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3 Wedding Invitation Must-Haves From Ceci New York

While we know that gold foiled envelopes and extra heavyweight letterpressed invites are amazing, they're not always in budget. So at the end of the day, what do you REALLY need to make sure to think about and include when it comes to ordering your invites? We sat down with luxury wedding invitation designer... read more

An Under The Sea Reception With A 16-Foot Dessert Bar!

Photo: Samuel Lippke / Featured: The Knot Blog
Here's a wedding theme we hadn't heard of before... a modern under-the-sea zen-themed wedding! Wed 100 expert and wedding planner Vanessa Van Wieren of Alchemy Fine Events & Invitations and her incredible team transformed the Scripps Seaside Forum in La Jolla, California into a living aquarium with coral linens, shell table numbers, lucite trays, origami cranes... read more

4 Wedding Style Tricks From Lyndsey Hamilton Events

Photo: Philip Ficks / Featured: The Knot blog
Trust us when we tell you, event planner Lyndsey Hamilton (and one of our Wed 100 series experts) has styled and designed some seriously beautiful weddings! Her biggest piece of advice to brides? Pick a palette and theme and carry it through the entire day. Below, a little eye candy from a shoot she did for... read more

10 Tips For The Perfect Wedding Album

Photo: Ira Lippke/ Featured: The Knot blog
We're constantly talking about the must-have shots for your wedding album. But once you get all those beautiful photos back, there's still work to be done: Creating the perfect photo album. That's why we went to NYC-based documentary-style wedding photographer Ira Lippke of Ira Lippke Studios (also one of our Wed 100 pros!). "A wedding album... read more

A Luxe Wedding At The Grand Del Mar From YourBash! Event Design

Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Brian Worley of YourBash! event design is an expert in crafting luxurious weddings. To continue our Wed 100 series, we're showcasing his knack for gorgeous design in the best way possible: With this real wedding in San Diego, California full of steal-worthy decor ideas and event inspiration. Brian wanted the architecture of The... read more

5 Things Every Bride Needs According to Event Designer AaB Creates

Xochitl Gonzalez of AaB Creates Event Design knows what it takes to put an event together (Watch the time lapse video below to see what goes into setting up a space like Skylight One Hanson in Brooklyn, New York!) but when it comes to the bride, Xochitl advises to throw all the... read more

8 Must-Haves According to Event Designer Jesi Haack

Jesi Haack is known in the weddings industry for her incredibly creative and innovative wedding decoration ideas. She's put together life-sized Scrabble board guest books, hand-made lace ceremony altar backdrops and a dessert table doused with tea towels. Here, Jesi shares 8 things every bride needs on their wedding day. Take note! 1. An Amazing... read more

3 Gorgeous Wedding Decor Ideas from Details Details

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The wedding planners behind Details Details shared with us gorgeous ways to personalize a wedding from the invites to the event space. Read their tips below and get more inspiration from our ongoing Wed 100 series! 1. Match Your Wedding Flowers to Your Stationery For a cohesive look match your stationery, including invites... read more

3 Expert Planning Tips from Celeb Wedding Stylist Marcy Blum

Wedding and event planner Marcy Blum has paved the way for high-profile weddings with a client list including Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon, Katie Lee and Billy Joel, and Padma Lakshmi and Salman Rushdie. We get the goods straight from the "eventiste" herself as part of our Wed 100 summer series. Read on for... read more

3 Tips from Celeb Wedding Designer David Beahm

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Our next post from the Wed 100 summer series comes from event designer and planner David Beahm. David is a staple on the New York social scene -- with a resume including the Plaza Hotel wedding of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas and a even an exclusive Destinations Weddings service. He dishes his... 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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