We were thrilled to have not one, but TWO, real weddings in this year's Southern Living Weddings magazine!  Published once a year, Southern Living selects only 25 real weddings to feature, so this is a huge honor.  The magazine is on shelves nationwide, and we are always flattered by the texts and messages we received from friends spotting the magazine outside of the South too!

Jen & Jay's spring wedding at George Washington's River Farm in Alexandria, VA was one of our favorites of the year. We worked with an all-star team of wedding vendors to design a casual but elegant wedding celebration for this amazing couple.  With an ever-so-subtle nod to the song they first danced to the night they met, Van Morrison's Tupelo Honey,  Jen & Jay's wedding was a sweet as the two of them!

Blair & Ben's New Orleans wedding at the New Orleans Museum of Art was another favorite of the 2012 wedding season.   From the Soul Rebels who kept the dance floor packed, to famed Leah Chase's soulful sounds, to the art exhibits surrounding us, Blair & Ben's wedding was full of Southern culture!   What an incredible duo Blair & Ben are too - we so loved designing and planning their NOLA wedding!

Thank you again to the wonderful vendors on both of these weddings who helped bring our design ideas to life!  And a huge thank you to Southern Living Weddings for once again including us in their amazing publication.

Jen & Jay's Photographer was Abby Jiu Photography.  Ben & Blair's Photographer was Jodi Miller Photography.  Images in this post via Southern Living Weddings.



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