It’s no secret that the south has our heart. Give us sweet tea in mason jars, bow tie-clad gents, and warm hospitality any day. We just can’t imagine life any other way. Knowing this, is it any surprise that we’d be over the moon for a southern-detail-filled wedding?
While it’s not always easy to define what makes the south feel like home, we think it may have something to do with the people, food, and culture; and today’s board is inspired by just a few southern favorites. Dapper young gents, sweet tea popsicles, cotton details, biscuits and preserves, chickens (oh my word, the chickens!!!), and a whole lot of love. Dixie, this one’s for you!
What other southern details would you (or did you) make a part of your wedding day?
Photo Credit: couple with chickens by Virgil Bunao, barn by Eric Kelley via Grey Likes Weddings, burying the Bourbon via PhotoLadyLove, southern print via Southern Weddings Shop, cotton bouquet by Sweet Tea Photography and Petal’s Edge Floral Design, banjo groom’s cake by Tim Will via Southern Weddings, Cokes by Kate Triano via Southern Weddings, wellies by Lindsay Madden Photography via Style Me Pretty, boutonniere by K&K Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bible by A Bryan Photo, invitation by Heather Cook Elliott Photography via Style Me Pretty, sweet tea popsicles by Eric Kelley Photography via Southern Weddings, gentleman’s corner by Kate Harris Weddings via Southern Weddings, biscuits and preserves by Ulmer Studios via Southern Weddings, ring bearer (original source unknown), monogrammed memento by Christina Carroll Photography via Style Me Pretty