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A Deep Rich Autumnal Wedding in Richmond Hill, GA by Jade + Matthew Take Pictures

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Carey and Matei had a beautiful outdoor Autumnal wedding on The Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA. The ceremony took place in front of the large main house under a mossy canopy and the reception was hosted in a tent decorated to match the Southern setting with Manzanita brances, mercury glass, tufted sofas... read more

A Glamorous Wedding Gala in St. Louis by Christine Foehrkolb

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Shimmery silver bridesmaid dresses, sparkly sequin table linens and a dramatic all-white draped ceremony space -- let's just say this St. Louis wedding is seriously glam. Take a look! Photography by Christine Foehrkolb Photography ... read more

A Romantic Lavender Wedding by Mary Wyar Photography

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Lita and Dustin's wedding is one of those perfect examples of classic elegance.  The soft, plush bouquets ooze romance and that black-and-white checkered dance floor for the reception sets the stage for a great dance party. Oh, and I'm not even going to get into how gorgeous that Lazaro ball gown is -- just take... read more

The Playful Cake vs. The Trendy Ombre Cake #WeddingMadness

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It's the final round of the Sweet 16  in our March Madness Wedding Tournament! We'll kick off today with the Cake Division as the playful orange wedding cake takes on the trendy ombre wedding cake design. They're both daring designs -- but which do you like best? Voting is open all day today... read more

A Flower Wreath For Your Wedding Dog

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Is this not the cutest mutt of honor you've ever seen? Okay, once you've gotten over the shock of how cute this puppy is (not possible!), check out the pretty romantic floral wreath made up of hydrangeas, roses and daisies, wrapped around her collar. What a fun way to honor your pup! read more

Orchid vs. Hydrangea #WeddingMadness

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Welcome to round seven of March Madness Wedding Tournament! In today's Flower Division round, we'll see the orchid take on the hydrangea. Voting is open all day today and closes tomorrow at 10 a.m. ET!

In yesterday's battle of the rings the cushion-cut engagement ring started out the...

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A Classic Modern Wedding in Kansas City, MO by Click Photography

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The world of wedding photos is no doubt filled with pretty pink peonies, rustic wooden tables and lots of shabby chic reception ideas. But what I love about this wedding is how clean and modern it is. Jen and Joseph started with an ultra-modern venue (the new Kauffman Center in Kansas City, Missouri) and let... read more

A Backyard Tented Wedding in Orlando, FL by Studio 222 Photography

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The clear-top tent laced with twinkle lights and soft draping was the main focal point of this stunning backyard wedding. Add to that, lush florals in white, beautifully designed stationery and gold accents -- and you have a truly magical affiar (and I don't use that word lightly). Now for the kicker: Sandi met her... read more

7 Engagement Rings That Wow!

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        Yeah, you were planning to say yes anyway, but if he proposed with one of these utterly unique engagement rings it would be nearly impossible to refuse.     Sparkle Burst Not a solitaire kind of girl? Well how about a simple round center stone surrounded by a gazillion (or 40)... read more

A Hanging Rose Escort Card Display

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One way to make sure that red roses look anything but traditional? Hang them from the ceiling! Celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss did just that for a dramatic escort card display. Dozens of red roses hung upside down and inside floating, geometric vases make for a unique and surreal look. Follow... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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