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How A Paper Goods Designer Gets Married (Hint: It’s Awesome)

It goes without saying that a creative director and owner of a custom paper goods company would go full force on stationery and signage. "I went all out!" Rachel (of Lupa & Pepi custom paper goods) says. Her tricolor letterpress invitation suite was only the beginning -- she went on to create beautiful wooden... read more

It Doesn’t Get Much More Classic Than This Wedding

Once Ashley and Garritt had their reception and ceremony venue, the lakeside property Bridgeport at Valencia, everything else just seemed to fall into place. "Bridgeport was exactly my style: simple yet elegant!" says Ashley. On the day of the wedding, scenic waterfront views with a pristine lighthouse-themed lodge mixed with the couple's sweet and... read more

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

A Colorful Eclectic Wedding at San Ysidro Ranch by Aaron Delesie Photography

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The bride Kim had an idea in her head of what she and CJ wanted when she hired wedding planner and designer, Lisa Vorce of Oh, How Charming! She wanted a colorful, eclectic wedding with lots of little twists on the traditional wedding elements. The day came together with a color scheme of fuchsia,... read more

A Rustic California Wedding from Braedon Flynn Photography

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Wendy & Weston's wedding is the perfect mixture of rustic and chic.  The couple wed in an outdoor ceremony with limited decorations, making the bride & groom the focal point.  At the reception, different textures worked together perfectly to decorate the space. Check out the draped linens, place mats and table runner which create an... 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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