The Southeastern Bride is a collection of state-by-state blogs that serve to offer inspiration for beautiful beginnings and celebration of homemade marriages. We strive to do this by providing beautiful images, talented vendors, examples of real love, and time tested recipes. Each blog is a standalone resource with only real weddings from the state and the vendors you find on each state are excited to serve your area. The Southeastern Bride is the main page which houses the entire collection of blogs. The new states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Of course, nothing is changing about Tennessee.
I created The Southeastern Bride to be a meaningful resource. A place where brides can come to find inspiration and connect with vendors from their own neck of the woods. A place where there is no wading through national advertising to find real and helpful resources local to them. Beyond serving brides, The Southeastern Bride is also focused on helping talented artists and vendors reach and connect with their own local audience.
This all began with the success of The Tennessee Bride. With so many wonderful emails wishing that other states had such an easy to use state dedicated website like The Tennessee Bride, I wanted to be able to provide this service to other states, reaching out to their brides and vendors. I am beyond grateful for this opportunity to serve and be a resource for both brides and wedding vendors.
I hope that you enjoy The Southeastern Bride and will join in as it grows!
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The Tennessee Bride began one night when I couldn't fall asleep. Four years ago when our first daughter Addison was born I left my day job in the medical field to become a stay at home mom. I had already been playfully dabbling with photography and over the next several years continued to do a bit of photography here and there. I realized that as a photographer I was more often than not also directing the flow of the day at weddings I worked. Out of that adventure was born a wedding business providing wedding coordination and director services. Then a second baby girl was born in 2014 and I slowed down yet again; still feeling as though I hadn't found my niche. But, then one night laying beside a sweet, restless girl the entire culmination of odd jobs hit me like a brick. With my experiences in business, photography, and as a writer and with my love of visual inspiration was born The Tennessee Bride.