7 Refreshing Seafoam Wedding Ideas

This soft, pastel shade is a refreshing take on the usual green color scheme. It pairs well with other dusty shades, like blush and lavender, to round out a soft color palette. It's the perfect shade for spring or summer nuptials, but don't think you have to be limited to a beach wedding to rock... read more

3 Hot Trends in Wedding Invites from the National Stationery Show

Stationer: MINTED// Featured: The Knot Blog
Wedding invitations set the stage for a wedding -- they build excitement, anticipation and hint to guests what type of wedding they will be attending. Plus, they let the couple show off their personality! I attended the the National Stationery Show in NYC where some of our favorite stationers showcased the latest in paper... read more

A Formal Purple Wedding at the Boston Public Library

Photo: Ned Jackson Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
The Boston Public Library is so beautiful on its own that additional ceremony and reception decor were hardly necessary to make this glamorous purple wedding stand out! Marble walls, sculptures and a central courtyard set a sophisticated tone for this couple's special day. Watercolor touches on the invites, table decor and escort cards,... read more

A Flower-Filled White Wedding by Esther Sun Photography

Katherine & Alex wed in style at the SLS Beverly Hills in California.  Their wedding ceremony took place in front of a gorgeous mirror, which allowed guests to see even more of the couple as they said 'I do".  I love the inclusion of orchids and roses in every element from the bridal bouquet to... read more

A Nostalgic Rustic Wedding at Bourne Farm by Ruth Eileen Photography

Jacob and Rachel married in Falmouth, MA where Rachel's family had a home she would always visit while growing up. Elements from her childhood, such as bird details reflected in the invites and table numbers honored her past time of rescuing birds on Cape Cod. Plus, her mom made her grandmother's... read more

A Romantic Vintage Wedding at Locust-on-Hudson

Photo: Gruber Photographers // Featured: The Knot Blog
This Hudson Valley wedding combines the best of vintage romance and the great outdoors. I love Samantha & David's lakeside ceremony which provided a jaw-dropping backdrop at Locust-on-Hudson for the couple's vows. The reception was equally as beautiful, filled with vintage details like jacquard table linens and mismatched china for the place settings. Don't let... read more

Trunk Show Shopping Tips from Trudys Brides

Photo by Abel Soria PhotographyPhoto by Abel Soria Photography
Now that you're on the dress hunt, you'll need to know about trunk shows. Trunk shows are when designers go on the road with their entire collection and visit salons across the nation. This means that instead of just seeing a couple of gowns from the designers you love you can try on everything from... read more

A New Groomsmen Gift Idea We Love!

We're always looking for new, creative bridal party gifts and this idea is one of the coolest we've seen for groomsmen (and an awesome alternative to traditional groomsmen gifts). Bespoke Post is a club which sends different theme boxes to its subscribers every month. Themed sets are curated for men and have included... read more

What’s Hot? Your Weekly Wedding Blog Cheat Sheet

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So maybe you didn’t have the luxury of perusing the wedding blogs all week, but don't worry — we’ve got your back. From Target's launch of a budget-conscious wedding dress line to SNL's solution for gay wedding anxiety, here are the highlights in wedding news: 1. DIY beauty recipes for a spa-inspired bridal shower... read more

A Playful Summer Wedding by L Photographie

Photo: L Photographie // Feature: The Knot
This couple's use of color made every detail from their Illinois wedding standout. I love that Jenny and Jacob let their playful personalities show through in every detail of their wedding day. From the flower-filled mason jars and the yellow chevron ribbons on the programs, to the peach ruffled buttercream cake and donut bar... 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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