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Rachel Torgerson

From: Lake Elmo, Minnesota Favorite celebrity wedding: Kate Middleton & Prince William Veil or no veil: Can't mess up my hair! One thing I would never leave home without: A journal and a pen Piece I look forward to: Real Weddings! Follow me on Twitter: @racheltorgs Follow me on Instagram: @racheltorgs

Happy Sunday! From a Mountain Wedding in Beaver Creek, Colorado...

If you have a cool hobby that you do as a couple, it can be extra fun to highlight that during your celebration and again in your wedding photos. Some examples? A couple golfing in their formal attire, playing chess in tuxedos or riding a ski lift in wedding dresses. For their wedding in Beaver... read more

You'll Love the Lotus Pods and Edison Bulbs in this California Wedding...

John and Lloyd were partners for 14 years before they officially married, so it's safe to say they knew what they wanted for their celebration. An intimate gathering of family and friends came together to enjoy the day at Annadel Estate Winery in Santa Rosa, California for a rustic, yet formal affair among... read more

8 Ways to Use Baby's Breath at Your Wedding

Baby's breath sometimes gets characterized as more of a "filler" flower, evening out bouquets and adding texture here and there. But recently, we've seen this filler flower go front and center in sweeping bohemian arrangements, ethereal floral crowns and rustic boutonnieres. If you are thinking of going all-white in your wedding flowers, consider... read more

Happy Sunday! From Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois...

Where you choose to take your wedding photos is a reflection of your style and your personalities as a couple. Taking pictures under an iconic local landmark, for example, means you have a nostalgic local keepsake for the rest of your life. For Jilienne and John, taking photos at Wrigley Field (home of... read more

10 Ways to Use Pine Tree Details at Your Wedding

If you're looking to spruce up (sorry, we had to!) your wedding decor, look no further than adding a few sprigs of an evergreen tree. As a plant that can be simultaneously rustic and glam, wintery or summery, and outdoor or indoor, a little conifer detail can literally fit in anywhere. Surround a... read more

You Have To See This Maine Wedding's Local Details

New England Wedding Inspiration | Corbin Gurkin | blog.theknot.com
Shopping local was the theme of Whitney's wedding to Tom at a family friend's coastal private property in Camden, Maine. "I've got a lot of local pride," Whitney says, and she and planner B Merry Events showed it off in every aspect of the wedding weekend. From Maine-made shoes (take a look at... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Romantic Outdoor Wedding in Santa Barbara, California...

One of the best aspects about choosing your wedding venue is picking a location that means something to you as a couple. Whether it is your nostalgia for your childhood hometown, reliving your glory days at your college alma mater, or a destination spot that takes you back to your favorite vacation together, your wedding... read more

Laser Cut Wedding Invitations Are Having a Major Moment

Paper cutting has a long, global history in celebrations of every kind. In Mexico, papel picado (meaning "perforated paper") is an intricate design chiseled into tissue paper that's used to celebrate weddings, quinceañeras and the Day of the Dead. In China, thicker papers are cut with scissors and knives in detailed, symmetrical designs called Jianzhi.... read more

Everything About This Couple's Quirky Wedding in the Woods is Amazing

Melissa and Matt's wedding was full of personalized, quirky traditions that made the day memorable and completely unique. "Matt's heritage is Irish and Italian, and we're both spiritual, so we wanted to have a meaningful, family-oriented ceremony without it being religious," Melissa says. From timeless Celtic rituals like handfasting and the presentation of the sword... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Formal Winter Wedding in New York City...

Sunday Snapshot | Amy Rizzuto Photography | blog.theknot.comAmy Rizzuto
It's easy to dread weather on your wedding -- nothing's worse than rain or snow dampening your day when you least expect it -- but, weather can also add an extra element to your wedding photos. Sharing a romantic dance in the snow, for instance, can make a breathtaking picture. For Jessika, the snow ended... 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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