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Time is now to be part of bridal edition

The 2021 bridal edition of Franklin Living has a lot to live up to, and the time is now for 2020 brides to sign up to be a part of it.

Our 2021 bridal edition will hit the racks Jan. 6 as we settle into a shiny new year. Among our usual great features and columns, we will feature our annual special section spotlighting the beautiful weddings of Franklin County couples.

Everyone’s wedding is subtly-yet-stunningly different. Just as every couple brings their own values, traditions, dreams and beliefs to the marriage, so does each bride and groom mold their wedding to make their special day one that is uniquely “them.” Whether that means a small gathering with family, a large fete, a destination wedding or a secret elopement – or, perhaps more likely this year, a socially-distanced wedding the likes of which has never been seen before – the beautiful thing about a wedding ceremony is the way it reflects the couple committing themselves to each other.

We want to share your story and help you immortalize it forever within the pages of Franklin Living magazine.

We want to feature as many brides as we can, so make sure to tell your recently-wed friends to get in touch. Deadline is the end of November to be featured in this very special edition. Email alison.james@franklincountytimes.com to sign up or get more information.

Have another wedding-related story idea? Maybe you’re familiar with a little-known venue, or your aunt is a small-time wedding cake baker. Maybe you created your own floral displays and want to share your tips and tricks. If you have a story idea, we want to hear it!

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