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Save Vs. Splurge: Marsala Accents

Pantone took a cue from an Italian cooking wine when uncorking their Color Of The Year for 2015. Marsala, an earthy deep red, gives off sophisticated vibes (after all, it's pretty close to ultra-chic oxblood), and works well with metallics like gold, rose gold and copper. Perfect for a fall or winter wedding, marsala... read more

Save Vs. Splurge: 12 Colorful Statement Heels

A pair of colorful heels are a great way to add a personal touch to your wedding look. Put a new twist on the old "something blue" tradition with a pair of glittery heels in deep navy, or really mix it up with a bright aqua pair. Looking to make a more daring... read more

Look Of The Moment — Enchanted Garden

Flower crowns have been hot for a few seasons, but designer Reem Acra is taking floral accents to a whole new level, weaving blossoms into elaborate tiaras and even sending flower garlands down the runways in the place of belts and wraps. The end result? A perfectly feminine and fashion-forward look that feels bohemian... read more

Not Sure Which Veil To Wear With A Sexy Silhouette? Check Out These Tips!


Let's face it: Bridal fashion has gotten pretty sexy recently, and cut-outs, plunging backs and clingy fabrics rule the runways. Revealing gowns are a great option for the bride who wants to make a daring statement, but a sexy dress can make choosing a veil tricky. Can you wear a traditional veil...

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Save Vs. Splurge: 12 Stunning Statement Earrings

Whether you're sporting an updo or a simple neckline, statement earrings are a great way to jazz up your wedding look. Opt for art-deco-inspired ones if you're going for a vintage vibe, oversize crystal clusters if you're more into an ultra-glam look, or funky ear cuffs for a modern edge. Another thought: glitzy sapphire drops... read more

Look Of The Moment — Royal Elegance

Designers like Inbal Dror and Reem Acra are giving a whole new meaning to the phrase "princess bride." Their slinky gowns paired with medieval-inspired crowns are a fresh twist on regal style (think: more Game of Thrones than Cinderella).  For your own take on this trend, splurge on some... read more

Looking For The Perfect Wedding Cover-Up? Check Out These Tips!

We love a good shoulder-baring dress, but the reality is, if you're having an outdoor ceremony in fall or winter you may need to bundle up or risk chilly discomfort. It may seem like a no-brainer on any other day, but adding a cover-up to your wedding dress can raise a lot of... read more

Save Vs. Splurge: 14 Amazing "Something Blue" Accessories

"Something Blue" may be a time-honored tradition, but that doesn't mean you can't put your own spin on it. From statement necklaces to sparkly clutches, there are endless ways to work all shades of blue into your wedding outfit, and look fashion-forward while doing it. (Plus, pops of color are hot right now!)... read more

Look of the Moment — Winter Wonderland

From shimmering snowdrifts to frosted landscapes, a wintry wedding is a great excuse to indulge in some sparkle. Brave the cold with a fashion-forward cashmere coat (or a more subtle embellished cardigan), and pair your cozy cover-up with crystal-encrusted accessories like pavé heels and snowflake-inspired statement earrings. Here's everything you need... read more

The Hottest New Bridal Accessories Straight Off the Runway!

Bridal Fashion Week Accessories Trends | blog.theknot.com
Regal tiaras, gold collar necklaces and leather jackets -- Fall 2015's bridal fashion runways were full of pieces that ran the gamut from formal to casual. Dress down your look with a leather bomber jacket or chunky sweater, or find your inner socialite with a chic hat perfect for the Kentucky Derby or even a... 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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