Courtney Levia

Courtney is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
Make sure everyone is aligned on these key elements long before the big day arrives.
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The goal is to find footwear that is both fashionable and comfortable.
Ultimately, the right shoes for your big day depends on the length of your wedding dress and the climate and terrain of your locale.
Avoid these mistakes to ensure a better set of photos on the other side of your big day.
A big-day stylist and event planner offer their take on an optimal timeline for this important wedding-related task.
According to experts, the answer is a resounding yes. Here's how to facilitate an introduction.
Choosing a convenient location and time is key, note our experts.
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Even a casual dress code requires some effort, note our experts.
It's a great way to remember this special vacation, but it comes at a price.
Choosing a convenient location and time is key, note our experts.
Even a casual dress code requires some effort, note our experts.
It's a great way to remember this special vacation, but it comes at a price.
A week-long getaway sounds fun, but consider what your guests can realistically handle.
Now that it's safer to gather, you're likely itching to plan a celebration with all of your family and friends.
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Avoiding this common errors will make their job easier and ensure you get footage you really want.
You'll want to know what you plan to serve—and how many total courses—before you start mapping out the rest of the day.
While it might seem like a great idea, experts actually advise against it.
Your family and friends think they're being helpful, which is why a tactful approach is essential.
Ultimately, it's up to you, but there are a few things you should know before you finalize your seating chart.
Every situation is different, but the pros have some baseline advice.
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Everyone likes options, but you definitely don't need to go crazy.