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Happy 12th day of Southern Weddings Christmas, y’all! And what a happy day it is! We’ve saved the best for last, and have something quite exciting in store…

Ooooo-eee! One of our very favorite paper people, Chelsea from Southern Fried Paper, has offered up a stunning prize for our final giveaway of 2012. We adore her oh-so-Southern work, and are SO excited for the lucky reader that will get to work with her!

Win: 100 custom designed two color letterpress invitations printed on 1-ply paper, 100 one color letterpress reply cards on 1-ply paper, 100 blank invitation envelopes, and 100 blank reply card envelopes. Yeehaw!!

Number of winners: One

Ways to enter:*
1. Visit Chelsea’s website then leave a comment telling us about your dream wedding invitation. What would it look like?
2. Like Southern Fried Paper on Facebook then come back here and tell us you did so.
3. Post a link to this giveaway on Facebook, then come back here and tell us you did so WITH A LINK to your Facebook post. Be sure to tag @iloveswmag and @SouthernFriedPaper!
4. Pin a photo from Southern Fried Paper’s site to your personal Pinterest page, then leave a comment WITH THE LINK to your pin.

*You can enter as many or as few ways as you’d like, but you MUST leave a separate comment for each entry! We use a random number generator to choose a number and then match it to the corresponding comment, so it’s definitely in your favor to do so! :)

Giveaway closes: December 25

Be sure to enter our other giveaways!
Day 1: Perch Paper Company
Day 2: Monogram Works
Day 3: 1 Canoe 2
Day 4: Design Darling
Day 5: Moon and Lola
Day 6: Shop Memento
Day 7: Durango Boots
Day 8: Embellish Veils
Day 9: Bella Bridesmaid
Day 10: Tipsy Skipper
Day 11: Lilly Pulitzer

Southern Fried Paper is a fabulous member of the Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Carrie Costantini reply

    I liked them on FB!

  2. avatar Carrie Costantini reply

    Love this invite…here the link to my pin:

  3. avatar Laura reply

    I liked Southern Fried paper on Facebook :)

  4. avatar Laura reply

    Pinned it! link;

  5. avatar Lauren reply

    Oh My Goodness! When I saw the picture of the pink watercolor invitation I got so excited!!! I have actually been trying to recreate it with DIY.. LOT harder than I imagined. Boo. I would like mine to be the exact same but in a jade color with black ink. Maybe with a touch of gold somewhere to give just a tad of pizazz! Loved the website and liked it on Facebook :)

  6. avatar Lindsey Grigar reply

    My dream wedding inviation would be rustic with lace overlay. I love the invitation on Southern Fried Paper’s website with the doily wrapped around it!

  7. avatar Lindsey Grigar reply

    I liked the facebook page!

  8. avatar Lindsey Grigar reply

    I pinned an invitation!

  9. avatar Paige reply

    I think my ideal wedding invite would have a touch of our colors (royal blue and yellow/gold) with design elements that speak to our summer wedding. We picked the colors based on our love of our undergraduate schools and I would enjoy seeing an element from the school’s logos carried over into the design. Something classic and elegant would also be ways to describe what I’m imagining.

  10. avatar Paige reply

    Liked them on FB!

  11. avatar Allie reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on facebook!

  12. avatar Paige reply Love this one!

    Great little details on this suite!

  13. avatar Paige reply

    Posted to FB!

  14. avatar Liesl reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  15. avatar Allie reply

    My dream wedding invitation would reflect the southeern elegance theme of my wedding and tie in the setting- a former horse farm in Kentucky. I would like to work with Chelsea to create a monogram or symbol to use on all paper goods from guest bags to invitations and menus, maybe with a horseshoe. The text would be a combination of a modern text and modern calligraphy with using black, gold, and corals. I would be so excited to win this giveaway, as I have admired Chelsea’s work for months! I will be ordering my invites for my September wedding in the next few months, this would be great timing!

  16. avatar Liesl reply

    Here’s my pin!

  17. avatar Allie reply

    I repinned this invite from Southern Fried Paper to my pinterest board!

  18. avatar Liesl reply

    I’m working on designing something a little rustic with kraft paper, the greens of our wedding, and a play with some font styles. I could see it being very simple but have some ideas for some extra details, if budget allows :)

  19. avatar Meghan P reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  20. avatar Jaryn Jones reply

    Southern Fried Paper is precious. My dream wedding invite would combine traditional with something fun…maybe letterpress with gold edging or add a lace overlay or tie a thin rope ribbon.

