Destination: KT Merry • Dresses: Elizabeth Messina | Elie Saab • 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
Weddings: Mondrian South Beach | Cody Hunter Photography
New Orleans is a top U.S. vacation—and wedding—destination, a special place where the unique mix of history, culture, music, and cuisine creates an irresistible vibe. It's equally appealing for weddings, with venues that are certain to charm you, from historic mansions to an industrial-chic former coffee warehouse.
Bring a bit of the past into your present by hosting your wedding at one of Florida's fabulous historic venues. From a turn-of-the-century hotel and ancient monastery to private estate mansions and a waterfront museum, you have a wide variety of choices with lots of indoor and outdoor options for your event.
Boutique hotels are usually one-of-a-kind, and can deliver an equally unique experience. You'll discover that hosting your wedding at a more intimate hotel may be the perfect choice for you.
Wedding thank-you notes take mere minutes to write, but can mean the world to your guests. But what's the traditional etiquette for thank-you notes, and the best timeline for sending them out? Read on, friend. We've got the scoop on sending out your thank-you notes in a timely (and personalized!) manner.
Tired of the traditional guest books? Mix it up with a Wedding Wish Tree! We show you exactly how this DIY project is done. So grab your bridesmaids and get to DIY-ing this show-stopping wedding centerpiece.
Who doesn't love a barn wedding? The Seattle area has its share of wedding venues with barns, each one in its own unique country setting. Collectively, they accommodate the entire gamut of celebrations, from full-on rustic or rustic-chic to a totally elegant affair.
Los Angeles is blessed with literally hundreds of wedding venues spread throughout its mountains, beaches, parks, and urban centers. To give you a taste of your options, we've listed some of our favorites in a variety of popular categories, from beachfront to rustic.
What exactly is a "Wedding Style" you ask? Well, in the simplest of terms, it's what you and your partner want your wedding to look and feel like. Your wedding style helps you refine your focus and cut through the wedding-inspiration noise. It's important to choose one, but how do you do it? We’ve listed the 6 most popular wedding styles so you can get a sense of what speaks to you.