Sneak Peak! Outtake Photos From Our Latest Fashion Story!


Say hello to the newest magazine! It’s not only gorgeous, but full of secrets to help you have the most amazing wedding, stunning cake photos and some of the prettiest flowers ever.

Lucky for you the best part (and my personal fav) is the fashion story and we’ve got a sneak peak of the whole thing to share! Check out all the outtake photos (below) from our uber-talented photographer, Elizabeth Messina. I may be biased since I love fashion and dream about wedding dresses, but these are breathtaking. Elizabeth captured every delicate detail of lace on the Claire Pettibone sleeves and every inch of sparkle on the Liancarlo gown. If you love the color pink then you have to see the ombre dyed Mark Zunino and sexy Manolo Blahniks! I want to know what you think so comment below or tweet me @heatherhallm!

Big thanks to the fabulous team for bringing the set to life. Jeni Maus of Found Vintage Rentals provided the unique decor that paired beautifully with the florals designs of Kat Flower by Kathleen Hyppolite. It was pulled together by fashion stylist, Catherine Sheppard, and makeup artist, Erin Skipley.

View the slideshow below and pick up the latest copy of The Knot!

RIGHT: Rivini by Rita Vinieris gown,; Twigs and Honey exclusive bridal cap,; LEFT: Gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark earrings,
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Add a pop of color to a classic white gown with a vibrant bouquet.

Mark Zunino gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark ring,; earrings,
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Romantic watercolors translate into a sexy, slit gown.

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A rosebud wreath and bouquet help to create an extra-romantic look.

RIGHT: Hayley Paige gown,; earrings,; LEFT: Gown,; earrings and ring,; headpiece,
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Wear a floral fascinator with a hint of something blue for a stylish statement.

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Vintage decor and delicate flowers make for the prettiest pictures.

RIGHT: Gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark earrings, engagement ring, and bracelet,; veil,
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Elegant jewelry and delicate petals are a lovely touch.

RIGHT: Gown,; earrings,; LEFT: Gown,; earrings,; headpiece,
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Sheer cap sleeves and floral details provide a soft and sweet look.

Gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark earrings,
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Floral crown wreaths paired with a blush gown are the perfect combination.

Gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark earrings and engagement ring,
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Crystal embellishments stand out as much as any bold hue.

Gown,; earrings,
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Sultry sheers and black shades is the ultimate in understated chic.

Mark Zunino gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark ring,; earrings,
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For a glamorous look, make a splash with a feathered shrug in similar ombre.

Gown,; pumps,
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Rock your favorite colored pumps to add personality under your gown.

Gown,; Rahaminov for Forevermark earrings, engagement ring and bracelet,; veil,
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A simple rhinestone veil speaks volumes with a beautifully embellished gown.

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>Buy the newest edition of The Knot Fall 2012 issue out now!

>See more wedding photos here from The Knot here!

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  • former tuba girl
    08/08/12 at 01:01

    As a former female tuba/sousaphone player who at the time stood 5’8 105lbs (all skin and bones) This photo shoot is just WRONG! There is nothing romantic, sexy, or comfortable about a sousaphone. The sousaphone digs into the shoulder until its numb. This is bizarre and distasteful.

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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