Southern Living Weddings Magazine & Giveaway

Mar 22 2012

We adore the charm and traditions of Southern weddings around here, so when we were asked to review the special weddings issue from Southern Living, I was happy to oblige. Full of stylish elements and lovely photography, there really are 120 pages of bridal inspiration to peruse.

Some notable highlights include: 11 Southern time-honored wedding traditions, wedding day style tips, wedding pro tips, 25 gorgeous real weddings {replete with thoughts & advice from the bride}, color palette ideas, couture cakes, beautiful bouquets and recommended honeymoon hotspots. A wonderful resource–truly. And, you don’t have to be a Southern bride to enjoy it or be inspired by the many fab ideas!

Want one? We’re giving one away. Just leave one comment on this post why you love Southern Weddings and you’re entered! We’ll pick a random winner on Monday morning {3/26/12}.

Southern Living Weddings Magazine 2012 polaroid

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Giveaway Rules: Enter by leaving one comment on this post TODAY thru SUNDAY.  Giveaway ends morning of 3/26/12.

* Priced at $11.99 {US}, this special weddings issue is only on newsstands through April 6th.

Disclaimer: Southern Living Weddings sent us 2 free magazines–one for review and one for giveaway.  It is not a sponsored post and Truly Engaging Blog receives no other compensation for this review.

 

 

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20 thoughts on “Southern Living Weddings Magazine & Giveaway

  1. I am currently living in Chicago where everything is so fast paced.  A lot of my family is still down south and it makes me miss the calmness that comes with the South.  Not only the scenery but the people as well.  Everyone is polite and generous, not something we get up here in Chicago.  This cover reminds me of the polite people and way of life that the South offers.  

  2. I love southern weddings because we have the most beautiful venues!  I am planning my very own southern wedding now and it is so much fun!

  3. i love everything about the South and would love to have a Southern Wedding. My dream is to live in the south and have a beautiful home, that would be after having a beautifu;l southern weeding on the banks of the Mississippi or the the backyard of a beautiful Southern Victorian home.

  4. I love Southern Weddings because we have good southern food & we know how to have fun!  ;) I am a North Carolina Bride planning my wedding now & I wouldn’t want to have my wedding anywhere else other than in the South!

  5. I love Southern Weddings because they have the BEST ideas for weddings in the South. :-) I’m planning my wedding for August in Kentucky and would LOVE some Southern inspiration from only the best! Great giveaway. :-)

  6. Why I love Southern Weddings is right on the cover: Classic Style. Always a great combination of traditional but modern while maintaining timeless beauty.

  7. I love Southern Weddings! They have the best ideas from actual brides. I relocated to North Carolina from Illinois 4 years ago and couldn’t imagine having my wedding anywhere but the south!

  8. I adore Southen Weddings because of the wonderful traditions and the great southern charm.  I also love the advice which is very welcomed as I plan my Deep Southern New Orleans wedding. :)

  9. I am a Southern bride and I would love to see the creative things Southern Weddings has come up with for this issue!

  10. Wish there was a LOVE button for anything Southern Living publishes..The wedding flowers are Gorgeous!

  11. Southern LIving does everything right!  Cakes, flowers, decor – what a beautiful wedding it will be.

  12. RANDOM WINNER: Craig

    Congratulations Craig! I’ll email you this morning to get your address. Thanks everyone for entering …

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