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Cinderella Shoes At DSW, But Prince Charming Sold Seperately

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DSW's newest and hottest shoe release (coming soon) is a line of Cinderella inspired pumps called The Glass Slipper Collection. Jewel tones, embellishments, and peep toes make up the slippers that will also be super affordable. Ranging in price from $60-$90, these bridalicious shoes will make you feel like princess walking down the aisle. Note:... read more

Instagram Challenge: Show Us Your Shoes!

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It is time for another Instagram challenge! Who doesn't love a great pair of shoes? (I know we do.) Snap a picture of your wedding shoes, add a cool filter and then upload the photo to Instagram. Make sure to include the hashtag #theknotshoes in your caption so we can see the picture. We'll round... read more

10 Brides and Their Fabulous Shoes

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These brides showcased their style in a big way, and we can’t get enough of their fabulous accessories! > See 600+ accessories ideas > Browse all Wedding Style galleries read more

Make Over Your Shoes!

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1950s-style shoe clips are making a comeback. They're the perfect way to add personality to basic bridal pumps (like these satin shoes from CharlesDavid.com). Clips clockwise from top: Pearl and crystal clip, $20, MyGlassSlipper.com; Feather and satin clip, $145, FreyaRose.co.uk; Pink flower clip, $22.50, MyGlassSlipper.com; Polka-dot bow... read more

The 12 Best Celebrity Wedding Dresses of 2014!

From seriously colorful veils to three fashion-forward jumpsuits worn by one stylish bride, all bets were off this year when it came to celebrity wedding dresses. The bolder, the better! See our 12 unforgettable favorites from 2014 below: 1. Olivia Palermo Style icon Olivia Palermo gave Carrie Bradshaw a run for her money when she married... read more

Love The Mismatched Bridesmaids Trend? We Have Styling Tips For You!

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If you're going for a  fashion-forward vibe, mismatched bridesmaid dresses are a great option for your bridal party. Mixing prints and an array of solid colors gives your bridesmaids more freedom to choose gowns they'll wear again, and puts a fresh twist on tradition. Check out these helpful tips on how to successfully incorporate...

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Look Of The Moment — Old Hollywood

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Looking to give off a timeless vibe? Opt for the elegant designs of Legends by Romona Keveza.“The collection is really meant to appeal to the bride who wants to feel like Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly or Jackie Kennedy — timeless and preppy,” says designer and creator Romona Keveza. We were obsessed with the clean lines... read more

New Takes On the Traditional Wedding Dress (As Seen In Our Winter Magazine)

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If you haven't picked up The Knot Weddings magazine winter issue just yet, there's still time! Trust us, you don't want to miss the inspiring real weddings, planning and etiquette advice, and gorgeous fashions shoppable now. We're all about putting new twists on tradition, so these fashions are perfect... read more

Wearing A Ball Gown? We Have Expert Tips For You!

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A ball gown silhouette gives off a dramatic, regal vibe, and they're hot on the runways right now. But, if you aren't used to wearing a super-full skirt, maneuvering in layers of stain, tulle and crinoline can raise some intimidating questions: What's the right length for a ball gown? Can you still dance the night... read more

You Have To See This Maine Wedding's Local Details

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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
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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