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Circus Themed Wedding Ideas (Top Hats And Glitter Bombs!)

Photo: Nancy Ebert // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Nancy Ebert
The moment we set eyes on this wedding style shoot by German photographer Nancy Ebert, we knew we had to share. It's packed with fresh and fun wedding ideas -- we're talking a coral and turquoise color palette, geometric patterned paper elements, and glitter and sequins (anywhere and everywhere)! read more

A Pretty White Lounge by Mindy Weiss

Elizabeth Messina // Featured on The Knot BlogPhoto: Elizabeth Messina
Take a cue from this gorgeous lounge area and use your surroundings as built-in reception decor. Celebrity event planner Mindy Weiss (and one of our favorite wed 100 planners) took advantage of a garden trellis that was already on property and transformed it into a pretty lounge space. Simple white furniture and a mirrored... read more

An English Garden Party Under The Stars

Photo: Steve Wrubel // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Steve Wrubel
Most wedding venues come with their own set of built-in decor. Maybe it's a fireplace, an archway or even a large entryway. To make this water fountain look like it was meant to be there, Dallas-based wedding planner Todd Fiscus turned it into the focal point of the space by outlining it with green... read more

13 Ways to Customize Your Dance Floor

Custom Dance Floors from The Knot
Your dance floor is the perfect spot to do a little custom work. You can go all out (like the over-water dance floor below!) or you can keep it simple. Personalized vinyl decals, Gobo lighting and and a few creative materials can transform any space into a dance party. An Over-The-Pool Dance Floor... read more

Hot Trend We’re Loving? Rocks, Crystals and Geode Wedding Details

Geology Inspired Wedding Ideas
From a geode-studded sash to a terrarium centerpiece covered in crystalized rocks and white rock candy cocktail stirrers, we're loving these rock and crystal-inspired wedding ideas. Take a look! Geode Bridesmaid Necklace Geode Studded Sash Terrarium Covered Crystal Rocks Gold Foil Painted Geode Table Number Geode Ring Holder Rock Candy Cocktail Stirrers Hanging Geode Slices... read more

The Perfect Welcome Bag

Don't stuff your welcome bags with lots of little tchotchkes that no one will really use. Just a few will do. Take this pretty little welcome bag designed by wedding planner Tara Guerard for example. She tucked the itinerary of events and a mini champagne bottle (because it was a New Year's Eve wedding) into... read more

A Creative Way To Display Your Photos

Your escort card table is a great place to add some of your favorite photos. Maybe it's photos of the two of you throughout the years, or maybe you honor your family by displaying old family wedding photos. In this case, the bride and groom love to ski -- so for their Sundance, Utah wedding, read more

A Ceremony Covered in White Garden Roses

Photo: Elizabeth Messina // Design: Sharon SacksPhoto: Elizabeth Messina // Design: Sharon Sacks
Garden roses were the perfect romantic addition to the aisle and huppah of this outdoor wedding set in the hills of Santa Barbara. The lush white flowers, simple decor, and all-white palette were stunningly simple and created romantic ambiance without distracting from the gorgeous surroundings. I love that it's the perfect balance between nature and... read more

Feast Your Eyes On This Tablescape

Photography: Jen Fariello // Event Styling: Easton Events
The fall 2013 issue of The Knot Weddings Magazine is out on stands now and today we have a little sneak peek from one of the wedding style stories. The tables and colors were all inspired by the location, Pippen Hill Farm and Vineyard in Charlottesville, Virginia. One of our favorite wedding planners (and member... read more

20+ Creative Ways To Design A Ceremony Arch

Photo: John Labbe // Design: Preston BaileyPhoto: John Labbe
Think of your ceremony as a painting and your wedding arch as the frame. The arch is there to draw attention to the focal point (the vows!) and complement the art. There are so many ways to make your wedding arch unique with flowers, draping, even branches. For this wedding arch, Preston Bailey used... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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