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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 gown. There are so many options for colorful wedding dresses in almost every shade, from a hint of blush and dreamy pastels to even bold brights... read more

11 Wedding Dessert Ideas (That Aren’t Cake!)

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Wedding cake is a staple and we're certain it's not going anywhere anytime soon but, there's no rule that you have to serve just wedding cake (or have a cake at all!). These couples switched it up for the dessert course and served some unexpected sweet treats. Feast your eyes on... read more

6 Unexpected Ceremony Aisles

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There's more to the ceremony aisle than just traditional white or red carpet. These days, couples are adding flare to their ceremony by dressing up their aisle with flowers, decor and pretty and creative alternatives to the aisle runner. From stripes, to ombre petals and even creative set ups that incorporate the surroundings... 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

10 Brides Who Didn’t Wear Heels

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There’s nothing like an amazing pair of shoes to complete your wedding look – and while heels are definitely the most popular choice, they aren’t the only pretty option to pair with your wedding dress. We’ve seen brides rock flats, cowboy boots and even sneakers (yes, really!) on their wedding day and totally... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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