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Happy Sunday! From a Modern Austin, Texas Wedding...

Welcome back to Sunday Snapshot -- this week, we pulled this pretty shot by The Nichols. Photographers took this picture right after Katy and Cort exchanged vows. "I felt so happy, excited and calm after the marriage ceremony," Katy says. Ask anyone who's gone through it and they'll tell you that the ceremony is a magical... read more

It Rained On Their Wedding Day (Sunday Snapshot!)

It's Sunday, so it's time to fall in love with another Sunday Snapshot! This week features Murfeesboro, Tennessee couple Mary and Alex. Although it rained on their wedding day, they weren't deterred -- and either was their photographer from Mary Rosenbaum Photographs. Amidst the rain, they grabbed an umbrella and snapped this sweet black-and-white wedding photo.... read more

Sunday Snapshot: Ashley and Daniel, Sarasota, FL

It's Sunday! So sit back, relax and get inspired by this gorgeous couple shot by 1313 Photography. Ashley was nervous for her groom to see her the day of the wedding. Would he like the way she looked? Turns out, she shouldn't have stressed! Daniel lit up when he saw her in her... read more

Sunday Snapshot: Mckenzie and Kenneth, Olympic Valley, CA

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Take a moment to get inspired by this carefree candid shot by Larissa Cleveland Photography. Mckenzie and Kenneth Graham; July 13; Olympic Valley, California. Photography by Larissa Cleveland Photography  Want more? Right here! > 50 Must-Have Wedding Photos > Our Favorite Cakes Ever > Top Photography Trends read more

A Sun-Drenched Colorado Wedding by Harper Point Photography

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Forget about your to-do list for one second, take a look at this gorgeous wedding photo and read this: A rich sense of place makes for high-impact wedding photos. For Caitlin and Cody, this sun-drenched field in the middle of Kremmling, Colorado created the perfect romantic backdrop for their first moment alone on their wedding... read more

Perla & Colin in Houston, TX

In this rare moment,the Williams Waterwall was clear of tourists. As Colin leaned in for a kiss, a misty breeze swept up Perla's veil, making for an unforgettable portrait. > See More Houston Real Weddings. > More Wedding Inspiration We Love! > 50 Wedding Photos You Can't Do Without! read more

A Rose Petal Confetti Kiss

How festive! Bright-yellow rose petals and contrasting blue iris petals fell across the sky to celebrate Bozena and Klinton's newlywed status -- sealed with a kiss. > See More Southern California Real Weddings. > More Wedding Inspiration We Love! > 50 Wedding Photos You Can't Do Without! read more

Laura & Josh in St. Louis, MO

Let's face it -- an alone-at-last portrait is a wedding album classic. Looking for that extra oomph? Have your photographer pull the camera back and shoot from behind to give a dramatic sense of environment. > See More Kansas/Missouri Real Weddings. > More Wedding Inspiration We Love! > 50 Wedding Photos... read more

Anna & Colin in Minnetonka, MN

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When guests sipped and mingled, Anna and Colin found a serene lakeside locale to enjoy their first married moment alone. "It gave us a chance to take in the excitement and appreciate the day," Anna says. > See More Minneapolis-St. Paul Real Weddings. > More Wedding Inspiration We Love! > 50... read more

Sunday Snapshot: Lindley & Justin in Starke, F.L.

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Staged fireworks are the perfect way to add a little lighthearted drama to your photo album -- like this couple did at the Camp Blanding Joint Trading Center. > See More Florida Real Weddings. > More Wedding Inspiration We Love! > 50 Wedding Photos You Can't Do Without! 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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