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Becky Mickel

Becky is a former associate editor for Martha Stewart Weddings.
Personalizing your nuptials is no small undertaking. These updated and unexpected selections will inspire you to draft a program that's entirely you.
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You won’t need a green thumb to tackle this easy DIY project designed by The Kitchy Kitchen’s Claire Thomas.
Add a touch of DIY to your big-day ensemble. This veil is a cinch to make, even if sewing isn't your thing! Tulle is easiest to work with, as it doesn't fray. If you choose organza or another woven fabric, use sealant on the cut edges.
Everything you need to know about making your marriage legal.
This celebration was full of island touches: a Junkanoo band, conch fritters, and a rum-soaked cake.
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They took turns stomping the glass at the ceremony and she only donned her veil at the reception.
A Maryland celebration for long-time loves showcasing the season and their farm's bounty
They took turns stomping the glass at the ceremony and she only donned her veil at the reception.
A Maryland celebration for long-time loves showcasing the season and their farm's bounty
The groom got in on the action by growing the ingredients for the reception's first course and the favor on his farm.
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A 100+ year old church, 400+ guests, and 100 percent fun for Katty and Chris in Tulsa.
No need to be intimidated by a turkey. Get your first Thanksgiving dinner on the table without a hitch, thanks to our tasty menu and handy timeline.
Famed chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck has worked more than 1,000 weddings and served the stars at the Academy Awards for 15 years running—so it's safe to say he knows a thing or two about food. Here, he shares his insider tips on how to create a wedding menu that will impress your guests.
Skip the standard bridal shower brunch and opt for a seriously sweet pre-wedding party—literally.
These 16 industrial settings have rich histories and are a breeze to personalize.
She's been designing timeless dresses for nearly 20 years and married equally as long. Trust us, she knows a thing or two about finding the one.
Forgoing the traditional bold colors for shades of white, gray, and gold, this couple capped off a few days of rituals and celebrations with a big wedding that roared until 2 a.m.
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Advice for looking flawless from the beginning to the end of your nuptials.
The practices that have distinguished Indian nuptials throughout history, from wearing the color red to mehndi parties.
Guests shared good times (and their dinners) at this colorful south-of-the-border celebration.
One bride-to-be celebrated her last days as a single lady with an outdoor bash featuring old-fashioned soda pop, movie-style popcorn, and a whole lot of Elvis.
Vino was front and center at this California celebration—in the palette, in the grapes surrounding the couple, and, of course, on the menu.
She's Swiss, he's English. They met Down Under and got hitched in a breathtakingly beautiful ceremony nestled within the Italian countryside.