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A Classic White Wedding at the Gainesville Civic Center from Amanda Suanne Photography

Photo: Amanda Suanne Photography / Featured: The Knot Blog
A white and ivory color palette is undoubtedly a classic choice for a wedding and Havolynne and Austin's wedding shows just how chic it can look! They added just a few white flowers to their ceremony site (First Baptist Church in Gainesville, Georgia) and then amped up the decor at the reception (at the read more

An Elegant, Ballroom Wedding from Esther Sun Photography

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While Joanna and Andrew's Los Angeles, California wedding looked beautifully classic and elegant, I love they weren't afraid to weave in a few unexpected elements. As guests entered the ceremony, they were greeted with an iced coffee and doughnut bar. Later on in the evening, an all-white sleek dance floor was the center of attention.... read more

7 Cool Coconut Wedding ideas

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Pairing a creamy white hue with rich texture is the idea behind this fresh alternative to ivory, proving that white doesn't have to be boring. Put a chic spin on a classic wedding color palette with cool coconut. 1. Statement accessories look elegant, not over-the-top when done in this shade. Bangle, $138, read more

An Elegant Airy Wedding in San Fransisco, CA by Tanja Lippert Photography

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Amy and Michael wanted their wedding to be an elegant complement to their already-beautiful venue. They decided on a subtle palette of pale grays, greens, white and mauve to create a modern yet natural look. All photos by Tanja Lippert Photography read more

A Water Garden Centerpiece

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"A tablescape that highlights fresh blooms in a water garden, is not only elegant, but a lovely way to bring layers to an intimate setting," says celebrity event planner Preston Bailey. A low rectangular plexiglass container filled with water, flowers, and candles add an element of surprise to an otherwise simple and... 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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