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Tia Albright

Tia is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.

From flowers to food, you can't go wrong with any of these holiday-inspired motifs.
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Pie-inspired cakes are the perfect dessert for a wedding taking place during the holiday season!
Autumn is the season for cozy drinks, and these ideas fit the bill.
Don't let the season get you (or your blooms) down.
First and foremost, make sure it comes from the heart.
You may not mean to, but you might be making things harder than they need to be.
The most important tip? Create a backup plan.
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Embrace the warm weather with these suggestions.
You can't go wrong with brunch.
No need to drown in thank-you notes. Use these tips to make the task more manageable (and maybe even fun).
Help your guests find their seat by following these simple rules.
Conquer that pile of thank-you notes in seven simple steps.
How to get an out-of-control mom to chill out.
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Keep your wedding classy but festive with these simple tips.
Learn your partner's love language to keep your relationship healthy.
Consider this your ultimate guide.
In other words: how to not be a bridezilla.
Your ring is the sparkly symbol of your love, but are you treating it that way?
Check these to-dos off your list before settling into married life.
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With cameras flashing all night long from your wedding photographer and all your paparazzi-for-a-day guests, you'll want to look your best all night long on your big day. Even with the best professional makeup, the kissing, crying, and fun fest will take a toll on your look. Use these tips for pro-worthy touchups.
No guest really wants an engraved wine glass.
Guest list not getting any smaller? We feel you. It's tough to cut it down, especially when everyone (and your mother) says so-and-so just can't be left off the list. Your dream of a dozen people on a cliffside may no longer be a reality, but your ultimate desire to have a warm, personal affair isn't as far off as it might seem. We asked wedding pros to share their tips for taking a big wedding and making it feel just right. Here's what they had to say.