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Lauren Kay

From: Winderemere, Florida. Favorite celebrity wedding: It's a tie between The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (still saved on my TiVo) and JFK and Jackie Kennedy. Veil or no veil: I wore a long one for my wedding in November! One thing I would never leave home without: my iPhone . Piece I look forward to: Real Weddings. Follow me on Twitter: @laurenekay

Clinton Kelly On What To Register For — Plus When It’s Okay To Ask For Cash

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Clinton Kelly, host of The Chew knows what not to wear and now he's also Macy's resident registry expert. We caught up with Clinton at one of the most recent Macy's sip and scan events -- below, his top tips to nailing the wedding registry. 1. With so much to choose from, how do you suggest couples decide... read more

7 Things No One Tells You About Changing Your Name

There are some truths you just don’t find out until you’ve done it—a legal-name-change veteran’s take on making it official. 1. You may be flipping through your wedding album before you have a new passport. Changing your name is a marathon, not a sprint. Some things will be as easy as walking into... read more

It Rained on My Wedding Day (and I Survived)

I'm going to let you in on a little secret—despite being the style editor of The Knot, I never dreamed of my wedding day. Don’t get me wrong. I love weddings—the vows, the cake, the dancing—but I could never quite picture my own. When the engagement excitement settled down and I realized I actually had... read more

7 Registry Picks In Pantone’s Radiant Orchid

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Prepare for a purple, pink-tinged saturation! Pantone’s Color of the Year is radiant orchid, a rich jewel tone that’s described as a "surprisingly versatile shade." We think it adds the perfect pop of color to any home decor. Here are seven registry picks to inspire your list! Reversible Peace & Love Throw Pillow... 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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