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What it means to be a Southern lady... (Note: Good manners and a sense of humor required) 
Former editor and consummate Southern lady Ann Dorer shares her thoughts on what it means to be a Southern lady.
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A cheerful space for sweet conversations and a little bird watching revival. #PorchPictureThursday
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Celebrate the fruits of summer with our Lemon Pound Cake. Topped with fresh berries and limoncello cream, this dessert is as pretty as it is delicious. http://bit.ly/SLLemonPoundCake
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Catch our sister post on The Birmingham Bride and get fresh ideas for wedding season!
The twists and turns of the calligrapher’s pen communicate an artistic thoughtfulness. In our digital age, those hand-drawn…
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Creative inspiration for an elegant wedding paper suite from Holly Hollon!
Calligrapher Holly Hollon shares her tips for the best ways brides can communicate with their designers and achieve a classic wedding paper suite.
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“We wanted to show a different kind of beauty,” explains designer Jolie Benson of the seersucker frocks at Jolie and Elizabeth.
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Be sure to include goodies like layered banana puddings and homemade sweet potato chips in your Memorial Day plans! http://bit.ly/SLPicnic
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Get outside this Memorial Day weekend and enjoy a pretty (and delicious) picnic! 
Pull out the blankets and make way for an extra special summer picnic. Try this delicious yet simple menu and use our fresh ideas for easy transportation.
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Poppy growing tip from @1956blooms: If the flowers aren’t opening up as quickly as you’d like, simply peel off the outer shell and put it in water. They open right up!
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Outfit a covered outdoor space with practical furniture and for added warmth, include the decorative elements of a home—framed artwork, outdoor lamps, curtains, and seasonal pillows. http://bit.ly/SLOutdoorEntertaining
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When isn't a good time for a slice of Lemon Cream Pie? http://bit.ly/SLLemonCreamPie
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Get creative with your cupcake presentation! Create a tropical scene by using a pan with square-shaped cakes and make sweet “sand” out of crushed graham crackers. http://bit.ly/SLKeyLimeCupcakes
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Southern at heart is what defines a Southern Lady!
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Founded in 1999, Southern Lady Magazine is a bimonthly publication that celebrates, delights, and inspires women who live in the South—and those who are simply Southern at heart. We focus on the joys of heart and home and the art of gracious living. We strive to bring a bit of Southern hospitality into the lives of each and every reader. While we Southern women move forward in today’s world, we also hold tightly to the culture of the South. We remember our roots, treasure our traditions, and cherish our families.