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Want A Dramatic Wedding Cake? Try A Tall Middle Tier

Here's a fun way to put a twist on the classic, round-tiered wedding cake: Double the height of the middle tier. The best part about a tall, exaggerated cake layer is that it provides the perfect backdrop for a fun pattern, oversized sugar flower, or even your new shared monogram! 1. A Gold Metallic Cake Accented... read more

11 Ideas to Steal from Engage14!

11 Ideas from Engage14 to Steal For Your Wedding!John Cain Photography

Just last month, we had the opportunity to attend a luxury wedding conference called Engage in Colorado. This conference gives us the opportunity to meet and listen to some of the most elite wedding professionals in the industry and it's one of most perfectly planned, designed and executed events ever. One of...

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6 Seriously Pretty Table Linen Ideas (By Style!)

The right linens are a fail-proof way transform your reception space. The trick is to find just the right color and texture to match your aesthetic. For example, a table linen covered in petals and soft pink creates a very different vibe than a gold sequins... read more

7 Brides Who Didn’t Wear White

The long white dress is probably one of the most iconic wedding details, but these days more brides are breaking with tradition and choosing a color they love for their wedding dress. There's so many options for colorful wedding dresses in almost every shade from hint of color blush to dreamy pastels and... read more

8 Crazy-Cool Places You Can Actually Get Married

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Sure, you could get married in a ballroom -- but you certainly don't have to. From a clock tower to an old flour mill, we rounded up some of the most awe-inspiring places across the country to get married. In Front of a Dinosaur Skeleton  Where to find it: Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta... read more

17 Ways to Include Moss in Your Wedding Decor

We're seeing moss everywhere recently, and it isn't only popping up in rustic weddings! Since its form allows it to be shaped in a variety of designs and cling to a number of different surfaces, this greenery can really come in handy. From preppy and traditional receptions to whimsical, romantic events,... read more

The Hottest Summer Wedding Trends Are…

Clockwise from top left: Rebekah J. Murray Photography; Lauren Fair Photography; Meg Ruth Photo; June Bug Co.Clockwise from top left: Rebekah J. Murray Photography; Lauren Fair Photography; Meg Ruth Photo; June Bug Co.
This season’s trends -- bright watercolor palettes, bold floral installations, cactus details and snow-cone cocktails -- are heating up summer weddings. Read on for new ideas to inspire you. Layer colors like pink, yellow and orange for a citrus-inspired color palette that’s super-fresh for summer. The key to making your color palette look modern and... read more

9 Brides Who Skipped the Fresh Flower Bouquet

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As much as we love a beautiful bridal bouquets full of fresh flowers, it can be really fun to reinvent the classics. Here, nine bouquet ideas -- sans flowers. Jessica's Sheet Music Bouquet From the album: An Intimate Summer Wedding in Brooklyn, NY Shannon's Felt Bridal Bouquet... read more

8 Cakes That Say It All

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Sugar flowers and buttercream aren't the only way to make your wedding cake creative and personal, literary quotes, vows, lyrics or a simple message add a romantic twist on the traditional cake. We love this trend of edible expressions of love, especially when the words are particularly... read more

17 Hats You Can Wear To A Wedding (And The Kentucky Derby!)

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Let's be real -- The Kentucky Derby isn't all about horses. What we really tune in to see are all of the super stylish hats! But why keep these race-track staples reserved for one day a year? Hats are the perfect accessory for a spring or summer wedding. Here, we rounded up a handful of chic chapeaux... read more
No matter where you wed, first impressions are essential. A personalized entryway will make your site more welcoming and help guests feel at home almost immediately. If you're having an outdoor wedding, hang leis of orchids or sun-catching glass ornaments on the surrounding trees. For a ballroom, have your florist create an escort card table arrangement with plenty of height so it's the first thing guests see. A rustic affair calls for tons of lanterns lining the pathways.  
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