Shira Savada

Shira is the former real weddings editor for Martha Stewart Weddings.
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This couple's big day was full of metallic, marble, and acrylic accents.
Gathering or creating these items will make your photo booth snapshots all the more memorable.
Even just a few strands of light will lend a warm glow to your celebration.
The actor popped the question spontaneously during a film screening.
If you love the look of a bee-motif, incorporate it into your wedding. Here, some of the sweetest ideas we've seen.
Move over, destination weddings! Far-flung engagement photos are the latest trend we're loving.
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Distinct color palettes, menus, and feelings ensured the welcome party, rehearsal dinner, and formal wedding all felt different for guests while still being a reflection of the couple.
This ornamental trim and pattern can be used throughout your ceremony and reception.
Move over, destination weddings! Far-flung engagement photos are the latest trend we're loving.
Distinct color palettes, menus, and feelings ensured the welcome party, rehearsal dinner, and formal wedding all felt different for guests while still being a reflection of the couple.
This ornamental trim and pattern can be used throughout your ceremony and reception.
The personal touches at this classic celebration highlighted the bride and groom's story while also celebrating their families.
The couple and their guests ventured across the world for the intimate wedding.
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This multi-day celebration in Maine included go-to camp activities, nightly bonfires, and an epic display of fireworks.
Burgundy, blush, and rose gold accents made this one beautiful, romantic celebration.
The dress code and color palette were neutral, but the wedding itself was lively and full of love.
A soft pink color palette set the tone for this couple's fall wedding.
Whether classic or modern, these glowing light fixtures will add something special to your celebration—be it front and center at the ceremony or en masse over your dance floor.
The intimate Tennessee celebration featured beautiful blooms, handmade paper details, a one-of-a-kind escort card display, and a very special performance.
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They wanted it to feel like a fancy family reunion—and thanks to 40 kids on the guest list and the bride's 94-year-old grandpa, it was just that.
Heartfelt vows were at the core of this celebration, which took place in an open-air chapel. Then, the party continued with dinner and dancing in the barn.
By making decisions based on the time of year and their personalities, this couple was able to get the wedding of their dreams and maximize their budget.
This micro wedding—complete with a pink gown, green suit, and a little Irish touch—was a true reflection of the bride and groom.
Moving inside the historic venue maintained this celebration's elegance. And the escort card alternative and first dance song selection were particularly meaningful.
Who says your bouquet can't pull double duty? Although these bouquets are gorgeous on their own, we love that they serve an extra purpose.