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Add Polish to Your Southern Bridal Look with a Monogrammed Veil

With our brides’ penchant for monogramming anything that will stop moving, we thought we’d seen it all when it comes to those three stylish letters – but it turns out we can still be surprised! 71 more words

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trend | little love notes

Pinterest is just filled with brilliance. Seriously, this site is like my crazy creatively fueled mind on steroids. I admit, I don’t think of my future non-existent wedding often because it is just that — I’m not engaged, no planning to do, and I’m pretty happy at this point in my hectic life. 333 more words

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Virginia Barn Wedding with Colorful Flowers

It may be cold in the South right now, but the gorgeous sunshine and bright colors at Brittney and Nathan’s wedding have me more than ready for spring! 678 more words

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recap | the big fake wedding dallas

We have been dying to share photos from the first ever Big Fake Wedding in Dallas last month and today we finally get to! This was such an amazing event full of incredibly talented vendors and we were so ecstatic to be invited to participate as one of three event designers. 183 more words

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Six Wedding Photographers You Should Know in Virginia

Our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory is chock-full of the best wedding vendors a bride (or groom) south of the Mason-Dixon could ask for. Today, we’re sharing a few of our favorite… 331 more words

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baby's breath crowns

Creating baby’s breath flower crowns for a wedding in New Orleans this weekend.

My unhelpful helper.

Spent more time eating baby’s breath than assisting.

Delicate details.

Adjustable with silk ribbon.

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Mary Christin & John's Wedding

I’m so excited to share Mary Christin and John’s wedding with you. I liked Mary Christin from the moment I met her. She made it very clear to me that she wanted her wedding to be all about she and John’s love for each other, with only close family attending the wedding. 166 more words

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