Now presenting: our annual bridal edition

Today Franklin Living is releasing, featuring our special bridal section – along with a whole slate of other great content.

If you’re a newspaper subscriber, you received the magazine inserted in your newspaper today. If you’re not a newspaper subscriber – well, first of all, why ever not? Make my day and subscribe, won’t you?

Secondly, though, we have plenty of extra copies of the magazine at our office. Come on by and get some.

As I note in my letter in the magazine, it’s so fitting to me that our special bridal edition is the January/February issue each year, coinciding with Valentine’s Day. It’s the season of love. Though sometimes the world feels dark and gray this time of year, with the end of the holiday season, a focus on love brings a little joy back into our days, doesn’t it?

This edition features three beautiful brides, giving us all a peek into their relationships and the day they said, “I do.” It also includes a story of love and horses, marriage advice from local ministers, great romance reading recommendations, recipes for Tex-Mex treats and more – including a big feature on Russellville’s new Downtown Collective.

Every year it’s an anxious flurry to get this magazine to press amidst the holiday frenzy, but once again, I think we pulled it off. I hope you’ll agree. I hope you’ll enjoy leafing through each page. We’re proud to make the bridal edition part of our annual rotation of Franklin Living themes.

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