Time’s Up! Stay Tuned to Find Out the Dream Wedding Theme!

The Knot Dream Wedding Style

Vote for which theme you’d like to see at The Knot Dream Wedding, which will be live-streamed on February 14!

Voting has closed! Tune in tomorrow and watch our 1 P.M live broadcast to find out the dream wedding theme.

Modern Ice Castle
With Lucite, ice and all things modern, this ultra-contemporary event will play up the glass-enclosed venue in one of New York City’s most iconic winter wonderlands, anchored in a palette of silvers and whites.

Aspen in New York City
Aspen comes to the heart of NYC for this organic winter wedding inspired by the comforting textures of winter and a color palette evoking crisp evergreens, white birch and icy blankets of snow.

Royal Russian Romance
For this regal fantasy, we’ll warm up the winter with luxurious florals in rich jewel tones — aubergine, fuchsia, navy, gold and pewter — for a decadent affair.

Great Gatsby Affair
Inspired by Manhattan’s Art Deco influences, this black-tie occasion cues that it’s time to pop the cork and let the champagne fountains flow, as black, white, pewter and pearl bring the Roaring ’20s era to life for a one-of-a-kind wedding!

> Learn more about the dream wedding contest here!

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  • Laura (engaged April '12)
    01/11/13 at 09:57

    is anybody even voting? the other contestants brought so much more activity to the blog for a change! Hm, oh well. I vote Royal Russian!

  • Shantih McConnell
    01/11/13 at 06:42

    I love all the themes but the Great Gatsby roaring ’20’s seems amazing!

  • 01/11/13 at 07:27

    The themes are all gorgeous. I simply think the first theme, would be perfect for Andre and Sierra. I can’t wait to see how their final day turns out!!!

  • K. M.
    01/12/13 at 01:11

    Yeah… People are voting… These is much more activity on Facebook, than on the blog… Way to be negative over the winners… Sounds like a sore loser.

  • K. M.
  • Laura (engaged April '12)
    01/14/13 at 09:46

    Excuse me? I wasn’t being negative. I was merely stating my opinion. It was more fun here on the blog during the contest.

    And forgive me, but, I’m a Knottie and did not realize Facebook was where the activity/discussion was. You know that there are other people in the world besides the couple’s friends/family who would like to participate in the weekly voting?

    Thanks a lot.

  • Mallory
    01/12/13 at 01:30

    Great Gatsby all the way!

  • rachie
    01/13/13 at 09:33

    Sierra’s a figure skater from Sun Valley….I vote Aspen! :)

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