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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

Everything About This Hawaii Wedding Is Beautiful

Mackenzie had two weeks left of her study-abroad program in Brisbane, Australia, when fate stepped into her apartment elevator in the form of her future husband, Tim. Despite Mackenzie's impending departure, they both knew they had found something special. So on Mackenzie's return trip to America, the couple decided to make a stop in Fiji,... read more

A Stunning Shabby-Chic Wedding (That’s Mostly DIY!)

Photo: Holly Cromer and Katie Estes // Featured: The Knot Blog
Reclaimed doors, mini-sketchbooks and a geometric lace gown: What else do you expect when two thrifty architects get married? Using a mix of vintage and repurposed elements, Emily and Brett planned a charming outdoor wedding full of inspiring DIY details at Virgina’s Boxtree Lodge. The antique enthusiasts incorporated family heirlooms and newfound treasures into an... read more

A Mountain Wedding In North Carolina (That Might Make You Cry)

At 32, Lanier's life completely changed with a cancer diagnosis. She had surgery and traded her job on Capitol Hill for healing and recovery at her family's home in the mountains of North Carolina. During that time, she would often visit a nearby mountain resort called Crestwood Resort. In a way, the resort became a... read more

How TheKnot.com Editor Gets Married!

Photo: Mel Barlow // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Mel Barlow
Oh boy. Here it goes. Planning a wedding as the editor of TheKnot.com came with its perks, and honestly, its downsides. On the one hand, I knew exactly who I wanted to have design my invitations, photograph my engagement photos and wedding, and decorate my cake.... read more

These Purple Onions Might Just Be The Coolest Wedding Flowers Ever

Adrienne and Cameron's downtown Los Angeles wedding was full of modern details at every turn. But the best part has to be the quirky purple alliums -- called purple sensations -- used in the ceremony flower box. Fun fact: Purple sensations are plant cousins with onion, garlic and leeks! Florist Clover Chadwick at Dandelion Ranch and planner... read more

17 Of The Prettiest Wedding Instagram Photos From 2013

One of our favorite pastimes is following our talented wedding industry friends on Instagram. It's where we see amazing details -- like a rose petal confetti canon, a stunning photograph of a bride just moments before she walks down the aisle, or the inside of a beautiful tented wedding -- unfold in real time. Here,... read more

This Is How A Wedding Florist Gets Married In Charlottesville, VA

When a wedding florist gets married, expect lushness! Such is the case with Anne and David's painterly wedding in Charlottesville, Virginia, where floral watercolor invitations, a stunning ceremony arch and tall pink and white centerpieces pop against a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains. After an outdoor ceremony at Keswick Hall (part of... read more

A Classic Maine Wedding (Plus Marriage Advice From Kindergarteners!)

Andrea and Martin met in training for Teach For America. Four years later, the two exchange vows in the bride's home state of Maine at the Asticou Inn. The theme? All Maine. Andrea took on the planning herself and incorporated New England style with details like handmade mussel and pearl ornaments, sea urchin... 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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