Photo credits | Barn: The White Sparrow Barn | Callie Manion Photography • Beach: Brandon Kidd Photography | Monarch Bay Club • Destination: KT Merry • Elope: The Colagrossis • Estate: Newhall Mansion | Brooke Borough Photography • Forest: Kate Whelan Events | Orange Turtle Photography • Garden: Posh Peony Floral and Event Design • Give: Erin Walker Photography • Industrial: The Porch at Digiland • Weddings: Mondrian South Beach | Cody Hunter Photography
For the scary movie-loving couple who embraces originality, a wedding that takes place on or around Halloween is the perfect way to indulge your interests. But gone are the days of taking the theme so literally! Check out these ideas for hosting an elegant Halloween wedding.
A throwback to the industrial revolution, this style mixes unrefined structures with sleek, contemporary design. If the industrial-chic style speaks to you, click here for 5 tips on achieving that elegantly edgy look.
Savannah is known for so many things: fabulous architecture, natural beauty (who doesn't love those gorgeous Spanish moss-draped trees?), great food, and balmy weather even in winter! It's not surprising that movies like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and Forrest Gump were filmed there…or that this city is home to quite a few unique wedding venues. Check out the ones we've highlighted!
School's out, vacations are planned, and awkward tan lines are popping up everywhere. It's summertime! But, before you opt for a summer wedding, read our guide to find out what's in season, what's in vogue, and what to take into consideration.
Engaged? Congrats! You may be passing the "engaged bliss!" phase and are heading toward the “Now what?!” phase. Trust us—it's totally normal to feel a little overwhelmed at this point, and we're here to help with our comprehensive wedding checklist!
Here are 31 important questions to ask when considering a wedding venue. Make sure to ask them all and get everything in writing in your final contract! We even have a printable PDF version that you can 3-hole punch and stick in your wedding binder.