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What Shoes Should You Wear to Your Winter Wedding? The Perfect Bridal Bootie Of Course

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Strappy sandals aren't always an option when you're getting married in the cold winter months — and this season has been especially harsh. A great alternative is the dressy bootie. Here are five of our favorites for winter brides. Sheer Bling This bootie is perfect for the bride who likes a... read more

Fun Winter Foods You’ll Love For Your Wedding (Or Any Party)

Winter weddings reap the benefits of serving crowd-pleasing comfort foods and rich sweets. Warm cheese appetizers, soup shooters and creative food bars (an all-spud bar and poutine station top our favorites list) provide guests hearty snacks at the serving size of their choice. After all those savory foods, make sure your guests satisfy their sweet... read more

8 Accessories For A Winter Wedding

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6 Wedding Dresses With Sleeves (Hot Trend Alert!)

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Sleeved gowns were all over the runway this year at bridal fashion week. While the collections from 2013 aren't yet available for purchase, we've rounded up some sleeved numbers from top designers you can buy now! > Browse Hundreds of Sleeved Gowns > Top Gown Trends From Bridal Fashion Week read more

Wintry White Watters Dress

Photos: Birke PhotographyPhotos: Birke Photography
We're well-aware that summer is barely over, but this Vermont wedding was too pretty to not call attention too! Anne and Mike exchanged 'I dos' in an outdoor winter wedding -- they even made their ceremony exit on a horse-drawn sleigh. How romantic is that? Anne wore a no-fuss gown made... read more

Dana Stein Unveils Bridal Furs

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For the colder months, designer Dana Stein unveiled a bridal accessory line of fur boleros, shawls and wraps. We saw simple cropped looks, along with more elaborate long-sleeved jackets across a variety of styles and textures. In addition to her fur line, Stein also has an extensive collection of jewelry, shoes and handbags, which are sold... 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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