  21. avatar Jaryn Jones reply

    Just liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  22. avatar Alice N reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on FB!

  23. avatar Alice N reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on FB.

  24. avatar Jaryn Jones reply

    Too Perfect Card –

  25. avatar Jaryn Jones reply

    Invite –

  26. avatar Elizabeth @ HobbyLobbyist reply

    Pinned it–

  27. avatar Elizabeth @ HobbyLobbyist reply

    Liked them on FB!

  28. avatar Elizabeth @ HobbyLobbyist reply

    My dream invitation is black, white, and gold letterpress in a big sweeping calligraphy. Oh, and heavy cardstock… sigh.

  29. avatar Elizabeth @ HobbyLobbyist reply

    Shared it on FB–

  30. avatar Carolyn B reply

    I would love my invites to be bright and whimsical!

  31. avatar Stephanie reply

    pinned to pinterest! and followed :-)

  32. avatar Stephanie reply

    liked on facebook!

  33. avatar Stephanie reply

    faceboook post!

  34. avatar Meghan P. reply

    I posted a link to this giveaway on Facebook here :)

  35. avatar Shannon reply

    Simplicity. Pinned:

  36. avatar Shannon reply

    My dream invitations: simple, elegant, carolina blue and Letterpressed.

  37. avatar Rand reply

    I liked the Southern Fried Paper Facebook page.

  38. avatar Dee Shore reply

    Awe! The last day! I looked forward to entering the contest daily. Thanks much ladies!
    It’s a toss up as to which will be my dream wedding invite. It would have to be something between, “Barbie & Ken” pink & black cuteness! “Robyn & Jake’s” beach postcard save the dates. OR the beautiful blue and pink Shabby Chic invites from “Sofia & Phillipe”. Mix them all up and I guess that’ll be my perfect invitation.

    I liked Southern Fried on Facebook, and I shared the contest as well. You could see it under “Share”

    I also tweeted and Pinterest the contest

    Good luck everyone!

  39. avatar Dee Shore reply

    I also followed Southern Fried on Pinterest and pinned the following images: – –

  40. avatar Deb reply

    I’m in LOVE with the simplicy of the wedding invitation for our Black Tie Wedding on the Cape in September! I can’t imagine a better way to invite our family and friends to our special day!!

  41. avatar Deb reply

    Southernfriedpaper is the best paper company name I’ve heard in a long time! I’m SMITTEN for anything Southern, Fried and amazing paper goods :)

  42. avatar Anna reply

    I would LOVE navy letterpress!!

  43. avatar Deb reply

    I’ve also “liked” Southern Fried Paper on Facebook.

  44. avatar Deb reply

    After reading all of the rave reviews of Chelsea on the Southern Fried Paper website, I know I have to have her help with my invitiations! :)

  45. avatar Meghan P. reply

    I pinned one of my favorite Southern Fried Paper designs :)

  46. avatar Bianca Andrea reply

    My dream wedding invitation would be pink & navy and preppy but cute!

  47. avatar Bianca Andrea reply

    I am a new fan of Southern Fried Paper on FB!

  48. avatar Chloe Robinson reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  49. avatar Chloe Robinson reply

    I pinned a picture from Southern Fried Paper and here is the link :

  50. avatar Chloe Robinson reply

    My dream wedding invitation would be a classic ecru invitation with black engraving and a custom monogram-classic elegance!

  51. avatar Kristyn M reply

    I’ve long admired Southern Fried Paper designs and would be over the moon if they designed my wedding invites! My dream invites include a magnolia flower either blind pressed or in light pink ink at the top, traditional wording in dark gray ink, our names in light pink and then die cut with a curved frame shape; a simple lace band to hold the invite and reply card together then tied with a light pink duponi ribbon with a small tag with our wedding website looped through the bow. Swoon!

  52. avatar Kristyn M reply

    I like Southern Fried Paper on facebook!

  53. avatar Megan McCarter reply

    I’ve liked on FB

  54. avatar Kristyn M reply

    I pinned some of my favorite SFP designs!

  55. avatar Chloe Robinson reply

    I posted a link to the contest on my facebook!

  56. avatar Megan McCarter reply

    I love the ‘I believe in Pink’ print!

  57. avatar Megan McCarter reply


  58. avatar Kristyn M reply

    I posted about it on facebook!

