A Courtyard Cocktail Bar

This cocktail bar is a refreshing as an ice cold drink! Despite the casual, outdoor for a daytime cocktail hour, Todd Fiscus added elegance to the open space with a custom custom bar accented with a petal covered focal point and tons of purple and blue hydrangeas. Just add a bartender and this chic bar... read more

A Black and White Striped Yacht Club Wedding by Kristen Taylor Photography

Kristen Taylor Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Classic black and white stripes ruled the design for Katherine and Graham's Detroit wedding for a look that's a little bit Parisian, and a lot dramatic. Blush pink added a feminine touch to the graphic design, and details like a black feather and flower centerpiece on the sweetheart table really wowed. The couple grew up... read more

An Underwater Wedding Photo by Jessica Strickland Photography

Okay, so this photo wasn't exactly taken under the sea-- but it sure looks as if it could have been! This couple held their reception at the Newport Aquarium in Newport, KY which meant they could escape for some spectacular on-site photos and stay dry. Cool idea, right? > See more Ohio real weddings... read more

A Rustic Farmyard Wedding in Clarksville, MO by Lisa Hessel

A farmyard wedding can be both rustic and elegant at the same time. Rachel and Mike's wedding photos prove it -- with beautiful pink peonies and coral rose touches, string lights and even escort cards and a cake charger made of birch. I don't want to give away all the details... read more

A Bright Red Amaryllis Centerpiece

I've fallen for this bright fall centerpiece with the season's brightest blooms. Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers, gave the usual red and orange fall color palette a serious update with bright reds and berries. By incorporating fresh flowers like amaryllis, jasmine vine, tulips, ranunculuses, gladiola and carnations and spreading out these large... read more

A Playful Seaside Wedding Video in Santa Barbara by New Classic Wedding Films

Beaux Arts Photographie // Featured: The Knot Blog
Ellee and Travis translated their love for the California beach lifestyle into a playful and stunning wedding with tons of subtle nautical details. With detailslike an octopus motif on the escort cards and plastic mermaids in the cocktails it's obvious the couple had tons of fun with the idea. Plus, with bold graphic prints, bright... read more

A Traditional Navy & White Wedding in San Fransisco, CA by Janae Shields

I love the way this couple tied their wedding day together with monogrammed detailing rather than a particular theme. Angie and Ben had a traditional ceremony at Saints Peter and Paul Church in San Fransisco, CA and had their reception at Bently Reserve. The bride wanted her wedding to... read more

A Monogrammed Dance Floor

It's inevitable, your guests are going to be dying to hit the dance floor once they hear the awesome DJ or band you picked, so it makes perfect sense to put your personal mark on this detail. This couples' oversized "JJ" monogram added a final custom touch to an already stunning lounge (plus, imagine the... read more

A Romantic All-White Wedding by Marisa Holmes

Marisa Holmes // Featured: The Knot Blog
This white-on-white wedding with just a hint of blush and pops of pink is crisp, clean, and unbelievably stylish. From the tall rose centerpieces, to the vine and flower covered arch, and even the adorable ring bearers' suits, it's just effortlessly romantic. All photos by Marisa Holmes; Event design by Brooke Keegan... read more

The A-Line Wedding Dress vs The Ball Gown #WeddingMadness

We've finally made it to the elite eight round of our March Madness Wedding Tournament! Today in the Dress Division our #1 seeded wedding dress silhouette, the A-Line wedding dress will take on the #2 seeded dress silhouette, the ball gown!  Which wedding dress will be deemed the most popular of 2013? Voting... read more
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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