The White Magnolia

Callie and Charlie’s love story begins in a barn. Callie Bowlin grew up in the one-light town of Livingston, Louisiana, riding four wheelers, swimming in ponds and cheering on a competitive squad. “My mom always told me I was a weird mixture of a tomboy and a girly girl,” Callie explains.  Charlie Richardson was born in

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Let Them Eat Cake

YOUR WEDDING CAKE should be two things: beautiful and delicious. Some brides choose ornate confections while others opt for a much simpler “less is more” approach for their wedding day desserts. Either way, we are loving these wedding cake trends for 2017. Naked Cakes Naked Cakes with their exposed layers are the perfect examples of

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Destin-ation Weddings

WITH OVER 25 years of experience in the travel industry, Stephanie Miller Murphy decided three years ago to open her own boutique travel consulting company, Travel with Stephanie, which specializes in luxury travel and custom international travel. According to Stephanie, the top reasons couples choose destination weddings are ease of planning, cost-effectiveness and amount of

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58 days…

We are 58 days from the wedding now and I’m not sure where all the time has gone. I find myself: -Buying little gifts that I knew I had to get for people but I completely forgot about -Picking out songs for the ceremony and first dances (much more difficult than it sounds) -Attempting to

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Wedding Cake Trends

Wedding cake trends for 2014 are  far from ornate. Instead, brides seem to be opting for a much simpler “less is more” approach for their wedding day desserts. 1. Tiny Cakes: These pint-sized, one- or two-tiered beauties are being seen both on their own and as the centerpiece for a larger “dessert table” featuring different

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