  59. avatar Megan McCarter reply

    I posted on fb

  60. avatar Bianca C reply

    lets just say, my perfect wedding invitations are somewhere deep in my mind! that one thing i havent figured out er, for good reason, it depends on where id have the venue, and people’s taste does change in some way or another over time :)

  61. avatar Bianca C reply

    I Liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  62. avatar Bianca C reply

    I Pinned a photo from Southern Fried Paper’s site! heres the link:

  63. avatar Laura reply

    I love the Sanchez/Hardy wedding invitation!

  64. avatar Laura reply

    The pink watercolor invitation is absolutely beautiful!

  65. avatar Jillian Wist reply

    I’m not sure what my perfect wedding invitation would look like because I haven’t decided my colors but it would be letter pressed with big calligraphy in my color scheme. Classic but with a touch of whimsy!

  66. avatar Jillian Wist reply

    I ‘loved” Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  67. avatar Sarah reply

    I love the natural look of the “Corinne and Patrick” and “Paige and J.D.” invitations. I would love something very simple with that same natural feel! Beautiful stationary!!!

  68. avatar Sarah reply

    liked on FB!

  69. avatar Sarah reply


  70. avatar Roman reply

    My dream invitations would definitely be laser-cut loveliness! Souther Fried Paper definitely have a few that fall into that category. Good luck y’all!

  71. avatar Roman reply

    Here is my pin!

  72. avatar Laura F. reply

    My dream invitations would be navy letterpress with some gorgeous calligraphy and some vintage touches. I LOVE the Southern Fried Paper invitations with the lace imprints – but that might take some convincing with my fiance!

  73. avatar Laura F. reply

    Liked on Facebook!

  74. avatar Laura F. reply


  75. avatar Carly reply

    WOW! This is some gorgeous stationary! I think I would have to mostly defer to the experts at Southern Fried Paper on my invitation design. Something southern and elegant, formal but not too stuffy. Soft and pretty. Maybe a little bit whimsical. Or pretty much just anything on their website ;)

  76. avatar Carly reply

    I liked them on facebook!

  77. avatar Carly reply

    Posted on facebook:**n

  78. avatar Carly reply


  79. avatar Marin reply

    I liked southern fried paper on facebook

  80. avatar Marin reply

    Here’s my pin–love the chevrons in the liner!

  81. avatar Marin reply

    Been struggling to get a good vision for my ideal invitations, but I know it will incorporate a simple, elegant theme with a little pop of color and whimsy–maybe in a fun envelope liner?

  82. avatar Jessica reply

    Liked on facebook!

  83. avatar Jessica reply

    My dream invitations will be a classic black and white, with lovely calligraphy, and maybe either lace or ribbon detail. Maybe silver lining in the envelope

  84. avatar Jen reply

    I love the invitation with the chevron envelope liner…a little change to the colors and it would be PERFECT!!

  85. avatar Lindsey reply

    I am looking for something modern, preppy, and to match our vineyard wedding in May.

  86. avatar Caitlin Miller reply

    I love the paper cut invitations best, but they are all beautiful!

  87. avatar Meghan Duke reply

    LIKED on Facebook

  88. avatar Meghan Duke reply

    Dream wedding invite… a classic navy & gold with script and a southern twist.

  89. avatar Meghan Duke reply

    I’m addicted to Pinterest!

  90. avatar Meghan P. reply

    My dream wedding invitation would include classic touches and gorgeous calligraphy. The invitation itself would be an aqua blue and have black & white calligraphy. The set would also include a response card with a white background and aqua and black calligraphy, along with enclosure cards similar to the invitation itself with an aqua background and black & white calligraphy. I would want them to be put together in a neutral or white envelope and tied with a bow.

  91. avatar Katie Richlick reply

    My dream wedding invite would be classic, colorful with a slight modern touch to it. It would be the invite you like to keep around for a little bit.

  92. avatar Katie Richlick reply

    I just liked Southern Friend Paper on Facebook!

  93. avatar Brittany Michelle Hughes reply

    Shared on Facebook!!/

  94. avatar Brittany Michelle Hughes reply

    I liked Southern Fried Paper on Facebook!

  95. avatar Brittany Michelle Hughes reply

    My dream invitation suite would be ivory with a simple gold monogram and flourish! Simple and elegant! I am sure Southern Fried Paper would do a wonderful job!

  96. avatar kasey hunt reply

    My dream invitations would have modern calligraphy font in silver foil letterpress and silver gold and navy tiny polka dots “falling” from the top!!

  97. avatar Jenny reply

    Repinned one of my favorite invitation designs from Chelsea’s portfolio on Pinterest:

  98. avatar Jenny reply

    My dream invitation suite would combine my fiancé’s southern (North Carolina) roots with my Chicago roots. We are having a Chicago wedding with southern touches and would love for our invitations to reflect this theme.

