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Our Blue Ribbon Vendors are some of the best in the South — of that there’s no question. And by best, we don’t just mean that they excel at their chosen craft, whether it be photography or planning (though they do), but that each is a kind, patient, creative individual who is just bursting to help you make a meaningful beginning to your married life. Please say hello to a few of our newest additions, including several wonderful venues!

Barrington Hill is a private equestrian estate in Florida that has opened their doors for select weddings! Their gorgeous oaks and manor house are the perfect setting for happy nuptials.

CJ’s Off the Square in Franklin, TN provides the best of both worlds — a gorgeous garden venue, and a talented, big-hearted full planning team.

George Street Photo is a talented, passionate group of photographers in Texas who specialize in photojournalistic coverage of your wedding day.

Christi, Lindsay, and Veda make up the Atlanta-based team of Godwink Brides, and all three specialize in natural light photography.

I’m so happy to introduce Grey Snail Press to you today, because J created the invitations for my dear friend Jackie, who is getting married this weekend! I love her casual cursive style.

I love that the work of Huz from Kreative Angle manages to be both dramatic and hearfelt at the same time. He is based in Houston.

RiverOaks Charleston specializes in “event setting and story telling” (by the river and under the oaks, no less), and they do it with an talented planning and floral team that can handle “everything but the dress.”

We recently had the pleasure of working with Raleigh-based Twenty-One Films on a behind-the-scenes film for V6, and I can say that they are as delightful and talented in person as you’d guess from their online presence!

Still on the hunt for your perfect Southern vendors? Check out our whole crop here! Vendors, if you’re interested in applying, please fill out this form and we’ll be in touch!

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Lily @BarringtonHill reply

    So excited to be part of the Southern Weddings Family. Love Y’all!

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From Sara, one of our summer interns:

Happy Saturday, y’all! This joyful wedding video from Twenty-One Films is chock-full of happiness and a whole bunch of love. Filled to the brim with elegant details and Southern charm, Julia + Derek’s outdoor wedding is truly ‘all smiles’ – the love and admiration that this couple shares – with each other as well as their family and friends – shines through every second of this five-minute film. With its tender moments (their pre-ceremony letter exchange gave me chills!) and abundance of laughter, I know this film’s resounding joy and radiating love will leave you beaming for the rest of the weekend!

From the bride:

Derek and I met at a wedding shower. To say that we were instantly and immediately attracted to one another would be an understatement. I believe in The Lord’s placement of people at certain times in our lives, and Derek and I meeting when we did was nothing short of His exceptional planning. Within no time, Derek and I both knew our fate was sealed and that we had found our soul mate in one another! After 16 months of dating, Derek got down on one knee and proposed at The Biltmore House with a gorgeous ring that belonged to his late grandmother. My heart melted and with much excitement and joy, we began to plan our next journey.

We knew we wanted an outdoor wedding venue and ended up choosing The Sutherland because of its rustic, Southern charm. We loved the beautiful eighteenth century home, the gardens and the large oaks and magnolias. I wanted a vintage, Southern feel for our big day, which included elements like my elegant lace gown, a variety of antique glass jars and bottles spread all over the venue, chicken and waffle appetizers, and Arnold Palmer Firefly sweet tea spiked cocktail beverages in mason jars with whimsical straws. Our first dance was to “Love Your Love the Most” by Eric Church and I threw on my cowboy boots during the reception. It was a magical, emotional and fun-filled day that neither of us will ever forget. Every time I looked around that evening, our guests were smiling, laughing, dancing and enjoying the celebration of the two of us uniting as one. What more could a couple ask for than to celebrate with all the ones we love?

You can see all of our wedding films here!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Hawaii Wedding Planner reply

    This is an absolutely beautiful location to have a wedding! Love everything about it!

  2. avatar Ken reply

    Beautiful wedding!

  3. avatar Gary Price reply

    What a fabulous video that really captures a fantastic, beautiful day. Congratulations again, Julia and Derek. Great videography – allowed us to see some details we would normally miss. Tracy and I watched it over and over.

  4. avatar Kat reply

    beautiful wedding … beautiful video!!!

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