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It Rained on My Wedding Day (and I Survived)

I'm going to let you in on a little secret—despite being the style editor of The Knot, I never dreamed of my wedding day. Don’t get me wrong. I love weddings—the vows, the cake, the dancing—but I could never quite picture my own. When the engagement excitement settled down and I realized I actually had... read more

This Bride Wore Her Bouquet As a Bracelet!

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And it's just as cool as it sounds. Misty and her bridesmaids' cascade orchid bouquets were attached to a cuff that they wore on their wrists like a bracelet. The creative design was perfect for Misty who says,  "I really don't like carrying things -- I avoid purses at all costs." By having a...

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This Wedding Is The Perfect Mix of Chic and Rustic

Lakeside Couple Photo | The Schultzes | The Knot Blog

A breathtaking venue that captured the beauty of the fall was a top priority for Amanad and Pete. Their lakeside soiree at The Cliffs and Keowee Vineyards in Sunset, South Carolina, delivered on both fronts: “It’s a tranquil escape from Manhattan and offers surreal views of both the mountains and the lake, especially...

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10 Creative Ways To Make Your Flower Girl Stand Out

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Gone are the days when flower girls wore poofy white dresses and satin ballet flats. Lately, we have noticed brides choosing more trendy ensembles for their small bridal attendants. From cowboy boots to elaborate tulle, these children are working the aisle with their unique style! 1. Flower Crowns From the album: read more

We’re Obsessed with Every Detail of this Barefoot Cancun, Mexico Wedding

Even though the weather was stormy and windy in Cancun, Mexico up until moments before their outdoor beach ceremony, Deborah and Larry didn't mind, because they were able to spend Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and their beautiful wedding with family and friends in an amazing destination location. Just before guests were seated, the weather lightened... read more

Check Out This Preppy Red, White And Blue Wedding— Perfect For The 4th of July!

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Katherine knew that she wanted a wedding with a “Nantucket chic” vibe. Anthony knew that he wanted to wear something with a “New England Prep” look. The final product: a festive outdoor summer bash at Heritage Prairie Farm complete with navy gingham and red groomsmen attire! While planning their wedding, Katherine was originally inspired... read more

A New Year’s Eve Blowout Wedding With Gold and Cream Accents

Photo: Donna Von Bruening Photography | The Knot Blog
When Todd (creator of celebrated wedding planning company, Todd Events) and Ceron got engaged and started thinking of possible venue locations, the first thing that came to mind was the beach. But, the more they thought about it, the more they realized the beach just wasn't for them. "Ceron loves to dress up... read more

Every Detail of This Glam Chateau Wedding Is Regal

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After a four-year engagement, Carla and Margaret, while on holiday visiting family, finally decided to take the plunge and set a date for their wedding. "We decided 2014 was going to be OUR year," says Margaret, "What were we waiting for? When we landed at Newark airport I immediately called my sister and said, 'This... read more

A Family Game Night-Inspired Wedding (With Fun Blue and Orange Touches!)

Since family time is the cornerstone of Doug and Chris's relationship, they knew that their wedding events needed to include game pieces, interactive guest activities and unique favors. "Our style just isn't prone to high formality, so we made sure to bring fun, personal touches to everything, from a game of Family Feud at the rehearsal... read more

You’ll Love Every Detail of This Gorgeous Summer Wedding in the Hamptons

Lexi Ritsch and Kim Stolz met at a local dive bar in the Hamptons, so when it came time to plan their wedding, they knew it was the perfect place to tie the knot. "Kim always dreamed of marrying at her parents home in Bridgehampton. For me, it was where we met, so it made so... 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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