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This Elegant Texas Wedding Is Full Of Southern Charm

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    Launched in 2012, Lover.ly aims to make the dog-eared folder of magazine clippings a thing of the past for brides-to-be. The digital wedding channel, which makes the planning process more simple, is bringing everything from charming real weddings to expert advice on all things bridal right to R29.
    This southern couple (the bride is from Texas and the groom is from North Carolina, where they live) were wed in a pretty pastel wedding in Ft. Worth. According to the bride, they were both college athletes who met through Bible study at UNC; on their first date, they went out for a milkshake.

    They used Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 as the central piece for their 80-guest ceremony and headed back down the aisle at the end of the wedding to “O Happy Day.”

    Because they were planning from a distance, they gave the bride's mom free reign with the design and details, and she put together a gorgeous day filled with sweet details. We love all of it, but the vintage hankies and their pretty cake table were especially memorable.

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