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The Southern Weddings ladies are enjoying some rest and relaxation with our families at the moment, but we wanted to take the next few days to highlight some of our absolute favorite details and moments from 2012 real weddings. To begin, bouquets!

Colorful bloom with a striped ribbon bouquet by Peplum Events and Design: photo by Michelle March from Mariangelix + Steven’s wedding.

Blush peony and garden rose bouquet by Rose Golden Flowers: photo by 509 Photo from Kelsey + Evan’s wedding.

Peony, rose, and satin ribbon bouquets by Meade Wenzel: photo by Magnolia Pair from Caroline + John’s wedding.

“Mini daisy” bouquet by Amaryllis: photo by Jacqueline Campbell from Katie + Mike’s wedding.

Rose, dahlia, Queen Anne’s lace, and winterberry bouquet: photo by Caroline Joy from Audrey + Jordan’s wedding.

Sweetpea, lisianthus, stock, rose, and Queen Anne’s lace bouquet with burlap wrap: photo by White Rabbit Studios from Elizabeth + Michael’s wedding.

Pink peony and rose bouquet with a rhinestone cuff by Dana’s Floral Design: photo by Kim Box from Crystal + Trip’s wedding.

Cotton bolls, freesia, stephanotis, and roses bouquet: photo by Stephen DeVries from Turner + Forrest’s wedding.

Garden roses, ranunculus, tulip, and gilded greenery bouquet by Sweet Sunday Events: photo by Christina Carroll from Austin + Steven’s wedding.

Peonies, Queen Anne’s lace, astilbe, vine, and berry bouquet by Aria Florals and photo by Angela Cox from Liz + Josh’s wedding.

Michelle March and Caroline Joy are fabulous members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    The first bouquet with the striped ribbon is my hands-down favorite

  2. avatar Dee Shore reply

    Pink peony’s have become one of my favorite flowers along with Plumerias and Hibiscus. They are just beautiful and romantic.

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Today’s Southern Spotting is a gorgeous gardenia bouquet!

To me, gardenias are one of the most quintessentially Southern blooms, and they’re one of the prettiest flowers to feature in a bouquet, too. I love that Lauren paired the more structured gardenia with loose and lovely peonies!

Lauren’s hair and makeup was done by Kymm McLean, and these lovely photos were taken at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte. BIG thanks to Leslie and Matt from Elizabeth Scott Photography for letting us feature their work! You can see even more from this pretty session on their blog.

Want even more Southern goodness? Check out these past Spotting posts:
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Elizabeth Scott Photography is a sponsor of Southern Weddings.

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Kelly Sauer reply

    The gardenias are PERFECT with that dress!

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