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Jessica Zaleski

From: Tallahassee, FL Favorite celebrity wedding: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel (although I think he chose the wrong Jessica…) Veil or no veil: No veil,I like when hair is the main attraction One thing I would never leave home without: Sunscreen Piece I look forward to: Anything about international brides. I love hearing about trends around the world Follow me on Twitter: @jesszalesk

10 Guests You’ll See at Every Wedding (in GIFs!)

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We know you've spent a lot of time editing your guest list again and again and you've perfected your seating chart to minimize drama. And even though your wedding is going to be perfect, there's still a few guests who are going to be, well, pretty annoying. But don't worry. It's not just... read more

10 Boho Wedding Dresses We’re Kind Of Obsessed With

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This season, wedding dress designers churned tons of styles that didn't exactly fit the princess ball gown idea. We're talking lots of lace, crop tops and even a flowing caftan. See what we're talking about right here. This Cape Dress By Jenny Packham From the collection: Jenny Packham Spring 2015 This Short, Lacy Dress By Marchesa ... read more

Matthew Christopher Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

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Matthew Christopher always knows how to mix modern with classic, and this collection was no different. The designer created gowns with traditional shapes and cuts, but used details (check out the gorgeous beading and embroidery) that add major drama.     Photos... read more

Augusta Jones Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

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Augusta Jones wowed us with this fall 2014 collection that's full of the designer's signature clean lines. These contemporary dresses showcase amazing detailing and sheer sleeves for added romance and femininity. Photos... read more

Anne Barge Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

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Anne Barge's spring 2015 collection took vintage styles and added a modern twist. The designer's trademark attention to detail is reflected throughout the collection with intricate beading and embroidery. These classic cuts will make any bride look timeless, yet modern on her wedding day. read more

Christos Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

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Christos spring 2015 collection proved that simple can still be stunning. The blush gowns were extra romantic, and while you might not think lace and polka dots are a good combo, Christos will change your mind. Dots were mixed with lace and florals to create swoon-worthy gowns that any bride could wear down... read more

Sottero and Midgley Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

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Sottero & Midgley always show innovative designs on the runway and this season was no different. Each dress was totally unique and made for brides who aren't afraid to break tradition. Exquisite beading, lace sleeves and even a few feathers make up this collection that will make any bride stand out when walking down the... read more

Watters Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

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Watters really brought the glam with a collection full of sparkly, feminine details. Florals can be seen in many of the gowns, and we're obsessed with the collection's lacy romper (imagine how easy it would be to dance at your reception!). read more

Theia Wedding Dresses Spring 2015

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This collection, inspired by the designer's ancient Irish ancestors, is full of flowing ethereal gowns. Lace, silver details and even a crop top dress make up the collection that's fit for a bride who really wants to look mesmerizing on her wedding day.   ... read more

David’s Bridal Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

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This collection from David's Bridal took classic wedding dress silhouettes and added intricate beading and floral details. These gowns would be perfect for any bride who wants to look classic, yet stand out from the pack. Photos by Kurt Wilberding Want to see more wedding dresses? ... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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