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Bright Blooms and Handmade Details Steal the Show in This Orange County Wedding

bride and groom | Justin Lee Photography | Blog.theknot.com
With a palette of cheerful colors and details with Spanish flair, Christy and Mateo's wedding at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado, California was packed with playfulness and personality. Bright blooms, like tulips, wildflowers and anemones, arranged by Shindig Chic stole the show, adding vibrancy to the simple reception tables. Christy created... read more

We Love the Sweet Sage Details in This Floridian Beach Wedding

When you think beach wedding, it's easy to get sucked into traditional tropical colors, like bright pink, fuchsia and purple, but this simple, romantic Florida Keys wedding stayed on the cooler end of the color spectrum with simple sage details. Christine and Eamon used mostly neutral colors in their flowers and... read more

Steal This Lavish, Preppy Reception Table Look!

We absolutely love how this table combined quirky accents with extremely polished decor, like funky, exotic orchids and ceramic horse bookends with classic tall cylinder vases and voluminous blooms and greenery. This decor, designed by Bliss Weddings and Events, has all the markings of an ultra-luxe wedding without feeling... read more

The View From This Couple's Ceremony Is Out Of Control

Elizabeth and Scot seriously delivered when it came to their spring wedding in Malibu. From an over-the-top huppah draped in lush ivory peonies designed by Petals By Xavi to sleek modern centerpieces and luxe silver accents, every detail played up the elegance and formality of the day. But it was the... read more

It Took Three Days to Set Up this Ultra-Luxe, Colorful Ceremony Decor

Alicia and Tony's private estate wedding in Barrington Hills, Illinois was the perfect mix of formal and familiar -- they effortlessly combined ultra-luxe decor with unique personal touches that truly spoke to them as a couple. With manicured acres of the Illinois estate property as their backdrop, Alicia and Tony used a color palette of... read more

This Beach Elopement Styled Shoot Has the Most Amazing Rustic Details

We absolutely love this elopement styled shoot on Montana de Oro beach in Los Osos, California. The atmosphere of the rocky, blustery beach paired perfectly with the driftwood details and the small, intimate elopement picnic setting. A Wild Poppy together with Two Cooks Catering, Twiggs Floral Design... read more

8 Creative Ways To Use Fruit And Vegetables At Your Wedding

Unexpected, but totally on-point, we are loving all of the fresh fruits and vegetables that have been popping up everywhere from bridal bouquets to escort cards and centerpieces. They're a great way to add depth and fullness to your floral arrangement, and they may even help you save a few bucks in the... read more

The Latest Rustic Wedding Trend? Driftwood!

We're always looking for creative and inexpensive DIY wedding ideas and that's exactly why we love driftwood wedding decor. Branches and other wood found along a shoreline of beaches and rivers are free, so it's the perfect place to start with a beachy-rustic DIY. Walking along a beach is a great place to find funky reception... read more

7 Crazy Cool Backdrops You Need For Your Couple Shots -- See the Photos!

Couples (and their photographers of course!) are getting creative when it comes to those must-have couple shots and wedding party portraits. Lately, we’ve been seeing a lot of crazy cool backdrops, from painted murals to unique architecture and intricate mosaics that make these shots look like works of art! Feeling inspired? Before your wedding, scope... read more

This Bride Nails Vintage Glam Bridal Style -- See the Photos!

style stalker |Suzuran Photography | Blog.theknot.com
A New Year's Eve wedding at The Arcade, a historic landmark in Cleveland, Ohio, calls for some serious style and Rachel did not disappoint. Playing up the wedding's theme, vintage with a modern twist, she dressed up her amazing lace gown with the perfect balance of vintage and glam accessories, from... 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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