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Inspiration + Personal Growth, Weddings

November 10, 2016

Drawing Inspiration from Southern Weddings V8

Oh happy day, y’all! Southern Weddings V9 officially launches today, and she’s gorgeous. I got my copy in the mail last weekend and was so delighted that the release date coincided so well with my recent engagement. To join in the festivity, I am sharing my favorite editorial inspiration pulled from their last issue.

Our Kentucky Home


 I especially love the pie bar, the mismatched groomsmen, and their bowties. View the original post here.

Equestrian Elegance


The blue ribbon-inspired escort cards are my favorite part of this editorial. Her bouquet is beautiful and her gown is unique and dreamy, and the stationery is simple and elegant. View the original post here.

Texas Sweethearts

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 This is my favorite Southern Weddings editorial to date. The farm tables, the chambray accents, the tea towels, every detail ties together so beautifully. I really like the neutral mismatched bridesmaids dresses, too! View the original post here.

Love Preserved


 How cute is that pig?! I’m just a bit smitten. This shoot is so dreamy, with the soft lighting, the watercolor details, and the Southern charm of the mason jar display. View the original post here.

For further inspiration, view digital copies of past issues of Southern Weddings here.

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