Blythe Copeland

Blythe is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.

Here are three easy ways to recreate the Big Easy celebration at home.
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From the traditional to the unexpected, wow your partner with one of these beautiful blooms.
Bring the outdoors in with serene shades like terra-cotta, taupe, and clay.
Soft florals, weathered wood, and modern acrylics brought this couple's personality to every detail.
Avoid that 10 p.m. slump with the right food, games, and music.
Another Southern city claims to have originated the holiday's revelries of feasting, parade floats, and rich costumes.
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Make sure everyone shows up in their ugliest sweater with these expert tips.
This couple made the most of Florida's weather and sophisticated metallics for their intimate soirée at home.
A destination event in the South of France brought these two families together when travel became safe again.
The couple also set up an outdoor movie lounge to play their favorite films.
Here, discover an expert's tips to make seasonal travel easier and safer.
Hint: Stay away from the dishwasher.
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Put together a memorable, stress-free gathering this year.
Prepare a meal that welcomes all of your loved ones with these dos and don'ts.
Bring your friends together for a low-stress, high-impact event.
One family built a spooky haunted house inside their century-old home—and it's sure to inspire your own Halloween festivities.
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You want your menu to reflect the time of the year.
The pair kept their décor minimal, letting the gorgeous golf course landscape shine.
Make a spot that spikes envy in the adults.