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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

Happy Sunday! From a Formal Wedding in Durham, North Carolina...

Even though the photo shoot between the ceremony and the reception just seems like part of the itinerary of the day, North Carolina couple Melanie and Nicole would tell you it could be the best part of your entire wedding weekend. A time to just take a moment with your new spouse and enjoy some... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Military Wedding in Doylestown, Pennsylvania...

Between the getting ready, the all-eyes-on-you walk down the aisle and the non-stop reception party, it can be hard to spend alone time with your soon-to-be-spouse on your wedding day, so any little moment is something to cherish. "The best advice I got was to take a separate car to the reception," says Allison of... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Quirky Wedding in West Hills, California...

Sunday Snapshot | blog.theknot.com Rad + In Love
One easy way to include guests in your wedding day is to have them participate in a spontaneous parade from the ceremony to the reception (like a traditional Second Line Parade in New Orleans!). At Melanie and Michael's West Hills, California wedding, they did exactly that (and photographer Rad + In Love caught... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Bohemian New York City Wedding...

It's easy to feel stressed and overwhelmed when your wedding day is just beginning -- last-minute details still have to come together, and it seems like you've been planning this day forever. But once the ceremony is over, all of those stresses start to fade away and you realize that you've finally done it! This... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Glam Seattle, Washington Wedding...

Even though your wedding day is all about you as a couple, it can be hard to find a few moments alone with your fiance. Blakely and Matt's photographer, Andria Lindquist snapped this intimate picture of the couple finding a moment alone in the chaos. "We went for a walk after... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Luxe New York City Wedding...

There's a moment on your wedding day when everything comes together -- you slip on your dress, your hair and makeup is done, you have your first look with your fiance -- and you just feel fabulous. For Nadia, that moment happened on the streets of NYC. "My dress is called 'The King and I'...and... read more

Happy Sunday! From a Traditional Phoenix, Arizona Wedding...

How excited are you for your wedding day? This bride was so overjoyed the day of her wedding, that when she saw her groom for the first time, she literally jumped on top of him -- in her humongous wedding gown! "I was so excited, I leapt into his arms, even in my big, heavy... 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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