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The Knot Weddings Magazine Spring 2018

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United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
XO Group Inc.
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inspiration is all around you

In theory, that’s an amazing thing. But when you need to make pointed decisions about everything from your cake to the escort card display, never-ending inspiration can sometimes become more of a burden than a blessing. Take Bridal Fashion Week for example. In October, my team and I attended over 60 runway shows and saw over 1,000 dresses all within seven days—talk about overload. How on earth were we supposed to make sense of all those incredible gowns? Eventually, I came to realize the week wasn’t meant for making sense of anything, but allowing us to be moved by what we saw. Lo and behold, by the end, the trends were starting to become clear—I had favorite gowns in my mind and I could see how we were going to…

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contributors

TOM CORBETT PHOTOGRAPHER/DIRECTOR Cover and “Bright Whites Big City” (p. 230) How can I make my bridal portraits feel unexpected? I like to be very free and flexible when shooting. To capture a more unique photograph, ask your photographer to mix up the camera position or angle. Also, putting wedding dresses in nonwedding situations (like we did in this issue’s fashion feature on the streets of New York) helps a shot feel a bit edgier and less “bridal.” @tomcorbettnyc SEYUN KIM FOUNDER, RICE & FLOWER “Color Crush: Dusty Lavender” (p. 163) How did intricate buttercream flowers become your signature cake detail? I’m originally from South Korea where buttercream flowers are very popular. I love how buttercream allows you to create elaborate details and texture, while still tasting delicious, so I began experimenting and making my own designs. Sugar and…

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the knot gala

OCTOBER 9, 2017, NEW YORK CITY 6 TRENDS TO STEAL 1 STRIKING INVITES Set the stage for a memorable evening with an eye-catching invite. Moody hues, holographic foil and laser-cut details are fresh and right now. MAKE IT YOURS: Grab invitees' attention with colorful, oversize envelopes. Incorporate personal details into the suite's design for an extra-special touch. 2 INTERACTIVE FOOD STATIONS Self-serve bars and food installations give guests something to talk about and do (they can help themselves when the mood strikes). MAKE IT YOURS: Treat friends and family to your favorite foods or a local specialty. Present choices in a unique way for maximum impact. 3 PHOTO BOOTH FUN Swap a photo booth with a portrait lounge (above) complete with a live shooter, or opt for an impressive living backdrop (right). Guests will feel like total A-listers. MAKE IT…

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the knot.com

BEST OF WEDDINGS When it comes to nailing your vision, the right team of pros matters. Not sure where to find them? The Knot Best of Weddings winners (TheKnot.com/bow) is a great place to start. Our annual list of top-notch vendors from each and every state are chosen by couples just like you. HOT TOPIC I’ve always paid for my own dress when I’ve been a bridesmaid. But, for my wedding, my bridesmaids are saying I should pay for their dresses. Who should really be on the hook for the attendant attire? @Casadena It’s common for the bridesmaids to pay. However, I think it’s ridiculous to have to pay for the honor [of being a bridesmaid]. @charlotte989875 Ask them each for their dress budget and choose something within the lowest budget. If you want something more expensive,…

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the social scene

WHAT’S TRENDING FACEBOOK WHAT’S YOUR SIGN? We love a good horoscope, especially when it can help answer some of those big planning questions. Find yours on TheKnot.com. PINTEREST CREATIVE FOOD BAR IDEAS Treat your guests’ taste buds with these surprising stations. 16,028 LIKES When it hits you that you’re officially married! @sarahseashellphoto 17,408 LIKES So much sweetness and love packed into one photo. @emsaccophoto 11,798 LIKES Talk about #squadgoals. Getting-ready photos are a must. @stanlophotography FOLLOW US: facebook.com/theknot pinterest.com/theknot @theknot @theknot @theknot HOROSCOPE, FLOWERS: CHRISTINA CARROLL PHOTOGRAPHY; HAIR: STEVEN MICHAEL PHOTOGRAPHY; DRESS: STEPH SMITH WEDDINGS; FOOD, PIES: RODEO & CO. PHOTOGRAPHY; PRETZEL BAR: COLETTE KULIG PHOTOGRAPHY; PICKLES: JUSTIN & MARY…

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plan your wedding on your phone

FIND YOUR WEDDING STYLE The first thing you’ll do in our app is take an image-based style quiz to help zero in on your wedding vibe. Once complete, you’ll have your very own Wedding Vision that you can easily share with local pros with one click. This way, everyone knows exactly what you mean when you say “rustic chic.” KEEP ORGANIZED You’ll find all of your planning to-dos, and when to do them, in the app’s checklist. Best of all, it’s customizable to your celebration. If you’re not hiring an officiant because your uncle is doing the honors, that to-do disappears off your list. Worried about staying on budget? The app’s budgeting tool tells you how much to put toward individual tasks, and tracks overall spending. COMPILE YOUR DREAM TEAM We’ll take…

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