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A Woodsy Wedding With A Hint Of 1920s Gatsby Glam

Bex and Marcel not only had a fun, unique wedding in an idyllic forest setting, but they filled the day with lots of vintage crafty details so simply and effortlessly. From Bex's bohemian BHLDN wedding dress to the subtle sparkles in the decor and attire (check out the flower girls' 1920s-inspired drop-waist dresses!), the homemade... read more

11 Fat Tuesday-Inspired Catering Ideas

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Fat Tuesday is all about the fried foods, Creole-inspired cooking and frozen drinks. It may be the culmination of  Mardi Gras, but the festive menu easily translates to a wedding with savory pancake and shrimp appetizers, fried dough desserts like beignets and donuts, and classic Southern foodie favors like Moon Pies and grits. Steal the read more

12 Ways to Honor Deceased Loved Ones at Your Wedding

Your wedding day is a celebration with loved ones, so it's only natural to want to include those relatives who have passed away. Your inclusion of a deceased relative can be as subtle as a symbolic white rose in your bouquet or as public as a moment of silence at the ceremony, and we rounded...

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13 Tips For A Tempting Cake Table

Serving multiple cakes at your reception is a surefire way to satisfy the sweet tooth of each and every guest (plus the spreads are just so pretty!). Deconstruct the classic tiered cake and you can offer a choice of cake flavors. Stay sophisticated by sticking to one cake style (like all fondant cakes with sugar flower... read more

Escape To Your Happy Place With This Waterfront Wedding in Charleston

With the impending return of the Polar Vortex we should all heed the words of James Taylor and take a little trip down to Carolina. How? With this stunning summer wedding in Charleston.

Kathryn and Cal's summer soiree had all the makings for a perfect day: waterfront views, an absolutely stunning venue and -- wait for...

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A Wedding Complete With Civil War Reenactments? This Couple Did It!

Is there a town more aptly named for a wedding than Unison, VA? Celie and Shane definitely don’t think so. Steeped in rich Civil War history, the bride’s family home in Northern Virginia was built around a log cabin from the 1700s and sits in the middle of several major battlefields. So when Shane...

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Here’s One Wedding I Wish I Could Have Crashed

I can't stop talking about this wedding - it's just so incredibly amazing - the couple, the decor, everything. Sure, it's not overly glamorous or over the top, but that's the thing that makes it so great. Every detail has so much personality; it's obvious how much love, time and thought went into this day.... read more

This Bride Proves You Can Have A Classic Wedding That Isn’t Boring

After two years of dating, Blakely and Matt decided to get a puppy (Theodore) and take him for a walk around Seattle. The trio walked to Parson’s Gardens, where Matt had a romantic proposal set up. “Matt had decorated the entire park with candles, flowers, champagne and photos of us together hanging from the willow... read more

See How Two Crazy-Different Styles Come Together In One Unforgettable Wedding

What happens when you mix Music City glamour with Southern flair? From soft, romantic décor to stunning backdrops, Ronda and Jeff (with the help of Fete Nashville) pulled off a wedding that reflected her Louisiana roots and his love of music. Nashville’s Music Mile was an obvious choice for this Music City promoter... read more

This Lighthouse Wedding Takes Nautical To A Whole New Level

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Her grandparents own a lighthouse and her mother is a wedding planner  — how lucky can a girl with dreams of a nautical wedding get? Taylor and Scott's surfside ceremony took place outside of a renovated lighthouse overlooking Lake Superior. The couple married under an elegant chandelier hanging from the tulle-covered altar, as guests sipped on... 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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