Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Spotted: Southern Weddings V4

When I saw the ladies of Southern Weddings open up the pre-ordering season for the latest volume of their magazine, I decided that I had waited long enough to have the glossy in my little Yankee hands and it was finally time to flip through the pages myself. Of course I've been a frequent visitor of the SW blog and prided myself on keeping up with the Twitter chatter coming out of their office for a while. But now that I've had Southern Weddings as primetime reading material for a couple weeks, I can say I'm an even bigger fan of the Southern Weddings brand.

I've gone through V4 and hand picked some of my favorite images from the issue. My iPhone doesn't do the real things justice, so make sure to see them in all their printed glory in the actual mag.

Large tufts of baby's breath on reception tables.

The green stripes are very Kate Spade, don't you think?

A china display seating chart. Genius.

This blue and white dress gives the illusion of seersucker and has a train that goes on for days.

A brunch and punch reception outfitted with hanging mugs.

Busted: I'm a sucker for seersucker, especially this bouquet wrap.

A cake totally covered in a thick layer of coconut - lots of texture and surely delicious.

No table cloth needed for this farm table. Thought the black chairs and bright florals gave it a very modern twist.

Have you had a chance to pick up or order the latest from Southern Weddings yet? What did you like the most from the issue?


  1. Thank you so much for your sweet words! We're so glad you love it! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. I so wish I could get Southern Weddings over here in Ireland. It's miles ahead of anything we have here, am swooning in my seat - the punch glasses, the stripy bridesmaids, the seersucker! Marissa if you're reading this comment, any chance you could set me up a subscription to little old ireland??? pretty please!!

  3. Lovely! I haven't had a chance to check out a copy myself yet.

  4. Great picks! I love seersucker on grown men myself :)

  5. I love the hanging mugs at the punch and brunch reception and the farm table. The seersucker gown was nice too!!

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