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This Stunning Wedding Was Filled With Irish Heirlooms!

Photo: Lauren Gabrielle Photography // The Knot Blog
A surprise bagpipe and Irish dance performance was only the beginning.  “Brian and I both come from Irish families so it was very important to us to pay tribute to our Irish heritage and incorporate some authentic Irish traditions,” says Lauren. Lauren and Brian’s Irish wedding maintained a delicate balance between classic and cultural without taking... read more

This Is What A Handmade Wedding Should Look Like

Photo: The Mullers // The Knot Blog
Jenna and Bill's spring wedding in Nebraska City was truly a labor of love. Almost every amazing detail was handcrafted by their incredibly talented families and friends. Jenna's gown was made by her mother, complete with pockets and a bead embellished sash. Jenna's brother made the couple's cake topper and her father crafted an elaborate... read more

This Bride Gets Mad Props For Taking A Risk On Her Dress (And She Looks Amazing!)

On the day you want to look your best, it's easy to see why many brides choose classic dress silhouettes and don't stray too far from tradition. But we're giving this Omaha bride some major cred for pulling off this asymmetrical Vera Wang creation in her modern, preppy wedding at Nebraska's Joslyn Art Museum.... read more

This Backyard Wedding Had Some Of The Coolest Flowers We’ve Ever Seen

Backyard weddings have an innate romantic charm with an undeniably intimate feel, and that's exactly what Laura and Andrew's backyard celebration looked like. The scene was Andrew's family farm and with the help of Shanna Lumpkin Events and the (read: seriously talented) florists at Allums Line Floral Designs, Laura and Andrew transformed the quaint, natural... 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

5 Stylish Ideas For A Parisian-Themed Spring Wedding

After it was announced yesterday that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding date is May 24 in Paris, we thought that there's nothing quite as bright and lovely as a Parisian-themed wedding in the spring. Even if you're not actually getting married in France (or a palace, like Kimye might), you can still... read more

Let Your Maid Of Honor Dress Stand Out (These Brides Did!)

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All of your bridesmaids are special, but there's a reason why your Maid of Honor is your Maid of Honor -- she is your closest friend and (to paraphrase Mindy on the Mindy Project) the top tier of your best friends. Whether it's your sister or best friend let her know how important she is... read more

5 Chic Ways To Incorporate Fleurs-de-lis Into Your Wedding For Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras and weddings have a few things in common -- namely, that you're supposed to have an awesome party with delicious cake and drinks. So if your wedding falls on Mardi Gras (or is in March) and you're looking to incorporate the pretty French fleur-de-lis symbol into your ceremony or reception, here’s what we’re... read more

See How One Couple Pulled Off A Black Tie Wedding In The Desert

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We couldn't be more excited to share this desert wedding with you from Mi Belle Photographers. Let's start with the stunning bride. She's television correspondent, Adrianna Costa from Extra!. Throughout the day, Adrianna wore two JLM Lazaro wedding dresses and her handsome groom, Scott, looked the part in a black... read more

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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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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