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Bring on the Love: Our First-Ever Weddings Issue Is Here

Da, da, da, dum…
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Romance is in the air: Domino’s first-ever weddings issue is here, and it’s filled with real-life love stories, “I do” destinations, artful tablescapes, and more ideas to inspire your big day. Our editors teamed up with Amazon Wedding Registry to curate guides that help you navigate pre- and post-nuptial bliss, as well as shoppable registries (simply build your own as you read by scanning the SmileCodes on the page). We also called upon creative visionaries in food, fashion, flowers, and travel—people who are rewriting the rules on tradition—to share how they’d throw an unforgettable party. 

From pastel-colored cakes to a handy budget map, you can discover all the inspiration in those pages on the dedicated microsite (officially launching October 15), which will also feature quizzes to help you figure out your ideal color palette, honeymoon spot, and wish list. The special issue hits newsstands next week, but if you’re in New York City, you can snag a copy early at our SoHo pop-up at 632 Broadway. Starting this Friday, October 11, through Sunday, October 13, come discover our favorite registry finds and experience Prime Video’s new series, Modern Love, ahead of its October 18 premiere. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come.

Artful Arrangements 

tropical table setting
photography by will anderson

Floral designer Doan Ly of A.P. Bio puts an unexpected twist on four typical themes: tropical, desert, gothic, and rainbow. Oversize leaves, clusters of store-bought fruit, and dried blooms look right at home in everyday salad bowls and antique urns. 

Plenty to Celebrate 

couple wallking out of city hall
photography by sylvie rosokoff

The face of our cover, Roxanne Fequiere, takes us behind the scenes of her City Hall ceremony before ending on the sweetest note: a ’70s-inspired after-party in Manhattan’s East Village. Four equally cool nuptials also lie ahead. 

Ways to Wind Down

rocky barnes wedding dress
photography courtesy of rocky barnes

We asked newlyweds like Rocky Barnes and Marina Rutherfurd to reveal how they prepared for the big day (Barnes filled her bath with eucalyptus oil the night before; Rutherfurd hydrated with antioxidant serum all weekend long). Plus, wellness experts share 12 healthy habits to start practicing in advance. 

Registries by Room 

kitchen stocked with canisters
photography by heidi’s bridge

Want to forgo fragile, fancy keepsakes for functional products? Whether you’re stocking your bookshelves, linen closet, or kitchen pantry, we’ve got a list of everything you need to create a hardworking home. 

Wedding planning can be a piece of cake. Look for our inaugural issue on newsstands this month. 

See more wedding ideas:  5 Couples on the Things They Wish Had Been in Their Wedding Registry 5 Non-Cliché Wedding Trends If You Don’t Want to Play By the Rules “Taste With Your Memory” and Other Notes From an Inventive Wedding Caterer

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Lydia Geisel

Home Editor

Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home and renovation stories, including house tours, before and afters, and DIYs, and leads our design news coverage. She lives in New York City.