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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

How To Add a Personal Touch To Your Wedding Day Look (As Seen In The Knot Spring Issue!)

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Weddings are an old tradition, but that doesn't mean you have to look traditional! The Knot Magazine spring issue is on newsstands now with lots of unique ideas that will inspire you to add something unexpected to your wedding day look. Don't be afraid to go against the grain for a look that's... read more

Want To Rock Vintage Wedding Style? Read Expert Tips Here!

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Vintage wedding dresses are all the rage right now and we can’t get enough of them. Intricate lace, Art Deco accessories and heirloom jewelry give an instant elegant feel and are a fun nod to the traditions and fashions of the past. (PS: If you're looking for wedding dress designers with seriously pretty vintage designs,... read more

Check Out These Expert Shopping Tips For Curvy Brides!

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Whether you're an apple, a pear (or any fruit in between!) an experienced bridal consultant can help you find the silhouette that works best for your shape. Worried that your curves will be a hindrance on your quest for the perfect dress? Don't be! Check out these helpful tips from stylist Sara Viola and co-owner... read more

This Is How a Bridal Stylist Gets Married!

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Bridal stylist Annie Cavallo spends her days designing wedding fashion shoots (including a few for The Knot Magazine) and styling brides for her company WellStyled Events, so it made perfect sense that she'd take the reigns the same when it came time for her own wedding. "I did every inch of planning myself; I basically treated my... read more

This Is How You Throw a Wild West Wedding

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Wild west weddings are one of the hottest style trends of the year, and you can pull it off even if you're not getting married on the prairie. Western-inspired weddings are the perfect combination of rustic elegance, and it's a way to have a formal wedding without it feeling stuffy. Think lots of... read more

Save Vs. Splurge: Bridal Clutches

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A  statement clutch may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of bridal accessories, but they're a fun, nifty way to add a personal touch to your look. Plus, they're also a perfect place to store lipstick, bobby pins (and a tissue or two!) at your reception or... 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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