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Happy Sunday! From a Formal Winter Wedding in Edwards, Colorado...

Sometimes, when the two of you are off together with your photographer while the rest of your guests are gathered for cocktail hour, it can feel like a much-needed escape. Even though your photographer is snapping pictures of you, it really can feel like a moment you're sharing together as a couple. Shanelle explains the... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Whimsical City Hall Wedding in San Francisco...

If you're interested in a city hall wedding, probably one of the most iconic places to say "I Do" is San Francisco's City Hall building. It's dome, the fifth largest of its kind in the world and taller even than the United States Capitol dome will provide a unique architectural background to your wedding photos.... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Winter Wedding in Princeton, New Jersey...

Celebrating your wedding just after the loss of an important loved one is understandably hard and emotional, but sometimes we can be comforted by honoring their memory in some small way (like including their favorite treat for dessert, incorporating their favorite flowers into your bouquet or choosing a sentimental location), or even by... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Formal Wedding in Willoughby, Ohio...

Sunday Snapshot | Nine Zero Three Photography | blog.theknot.comNine Zero Three Photography
Sometimes taking direction from your photographer on your wedding day can be embarrassing or uncomfortable, but it almost always makes for a great picture, which is exactly what Inna and Igor found out during their first-look photo session. "The photographer requested I play hard to get, which made me even more anxious because... read more

Happy Sunday! From an Outdoor Wedding in Silverthorne, Colorado...

Sometimes a great picture is worth a dress alteration. Stay with us on this one! In order to get the perfect picture on a tandem bike with her groom, Katrina needed to actually cut off the train of her dress! She says the experience was well worth it for the photo, though. "We thought it... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Woodsy Wedding in Saxapaw, North Carolina...

There's no denying that wedding days can be more than a little stressful. Emotions are truly running high, which is why when you see your soon-to-be spouse for the first time, it just might make for a magical moment. Every reason you're getting married will start rushing back to you. For Angela and Karl, that... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Mountain Wedding in Beaver Creek, Colorado...

If you have a cool hobby that you do as a couple, it can be extra fun to highlight that during your celebration and again in your wedding photos. Some examples? A couple golfing in their formal attire, playing chess in tuxedos or riding a ski lift in wedding dresses. For their wedding in Beaver... read more

Happy Sunday! From Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois...

Where you choose to take your wedding photos is a reflection of your style and your personalities as a couple. Taking pictures under an iconic local landmark, for example, means you have a nostalgic local keepsake for the rest of your life. For Jilienne and John, taking photos at Wrigley Field (home of... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Romantic Outdoor Wedding in Santa Barbara, California...

One of the best aspects about choosing your wedding venue is picking a location that means something to you as a couple. Whether it is your nostalgia for your childhood hometown, reliving your glory days at your college alma mater, or a destination spot that takes you back to your favorite vacation together, your wedding... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Formal Winter Wedding in New York City...

Sunday Snapshot | Amy Rizzuto Photography | blog.theknot.comAmy Rizzuto
It's easy to dread weather on your wedding -- nothing's worse than rain or snow dampening your day when you least expect it -- but, weather can also add an extra element to your wedding photos. Sharing a romantic dance in the snow, for instance, can make a breathtaking picture. For Jessika, the snow ended... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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