolute favorite!

Name: Jesilyn Kay Calligraphy
Category: Calligraphy
Where you call home: Austin, Texas
How I got into weddings: I have always been drawn to creating beauty in whatever craft or project I decided to take on. The wedding industry is ultimately about creating beauty and joy that will be cherished in memories forever, so it was a natural fit to find myself working here. I am blessed to work with clients every day who want beautiful details to add to their big day, and it’s an honor to be able to provide that for them. I truly love it!

Name: LC Custom Vacations
Category: Honeymoon Travel
Where you call home: Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? The hospitality! I love weddings where everyone is treated like family. It is really special to see two families become one.

Name: LULA Hair & Makeup
Category: Beauty
Where you call home: Raleigh, North Carolina
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms? Laugh as much as possible.

Name: LulaKate
Category: Fashion
Where you call home: Charleston, South Carolina
How I got into weddings: My best friend’s sister got married early on in my career and was asked to do the bridesmaid dresses. After saying no a number of times, I was finally convinced and the rest is history! My first wedding took place in a barn in the mountains of NC. The dresses were a beautiful persimmon orange. It was a great way to get my start in the bridesmaid world!

Names: Rebecca Rose Creative
Category: Invitations and Paper Goods
Where you call home: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Favorite part of a wedding day? The moment the doors open and the bride walks down the aisle is always so special. We dare you to say you’ve never shed a tear at that moment!

Name: Southern Season
Category: Venue
Where you call home: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? All of the thoughtful details that go into the planning. And lots of flowers and lots of dressed up people!

Name: Strasburg Children
Category: Fashion
Where you call home: Nashville, Tennessee
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms? Always forgive. Try not to mess up big, but if you do, remember that we are all just people.

Name: Tracy Enoch Photography
Category: Photography
Where you call home: Dallas, Texas
Favorite part of a wedding day? Bride and groom portraits, when they have a bit of time to themselves and I get the opportunity to document their natural excitement!

Check out all of our favorite vendors in the Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory! I also want to mention that we’re working particularly hard to expand some of our areas of slim pickings–namely Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and West Virginia. If you would like to recommend someone (or nominate yourself!) for any of these states, please email kristin at southernweddings.com!

kristin Written with love by Kristin
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    It’s a well-known fact that a true Southern girl has the urge to monogram everything possible, and we’ve certainly seen a LOT of monogrammed lovelies in our time: bouquet wraps, garters, insides of wedding gowns, handkerchiefs… I could go on. But never have I seen monogrammed flower girls!

    Says Betsy, the bride:

    “Our wedding included lots of monogrammed details. I wanted to make sure the flower girls had something that was personalized and special and thought that monogramming the tails of their sashes would be the perfect touch. I was thrilled with the way this detail turned out and think the overall look is just as sweet as the flower girls themselves!”

    We couldn’t agree more, Betsy! This is such a simple detail to pull off, too — just look for a local embroidery shop. Monogramming the sashes should be no problem, and should run you between $10-$15 each.

    Loving this wedding? See a sneak peek from her and Luke’s big day here! Huge thanks to Studio222 Photography for sending these images our way.

    emily Written with love by Emily
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    1. avatar Lori reply

      LOVE this! I plan to monogram my fiance’s initials on the bottom edge of the sash I am wearing for the ceremony in a pretty light blue. Shhhh! It’s a suprise. :) I thought it would be something special as well as my “something blue”. I am a huge fan of al things monogrammed.

    2. avatar Marissa reply

      Oh Em, I just love this! I seriously wish I’d thought of this for my wedding! Such a cute idea!

    3. avatar Emily Steffen reply

      UM Hello!?!?! Adorable! :)

    4. avatar Katherine reply

      All three of my flower girls had their sashes monogrammed – it turned out adorable! What I love about it too, is that it is now a keepsake for them to have forever!

    5. avatar Betsy | Heavens to Betsy reply

      Thanks for featuring my flower girls Emily! I’m glad you loved this detail as much as I did :)

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