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A Bright Orange Wedding? This Couple Totally Pulled It Off !

For their August wedding in Denver, Colorado, Erin and Dash wanted to "buck the trends and stay true to ourselves," Erin says. To convey their unique outlook, they chose the Denver Art Museum as their ceremony and reception location. "We are both art lovers, particularly modern art, and wanted an urban setting that... read more

A Rustic Meets Regal Wedding (With Cowboy Boot Decor!)

Photo: Theo Milo Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Southern charm and Texas flavor guided these college sweethearts as they planned their garden wedding in the bride's hometown of Wilmington, NC. At the Country Club of Landfall, guests were greeted with lawn games, a scotch and cigar bar and a live artist (who captured the scene on canvas!). Peachy pink floral arrangements... read more

A Pretty Peach Wedding at Snug Harbor Botanic Garden from Betsi Ewing Studio

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Today's wedding captures one of my favorite color palettes of the summer: peach and gray. It's so fresh and pretty and works perfectly with this Staten Island outdoor venue (at the Snug Harbor Botanic Garden). Beyond all the pretty, it's the fun playful that give this wedding some real personality -- I'm talking mustache... read more

A Citrus Inspired Wedding Color Palette of Lemon, Tangerine and Grapefruit

A Citrus Inspired Color Palette
Here's a fun idea: Turn your favorite fruits into a wedding color palette! Here, fresh lemonade, sliced grapefruit and tangerines create a bright, fresh palette that'll really pop. The best part is that these colors can be dressed up or down. Use subdued hues for a classic look and choose traditional flowers like peonies and... read more

7 Hot Coral Wedding Ideas!

7 Captivating Coral Wedding Ideas
Coral is one of those colors that I'll never tire of. It strikes the perfect balance between orange and pink, and it has tons of personality all it's own. Plus, it perks up any color palette -- pair it with bright cherry or soft mint, you really can't go wrong. Double bonus: Coral is flattering... read more

A Peach Wedding in Los Gatos, California by Emily Scannell

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Every wedding detail from this gorgeous rustic wedding was inspired by stationery the bride hand painted with a peach motif. The theme influenced every detail -- from the cake to the peach jam favors! Plus, I'm especially loving the scenic locale at the Radonich Ranch -- the perfect setting for these nature-inspired nuptials. ... read more

A Tropical Orange and Gray Wedding in Miami, FL by PS Photography

From: Lauren & Vincent's Wedding //Featured: The Knot// Photographed by: PS Photography
Why have a wedding in Miami unless you plan to take advantage of the scenic locale? This couple did just that by tying in the beachy influences into their wedding decor. Orange and gray touches with a modern feel tied the wedding elements together to create a look that... read more

A Bright Orange Lounge

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It isn't just the clean lines and bright orange accents that makes this lounge stand out, but how the chic furniture contrasts with the setting of this historic venue (a winery in California). The juxtaposition of old-venue-meets-chic-decor makes this lounge all the more stunning, especially in the way that event designer Alison Hotchkiss... read more

A Mod 60s Supper Club Themed Wedding by Michael Segal Photography

Graham and Ryan's Wedding by Michael Segal Photography
Choosing a theme can be an incredibly inspiring and easy way to pull off a wedding with a cohesive look and feel. So with a mod '60s supper club theme in mind, Ryan and Graham chose a bright color palette of white, orange and gray. From there, all the details -- like sequins bridesmaid dresses... read more

A Moroccan-Style Lounge

Tapestry-Draped LoungePhoto: Jesse Leake
Alison Hotchkiss', founder of Alison Event Planning & Design creative design incorporated a speciality star-ceilinged tent and overlapping orange batik printed tapestries in a rich orange hue. Long and low, yet modern seating added a chic vibe to the space and Alison added plenty of pillows for comfort. For a similar vibe,... read more
No matter where you wed, first impressions are essential. A personalized entryway will make your site more welcoming and help guests feel at home almost immediately. If you're having an outdoor wedding, hang leis of orchids or sun-catching glass ornaments on the surrounding trees. For a ballroom, have your florist create an escort card table arrangement with plenty of height so it's the first thing guests see. A rustic affair calls for tons of lanterns lining the pathways.  
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