Chrisanne Grisé

Chrisanne is a former senior associate editor for Martha Stewart Weddings.
What does a stylish New York City couple do for their fall wedding in the rustic Adirondack Mountains? They glam it up.
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This Buffalo-based couple couldn't wait to showcase their lives together during an intimate outdoor celebration.
Here's how to convey your celebration's theme right from the start.
Need some fresh inspiration for your wedding's design? Turn to the art of basketry. These elegant and boho details will take your celebration to the next level.
Slay those goals with the help of her advice.
The coolest vendors now come on wheels.
Here's how to plan a show or incorporate other pyrotechnic details on the big day.
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Rum punch was the unofficial signature drink at this destination wedding, which included steel drummers and a money dance!
This couple tied the knot at a historic church, then celebrated with a party at an old pump house in Dallas complete with fried chicken and dancing.
Boston's picturesque harbor and legendary history created a vibrant backdrop for this family-focused wedding on the water.
Whether you're a regular Sunday brunch hostess or a laid-back dinner party planner, there's a china set here for you.
These customizable pyramids do double duty! The finished products will serve as both your wedding program and a holder for confetti.
Considering this popular bloom for the wedding? Read this first.
The setting influenced most of the details of the day, and the grooms' dogs added some personality, too.
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Are you ready to shop for your wedding dress? This handy guide will help get you started.