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The Knot New England Weddings Magazine

The Knot New England Weddings Magazine

Spring/Summer 2020

Buy The Knot New England online magazine to make wedding planning easier. Inside, find all you need to know about wedding venues, wedding photographers and wedding DJs in Boston, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut and beyond.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
XO Group Inc.
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In this issue

1 min.
get the look

PHOTOGRAPHY Cathrine Wessel FASHION STYLING Shelley Brown HAIR John Ruidant for Evo Haircare/See Management MAKEUP Deanna Melluso for Dior/See Management PROP STYLING Nassimos Studio…

1 min.
the knot regional: new england

EDITOR IN CHIEF Kristen Maxwell Cooper MANAGING EDITOR Susan Berryman EXECUTIVE EDITOR Lauren Kay ART DIRECTOR Sarah Evans SENIOR FASHION & BEAUTY EDITOR Shelley Brown SENIOR STYLE & PLANNING EDITOR Alyssa Longobucco PHOTO EDITOR Kristen M. Cusumano REAL WEDDINGS EDITOR Becky Murray ASSOCIATE REAL WEDDINGS EDITOR Louis Baragona JUNIOR DESIGNER Emma Gray Pitt REAL WEDDINGS DESIGNERS Kasey Schroeder, Kate Richter ASSISTANT EDITOR, RESEARCH Sharlyn Pierre CONTRIBUTING PHOTO DIRECTOR Sarah Rozen CONTRIBUTING ART DIRECTOR Michele Parrella PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Jesse Hardy SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER Katie Hover GRAPHIC DESIGNER Nicole Daberkow PHOTO PRODUCTION MANAGER Carly Steier CONTENT EDITOR Lois Brunnert Bethune THEKNOT.COM, SOCIAL MEDIA & VIDEO SENIOR MANAGER, DIGITAL CONTENT Morgan Gibson SENIOR NEWS EDITOR Esther Lee MARKETING MANAGER, DIGITAL CONTENT MaryKate Callahan ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR, DIGITAL Jessica Kane ASSOCIATE EDITOR, E-COMMERCE Emily Platt ASSISTANT EDITORS, DIGITAL Sarah Hanlon, Maddy Sims ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, SOCIAL MEDIA Whitney Little EDITOR, SOCIAL MEDIA Sarah Hooper MARKETING MANAGER, SOCIAL MEDIA Trisha Tucker SENIOR MANAGER, VIDEO PRODUCTION…

1 min.
the knot digital download

Real Weddings GET INSPIRED Chantal D’Alfonso and Michael DiSarro filled the Newport Beach House with contemporary details: acrylic accents, geometric shapes and a neon sign reminiscent of the Beverly Hills Hotel. “I wanted something modern, while Michael wanted a beach wedding,” Chantal says. The space blended their distinct styles, giving them a chance to get married on a terrace overlooking the ocean. BEST OF WEDDINGS Ready to assemble your pro squad? Discover the top-rated wedding vendors in your area and find out why couples love them at TheKnot.com/bow. LOVED ON INSTAGRAM #TheKnot Find endless inspiration, no matter your style or budget. @wanderlustcreatives #TheKnotRings Browse some bling, or snap a selfie with your sparkler. @headstandsandheels #TheKnotRegistry Post pics of your fave gifts, or get ideas for your registry asks. @tedandchelsea #MakeTradition Show us how you put a new spin on tradition to personalize your day. @feelandfocusphotography LOCAL LOWDOWN Gather…

2 min.
congrats, you’re engaged

Before you jump into the planning, take some time to really enjoy and reflect on your engagement—because this is a huge moment. You’ve found your person. And on the journey to find them, there was likely a slew of circumstances and chance that helped you navigate the almost eight billion people in this world and bring you two together. In other words, this is big. Now take a deep breath because the hardest part is over! What’s up next? Celebrating your unique love story with all of your friends and family. If you’re not sure where to begin (trust me, I’ve been there!) then you’ve come to the right place. These pages are chock-full of tips, tricks and advice for everything from finding your perfect wedding venue to deciding on…

2 min.
plan your wedding on your phone

FIND YOUR WEDDING STYLE We know—you’re probably figuring out where you should even start. We’ve got you covered. Once you download the app, the first thing you’ll do is swipe on images you love in our Style Quiz. It’s a fun way to help zero in on your vibe. Once complete, you’ll have your very own Wedding Vision (more on that on the next page). KEEP ORGANIZED Not sure what to do when? No sweat—we’ve put together a checklist for you, and it’s totally customizable. So if Uncle Je. is officiating, we’ll take “find an officiant” off your list. Plus, our budgeter will help you track your overall spending and how much you’ve put toward each detail. COMPILE YOUR TEAM After sharing all your info (budget, location, guest count) we’ll help you…

4 min.
q + a ask the knot squad

THE CREW ETIQUETTE How do I tell my guests I want to have an unplugged ceremony? MARY CHATMAN: A simple note on your wedding website and a small, concise sign advising guests that you’re having an unplugged wedding should suffice. Say something like, “We want our friends and family to be present at our ceremony, so we ask that you put away all cameras and cell phones. We’ve hired an amazing photographer, so don’t worry—this memory will be captured and we can’t wait to share the photos with you.” It gets the point across without cell phone shaming. BEAUTY I’ve heard that, as the bride, I should get my hair and makeup done last so it’s the freshest. Is this true? BRITTANY LO: Not necessarily. I actually always pick my bride as the first client for…