  99. avatar Danielle reply

    Wow – beautiful invitations on their site! My dream invitation would be letterpress – we have incorporated an ampersand into our save the dates, so I would love to have our monogram written as D&D and incorporated into a wreath motif. Also, the town where we are getting married has lot of equestrian opportunities, so I would love to incorporate that into the envelope liner. Green, white, tan linen, and pale pink are our colors, so I’d love to see those incorporated into the invitation!

  100. avatar Elizabeth McClellan reply

    My dream invitation would have a navy/yellow color scheme, chevron detailing, a monogram, and just be cute! I love all of the invitations on Southern Fried Paper’s website!

  101. avatar Elizabeth McClellan reply

    Just liked Southern Fried Paper on facebook!

  102. avatar Elizabeth McClellan reply There’s my pin to my pinterest board!

  103. avatar Amanda Hindsman reply

    Liked on Facebook!

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I know y’all already love everything Chelsea from Southern Fried Paper touches, correct? (Yep, just check out our first Ultimate Southern Challenge, where her sweet tea escort cards were a finalist!) That’s why I just know you ladies are going to die over the inspiration shoot I have for you today. It’s 100% Southern, and 100% state fair inspired. What could be more perfect as we head into fall? (I don’t know about y’all, but I am DEFINITELY looking forward to the North Carolina State Fair, which opens on October 13!) Enjoy these lovely photos from N Barrett Photography, and read on for the story behind this fun shoot!

From Chelsea:

“Fall is here, which means everyone is gearing up for Fair season! We were so inspired by the fun and excitement of the State Fair of Texas that we created an entire styled shoot around it. We used a warm color palette of yellow, orange, pink and red throughout the design.

We built an awning to shade the sweets bar and decorated it with handmade paper pinwheels and bunting. Sugar Bee Sweets designed a delicious yellow buttercream cake, accented with cascading fondant ribbons. In addition to the pies, cake, and plethora of candy there were corn dogs, pretzels and popcorn for guests wanting to snack on something savory.

The head table was “picnic chic” with a red and white table cloth, hand painted plates, and stunning floral by Bows and Arrows. Tall glass pillars were filled with popcorn and topped with pomanders made of ruffled carnations and cymbidium orchids. Smaller arrangements of dahlias and chamomile were placed in paper wrapped vintage cans. Each cocktail glass had a pennant-wrapped paper straw that doubled as a place card and each plate was topped with a mini cherry or pecan pie.

The bride held an ombre Biedermeier ranunculus bouquet with vintage velvet ribbon and wore a three tiered tulle gown by Rosa Clara.

The playful save the date by Southern Fried Paper showcased a state fair classic: the corn dog. It was backed with red gingham. The invitation featured cheery yellow stripes and vintage typography.”

The vendors who brought it all together:

Stationery and Paper Decor: Southern Fried Paper // Photography: N Barrett Photography // Cake and Sweets: Sugar Bee Sweets // Floral: Bows & Arrows // Hair, Makeup, and Wardrobe Styling: Something You Makeup Artistry // Rentals: Ducky-Bob’s // Wedding Gown: Rosa Clara

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar [email protected] reply

    I love this shoot! Such a fab job by all the vendors!!

  2. avatar Lindsey Shea reply

    These look awesome Natalie!

  3. avatar Bri reply

    Love Love Love all of it!!! ( and so glad Natalie is my wedding photographer!) :)

  4. avatar natalie s reply

    thanks for the feature! I really love all the wonderfully creative things that the girls put together!!

  5. avatar Marissa reply

    Love this shoot! So much fun and definitely makes me want a corn dog… asap!

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Sending out a call for the ultimate Southern anything reminds me of just how many goodies we take pride in in the South. For example, we’ve gone a whole week without featuring a sweet tea concept, and it’s difficult to get more Southern than that! Luckily, Chelsea from Southern Fried Paper is here to set us straight with her adorable escort cards. Thanks also to After Yes for planning the display, and Sarah Kate, Photographer, for the lovely images!

From Chelsea:

“What’s more Southern than sweet tea?! We crafted small paper envelopes of tea with names and table assignments on the front of each. After guests find their name, they can sip a big glass of Southern sweet tea as they find their seat!”

Thanks so much, ladies! Readers, if you love this idea, be sure to let us know in the comments! And remember, you’re welcome to give a vote of support to more than one concept.

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Raine reply

    LOVE this! such a sweet idea!

