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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.
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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.
Dark desserts can make a major statement. If you don't love the look of a traditional white cake, this new trend might be for you.
European influences were balanced with lots of local touches like cheese curds and Midwestern charm at this couple's celebration.
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A black-and-white color palette and an eye for design set the tone for this couple's contemporary celebration.
European influences were balanced with lots of local touches like cheese curds and Midwestern charm at this couple's celebration.
A black-and-white color palette and an eye for design set the tone for this couple's contemporary celebration.
Indian and Hindu details were woven into this slightly bohemian multi-day wedding. After a welcome dinner completed with fireside s'mores, everyone slept in tents on the property.