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This Chicago Couple Skipped the Wedding Arch for an Outdoor Fireplace in the City

This Chicago Couple Skipped the Wedding Arch for an Outdoor Fireplace in the City

It was the only venue they considered.

Foraged Marble Chips Made the Simplest DIY Escort Cards at This Vermont Wedding

Get your Sharpies ready.

Plan a Greenhouse Wedding in 7 Weeks? No Problem

“Honestly, we could have done it in five,” says the bride.

This Couple Shopped Their Apartment for Their Wedding Decor

Rented stuff just isn’t as personal.

We Wanted Our 40-Person Wedding to Feel Like a Dinner Party

It all started with a pre-ceremony ocean plunge.

A Cocktail Lounge Set the Cozy Scene for This Intimate Chinatown Wedding

Swathed in jewel tones and abstract florals.

A City Hall Wedding Followed by Bagels, Then a Small Ceremony With Friends

The case for getting married twice.

A Rainbow-Themed Wedding Calls for Psychedelic Dinner Napkins

The reception backdrop was made from fabric scraps.

Why Not Wear a Bright Pink Suit to Your City Hall Wedding?

Flying across the world requires arriving in style.

At Their Technicolor Farm Wedding, This Couple Walked Down the Aisle Together

“Plan a party you want to attend.”

This Brooklyn Bride Rented Her Sparkly Reception Dress

The daytime party was a no-fuss fete.

This Candy-Themed Wedding Was Every Bit as Sweet as It Sounds

Guests jumped into a pool of sprinkles at the end.

Brownstone Stoops Are Becoming NYC’s Hottest Wedding Venues

Couples are taking matters into their own hands.

Colorful Crafts Set the Tone for This Vibrant Palm Springs Wedding

Wood cacti, spray-painted palm leaves, and more.

This Artist Couple DIYed Their Magical Mosaic Ceremony Arch

It even has niches for flowers.

This Couple Skipped the Cake, But Their L.A. Wedding Was Still Epic

“We were hosting the dinner party of our lives.”

The Bride Wore a $100 Everlane Sweater to This Low-Key City Hall Wedding

Here are her tips for a perfect, casual day.

A First Dance–Free Thursday Wedding Planned on a $10K Budget

“Don’t do anything for tradition’s sake.”

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