A touch of golf, a stunning sunset and a little Disney magic all came together in this beautiful Charlotte wedding!
Southern weddings are glorious celebrations of love and style. From over the top weddings to those on a shoestring budget, these soirees showcase the best of family, friendship and traditions ... even if they are new traditions. Each month we showcase a wedding from around the South in our Wedding Wednesdays series.
Held at Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, this wedding was a dream come true!
In the gentle ocean breeze, under looming live oak branches draped in Spanish moss, Holly and Ryan said “I do” in their dream wedding at Sea Island, Georgia.
The Palmers didn’t break the bank to have the wedding of their dreams. Their special day was filled with love and laughter, making it a day they won’t soon forget.
Sometimes love is right in front of you … and it’s been there for years. That’s what Elaina and Zach found out, and we have their gorgeous wedding — and love story — for you today!
The Henderson Beach Resort & Spa was the perfect location for Caroline Spencer and Jay Robbins to get hitched. Take a look at this destination wedding!
To make their dollars count, this socially conscious couple chose a venue that gives back to the community. Be inspired by their young love and strong values.
They’ve known each other for quite some time, but the timing wasn’t right. Now, Mary Brette Clippard and Cook Wylly are enjoying their happily ever after as husband and wife!
A Southern couple — and a few of their near and dear — ties a very non-traditional knot in Havana, Cuba. Learn the details and check out the amazing photos from their special occasion.
Heather Pujol and Ryan Cuffee exchanged vows and celebrated their nuptials with 100 friends and family at The Bridge Building in Nashville. Take a look at the details of their December wedding!
It’s another Wedding Wednesday at StyleBlueprint, and we’re excited to share these five Southern weddings that set the stage for happily ever after.
Nestled in the breathtaking grandeur of the Carolina foothills, an intimate gathering of friends and family celebrated Mary Austill and John’s love.