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From indoor grass aisles to dramatic canopies of blooms, florist Andrea Halliday knows how to turn a blank canvas into a blossoming wonderland.
No-show officiant? Sudden downpour? No problem. With day-of coordinator Michelle Schaufeld on your side, there’s no such thing as a wedding mishap.
Wedding dresses aren’t one-size-fits-all—why should invitations be? À Deux’s Kelli Parker creates bespoke stationery tailor-made to a couple’s personality and style.
Spontaneity is key for Brick Park Entertainment’s Christianne Reiniger and Julian Morelli, who like to keep the crowd guessing and on their feet.
Two left feet? Local dance pro Leon Turetsky will get you spinning, stepping, and spotlight-ready for the big day.
From repurposed benches to mismatched bridesmaid dresses, blogger extraordinaire Maggie Lord makes sense of the rustic wedding trend.
Problem skin, sparse brows, and lackluster lips are no match for Katrina Hess, who helps every bride look positively radiant.
Who wouldn’t want to see Uncle Sid in a party hat blowing kisses at the camera? Thanks to the Danger Booth—created by Zac Wolf and Becca Goldring—you can relive this and other priceless wedding moments again and again.
When it comes to bringing a bride’s vision to life, New England Country Rentals’ Kelly Ucen knows it’s all in the details.
Tips, tricks, and advice from the pros.
A good wedding DJ helps set the tone of your whole affair— but with all the styles and personalities out there, selecting the right music […]
Want to stand out from the bridal pack? Ceremony’s Alix Childs offers unique dresses from under-the-radar designers.
Modern wedding decorum can be mystifying. Snezana Pejic makes sense of assigned seating, social media, and B-list guests.
Registry specialists Katy Winzler, Emily Anderson, and Jennifer Hill help couples make a list and check it twice.