Our 15th Anniversary Party Photo Booth
Wedding planner Annie Lee of Daughter of Design shared her destination-wedding plans with our edit team.
The couple who started it all -- Darcy's parents. Darcy's first wedding-planning experience was working with her mother to plan her sister's wedding.
From Martha Stewart, Denise Silverberg, director of jewelry and luxury goods, Darcy Miller, SVP, Edit director, Weddings, and Amy Wilkins, SVP, publisher, Weddings.
When we need a rubber stamp in a hurry, we turn to Stampworx 2000 -- run by owner Donald Carucci, here with his wife.
Erin Cole and Karin Schroeder, co-owners of Erin Cole, who creates couture veiling, headpieces, and jewelry.
Gisele Del Busto and Maria Elena of Maria Elena Headpieces.
Husband-and-wife team Robert Allen and Holli Ehrlich of Wedding Podcast Network, the first and only place on the web to download bridal-specific podcasts.
Event designer Matthew Robbins expressing his appreciation to his partner Holly. Read Matthew's advice for you each week on our blog, The Bride's Guide.
Even we need a wedding planner! Here's who we relied on: Claudia Hanlin (right) and Jennifer Zabinski of The Wedding Library.
Jessica and Cody, our winners from "The Today Show Throws a Martha Stewart Wedding."
Nohely Lora (West Coast sales director), Melina Jondee (East Coast sales director), Annette Z. Garcia-Acosta (vice president and national sales director), Tamara Garcia (visual arts director) and dress designer Jorge Manuel.
Our editor-in-chief Katie Hatch and editorial director Darcy Miller.
Livia Cetti of The Green Vase has been a go-to florist for us ever since she was an editor here; see her work on Jayme Smith Murray's wedding. She is with Theresa Canning Zast, artistic director of Kate Spade, and Anthony Luscia, with his partner, Rusty James, who keeps all our special projects on track.
Even Martha Stewart staffers get excited about catching the bouquet! Here, Madeleine Advanti, Katie Spears, and Natasha Malinsky fight over one.
Our founding publisher, Marcia Miller (left), was the first to define our brand as the most refined, the most exquisite. See what she started? Here, she poses with Elena Karafotias from Ultimate Bride, Chicago's appropriately-named dress boutique.
When you're always a bridesmaid, weddings make you a little crazy, no? Don't worry -- Mayra Castillo and Xochitl Gonzalez of the wedding-planning service Always a Bridesmaid will make sure your day comes off without a cake mishap.
We weren't just partying -- we ran live coverage of the entire event on Twitter and our blog. Here's the coverage team: Photographer Mel Barlow (with the camera) and her helper for the evening; Darcy; Jenn Andrlik McMurrer, our web editor (with iPhone in hand, natch), and special projects editor Anthony Luscia. They look surprisingly sane, no?
The "silent secret" to the success of any party: the staff. The Plaza's waiters made our event. Thanks, guys!
American TV personality and style expert Robert Verdi.
Our production editor, Sarah Sims Erwin, who understands parties because she has had the experience of being a deejay on the side.
Shaina Kennedy, West Coast ad sales at Martha Stewart Living, and Erika Firm, owner and stationery designer at Delphine.
As our fashion market editor, Sherri Caudell Brennan covers accessories, fashion, and bridesmaid gifts.
Simon T. Bailey, an internationally-known speaker, author, and consultant.
Liz Kaiser, Debbie-Ann White, director of public relations and promotions, and Joann Delgin, director of romance, Sandals and Beaches Resorts.
It's more than flowers; we've got our very own etiquette maven -- see Talley Sue Hohlfeld's etiquette posts twice each week on our blog, and fire off a question of your own.
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