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How We Marry At… The Knot!

Here at The Knot, we know a thing or two about weddings. So when our employees get married, you can bet it's no last-minute fete. From a traditional Indian wedding (with over 2,000 guests) to an intimate ceremony at City Hall right here in New York City, and everything in between, see how our staff... read more

Here’s One Wedding I Wish I Could Have Crashed

I can't stop talking about this wedding - it's just so incredibly amazing - the couple, the decor, everything. Sure, it's not overly glamorous or over the top, but that's the thing that makes it so great. Every detail has so much personality; it's obvious how much love, time and thought went into this day.... read more

See How A Real-Life Eloise Got Married At The Plaza Hotel In NYC!

Photo: A Day of Bliss Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
The typical wedding at home usually involves an intimate backyard ceremony, afternoon yard games and maybe even a barbecue reception.  But Kelley and her family don't live in the typical house. They live at the Plaza Hotel. Nicknamed Eloise by hotel security, Kelley was one of the first residents to live in... read more

This Bride Proves You Can Have A Classic Wedding That Isn’t Boring

After two years of dating, Blakely and Matt decided to get a puppy (Theodore) and take him for a walk around Seattle. The trio walked to Parson’s Gardens, where Matt had a romantic proposal set up. “Matt had decorated the entire park with candles, flowers, champagne and photos of us together hanging from the willow... read more

8 Real Brides With Fabulous Winter Accessories (And Get the Look!)

It's true: Phil the groundhog saw his shadow last week which means there are six more weeks of winter (sigh). Despite our desire for sunnier skies (and warmer weather!), we have to admit that winter weddings are totally gorgeous. Check out these beautiful brides and their wintery wedding accessories and scroll down... read more

See How Two Crazy-Different Styles Come Together In One Unforgettable Wedding

What happens when you mix Music City glamour with Southern flair? From soft, romantic décor to stunning backdrops, Ronda and Jeff (with the help of Fete Nashville) pulled off a wedding that reflected her Louisiana roots and his love of music. Nashville’s Music Mile was an obvious choice for this Music City promoter... read more

See How This NYC Couple Pulled Off Southern Charm In Charleston

It all started with brunch in Manhattan—or at least that’s what Megan and Rad’s friends will tell you. “Everyone there that day still says they saw the immediate sparks between us,” Megan explains. Despite being attached to other people at the time, both Megan and Rad knew they’d found someone special that day and began... read more

This Lighthouse Wedding Takes Nautical To A Whole New Level

Her grandparents own a lighthouse and her mother is a wedding planner  — how lucky can a girl with dreams of a nautical wedding get? Taylor and Scott's surfside ceremony took place outside of a renovated lighthouse overlooking Lake Superior. The couple married under an elegant chandelier hanging from the tulle-covered altar, as guests sipped on... read more

This Couple Really Loves Football — and Their Wedding Proves It

Photo: Look Wedding Photography / The Knot blog
This couple really knows how to stick to a theme! I guess it's easy when you're both die-hard football fans (she's a Giants fan; he's a Red Skins supporter). Everything from the boutonnieres to the cake toppers and even the wedding sign announcing the bride's walk down the aisle were inspired by this couple's shared... read more

You Won’t Believe This Wedding Was Planned In Three Months!

Photo: Teale Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Natalie and Dax spent only three months officially engaged before swapping vows in a gorgeous outdoor wedding oozing with plush peonies and laid-back elegance. So how did this couple pull off in 12 weeks what most spend 12-14 months planning for? Forget about the all-inclusive honeymoon, they went for an all-inclusive venue at 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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