  2. avatar Erin reply

    What a cute idea! I like the inclusion of a pre-dinner drink, too! A little “self-serve,” interactive escort card!

  3. avatar Shelby reply

    Love the sweet peach tea! Makes me thirsty for some right now…

  4. avatar Corinne reply

    Absolutely LOVE this idea! What a cute way to display the names and the tea at the same time!!

  5. avatar Lisa reply

    LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. Southern Fried Paper makes the cutest stuff!!!

  6. avatar Juliana reply

    Love! love love! I could go for a glass right now!

  7. avatar Sara reply

    I love love love this idea! It almost makes me want to reconsider our buffet dinner without assigned seats, so I can use escort cards

  8. avatar Amanda reply

    So cute! I love the straws and the fresh sliced apples!

  9. avatar Susie reply

    Such a clever and creative way to use the namecards!

  10. avatar Julia reply

    What a darling idea and beautiful presentation!

  11. avatar Susie reply

    Great idea! I love that it’s not just a plain ‘ole name card … and who doesn’t love sweet tea!?

  12. avatar Wendy reply

    Love these! Chelsey is so talented!

  13. avatar Raelee Merrill reply

    This one definitely gets my vote!

  14. avatar Catie Ronquillo reply

    LOVE what Southern Fried Paper & After Yes have put together. Love me some Southern Sweet Tea :)

  15. avatar Angela Rollins reply

    They are great and their invites are amazing!

  16. avatar Mark reply

    What a great idea! Just another example of the extraordinary work that Southern Fried Paper does.

  17. avatar Luke reply

    Really nice, like the southern style!

  18. avatar Debbie Parker reply

    Chelsea from Southern Fried Paper!!

  19. avatar Shelley reply

    can’t get any more southern than that! Darling!

  20. avatar Lauren reply

    Oh my gosh!! This is adorable!

  21. avatar MLH reply

    I love me some Southern Fried Paper!

  22. avatar Brad reply

    What a nifty idea! You would’t soon forget the wedding you attended with sweat tea escort cards!

  23. avatar mitchell reply

    great set up reminds me of back home… classic southern weddings!

  24. avatar Mitchell reply

    Great set up… classic southern wedding!

  25. avatar Gary P reply

    Nice, very niiiiice! Very talented.

  26. avatar Beth reply

    What a great idea!!

  27. avatar Rita reply

    OH… this idea! Loving me some peach tea and wanting some right now!!!

  28. avatar Jim reply

    What an awesome idea! I got married this summer and I wish we would have seen this before hand..would have fit right in our reception.

  29. avatar Stephanie reply

    Southern fried paper makes the cutest things. I have ordered from them a couple of times and LOVE their work everytime!

  30. avatar Stephanie reply

    I have ordered from Southern Fried Paper different items for my wedding. I loved everything they did and will continue to order from them!

  31. avatar Hickman reply

    Awesome looking invitations. Would be more than happy to have this at my wedding.

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  33. avatar Jay reply

    Brilliant Idea, looks great!

  34. avatar Billy reply

    What a fresh and creative new idea using an old Southern theme!

  35. avatar Nolan reply

    What a creative idea! Unique and full of personality and creativity, but still functional. Love it.

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  37. avatar Beckie reply

    Great idea, beautifully put together. Who doesn’t love sweet tea? I’m using this entire setting when I plan my wedding. After Yes, we’ll be in touch!

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  39. avatar Sharon reply

    Love this idea! I’ll be DIYing this soon!!

  40. avatar Debbi reply

    Love the bow times. Bow ties are in style again. My husband wears them all the time!

  41. avatar Darby reply

    I don’t think you can get more southern than this! Great job Southern Fried Paper!

  42. avatar Sharon reply

    I think this is the ultimate southern idea. Creative, homey, casual yet elegant. The epitome of southern style. I vote for Sweet Tea.

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  44. avatar Laurien reply

    I cannot tell you how much I wish I was a Southerner!! Alas, I am from New Zealand and fell in love with your blog a little while ago : ) Is there any way you can send me a recipe for good sweet tea? It looks SO yummy but every time I’ve tried to make it I fail miserably…

    • avatar Brittany reply

      Laurien: Hi Laurien! I am from Australia, and my mum is a Kiwi! she lived in the deep South for about 6 years as a young lass (and was legally adopted by a Southern family) and so consequently I have grown up with alot of Southern traditions, cooking, stories and memories! I feel a kinship, and so consequently I am going to have a few select Southern touches at my wedding in March. Sweet Tea will be one of them!

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