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Spring is in the air... And so are weddings!

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I can always tell when spring arrives.  It usually starts with full blown allergy attacks in my house. Honestly, I could care less. I can handle any amount of allergies if it means winter is on its way out and warmer, sunnier weather is on its way in. Warmer weather also ushers in many outdoor activities including, weddings and picnics.

Our first wedding issue last year was our biggest and since Wilson Living is all about outdoing what we’ve already done you can expect our second annual wedding issue to be even better. If you are looking for ideas for planning your big day, you DO NOT want to miss this issue! We will cover everything from flowers to food and traditional to contemporary ceremonies.

If you’d like to announce your engagement or wedding to the masses, please email us so we can make sure and include it in this very special issue. Space is limited, so get your announcement in as soon as possible. Email your information to info@wilsonlivingmagazine.com

In the May/June issue Wilson Living will be updating you on brides featured in last year’s wedding issue including Casey Horne Johnson.  And newlywed Jill Wagoner who shared her wedding story with readers last year will be sharing her sister’s love story for this year’s wedding issue. 

We will have more than just weddings in the May/June issue. Because spring is around the corner, a lot of folks are anxious to get outside and get busy in their yards. You’ll not want to miss our interview with Gardens on Main owner, Jason Moles as he shares with readers everything you  need to know to get the outside of your home as beautiful as the inside. It doesn’t have to be hard or expensive to create an outdoor living space you’ll be proud to show off.

Did you know that we have a resident in Wilson County that was a huge part of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver? Lebanon resident and owner of Fire Pit Art, Rick Wittrig,  made a steel globe that burned brightly at the Olympic Games in Vancouver. His fire pit was the centerpiece in the courtyard where the athletes were housed. Fire Pit Art offers high quality handcrafted steel fire pits with unique designs to enhance any outdoor environment.  Wittrig will share his story of how Fire Pit Art got started and what makes his designs environmentally friendly.

Until next time, keep reading!

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