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The Knot Weddings Magazine

Spring 2019

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do it your way

In case you haven’t experienced it yet, let me be the first to tell you that people love to offer unsolicited advice to those planning a wedding. (I imagine you’re all nodding.) While some you’ll gladly accept and value, the rest, well, let’s just say they mean well. But here’s something to consider: If the well-intended advice includes words like “rules” or “traditionally,” or a series of “dos and don’ts,” proceed with caution. Because at The Knot, we believe a wedding should be reflective of two people and their love, not a rule book. Which is why we’re dedicating this issue to the idea of twisting traditions and making your day truly feel like you. We’ve packed it with things like new spins on the unity candle ceremony, tips for…

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meet our contributors

ANITA DONGREFASHION DESIGNER & FOUNDER OF HOUSE OF ANITA DONGRE“New & Now” (p. 93)How are modern Indian to-be-weds making traditional wedding attire their own?Today’s couples embrace all cultures. The blouse and dupatta are elements women can play with, while men can experiment with their jacket length or prints. I see couples choose both traditional and modern attire for their celebrations. Ultimately, you should be happy in what you wear.@anitadongreread more from Anita on p. 94BRIAN DUPREYMAKEUP ARTIST“Loving Las Vegas” (p. 206)What beauty advice would you give to a bride rocking a statement outfit on her wedding day?Choose a look that will enhance your natural beauty without competing with your outfit. Keep it simple as a refreshing contrast to busy attire, or go more bold by picking one feature to accentuate,…

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global gala

OCTOBER 8, 2018 | NEW YORK CITY“Flight attendants” gave partygoers passports and sent them off on a trip around the world, starting with a 10-foot floral globe on the steps of the iconic New York Public Library in New York City.VIBESAttendees were invited to explore the worlds set up in various areas of the library while enjoying signature drinks. The band packed the dance floor with Indian, Latin and African tunes and guests visited the photo booth to take the “best passport photo” ever.FRANCO-MANIALavender, cypress trees and florals transported guests to the fields of Provence. Decadent dishes, like a tomato and goat cheese confit and cream-filled brioche, made this très chic garden space a must visit.MARRAKESH MARKETSMoroccan spices and boldly colored linens set the stage for Middle Eastern flavors like…

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the knot digital download

GET EVEN MORE IDEAS ON THEKNOT.COM AND AT @THEKNOT ON SOCIAL.BEST OF WEDDINGSWhen it comes to nailing the vision for your day, the right team of pros matters—big time. How do you find them? Start with The Knot Best of Weddings winners (TheKnot.com/bow), our annual list of the top vendors—planners, photographers and more—in every state. Bonus: They’re chosen by couples just like you.TRENDING ON FACEBOOKSCENE-STEALING HONEYMOONSLet your fave movie or TV show inspire your newlywed getaway.1 Crazy Rich Asians Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is the site of the film’s ending. Other locales featured in the flick include Langkawi, Kuala Lumpur and Penang in Malaysia.2 Game of Thrones Visit the location for King’s Landing in Malta or the setting for the Battle of the Blackwater in Dubrovnik, Croatia.3 Mamma Mia!…

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celebrate tradition

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT TRADITIONS (and making your own) TURN TO OUR STORY ON P. 132.1ST ROW FROM LEFT: @DANDEWAARD, ALBERT CHEUNG PHOTOGRAPHY, @CLAU917; SECOND ROW FROM LEFT: @THUYPHAMPHOTOGRAPHY, @LAURAGRIERTRAVEL; THIRD ROW FROM LEFT: @FLEETFOOTPHOTOGRAPHY, @JEYKOGALERIA, @DARKOPHOTOGRAPHY; FOURTH ROW FROM LEFT: @LUCILEKPHOTOGRAPHIE, @JENFARIELLO, @THEMOREWESEE ■…

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you’re engaged!

NAIL DOWN THE BUDGETEnvision your wedding and decide how much you want to spend (and who else will be contributing).BOOK A VENUESearch for the perfect place to celebrate, keeping budget and guest count in mind. Then set the date.GATHER YOUR CREWAsk your besties to stand by you at the altar and in the months leading up to your day.HIRE YOUR TEAMResearch and book pros—anyone you have to have should be locked in ASAP.PICK THE FORMALWEARShop for your attire and schedule necessary fittings—don’t forget accessories. Decide what your wedding party will wear too.REGISTER & CREATE A WEBSITEHead to TheKnot.com to start a wish list and site. Share the link so guests are in on the details, like room blocks.BUY YOUR WEDDING PAPERDecide on invites, thank-yous and other stationery. If you place…

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