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The Knot Weddings MagazineThe Knot Weddings Magazine

The Knot Weddings Magazine

Summer 2019

Get The Knot Weddings Magazine digital subscription today to make wedding planning easier. Like The Knot wedding website, the online magazine has wedding dresses, wedding rings, and all the wedding ideas you need to plan your wedding.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
XO Group Inc.
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the knot

EDITOR IN CHIEF Kristen Maxwell CooperSENIOR DIRECTOR, REAL WEDDINGS Rebecca CrumleyMANAGING EDITOR Maria BouselliDEPUTY EDITOR Lauren KayDESIGN DIRECTOR Tracy EverdingSENIOR DIGITAL EDITOR Ivy JacobsonSENIOR NEWS EDITOR Esther LeeFASHION & BEAUTY EDITOR Shelley BrownSTYLE & PLANNING EDITOR Alyssa LongobuccoREAL WEDDINGS EDITOR Becky MurrayASSOCIATE REAL WEDDINGS EDITOR Louis BaragonaASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Sarah EvansJUNIOR DESIGNER Emma Gray PittASSISTANT EDITOR, RESEARCH Katie KortebeinASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR, PHOTO Jessica KaneASSISTANT EDITORS, DIGITAL Maggie Seaver, Sophie RossEDITORIAL ASSISTANT, FASHION & BEAUTY Farah PrinceCONTRIBUTING PHOTO DIRECTOR Sarah RozenCONTRIBUTING ART DIRECTOR Michele ParrellaASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, SOCIAL MEDIA Whitney LittleEDITOR, SOCIAL MEDIA Sarah HooperMARKETING MANAGER, SOCIAL MEDIA Trisha TuckerSENIOR VIDEO PRODUCER Jacquie MilitanoVIDEO PRODUCER Jose MarmolejosPRODUCTIONVP, PRINT & PRODUCTION Frank DolphensMANAGING EDITOR Susan BerrymanSYSTEMS MANAGER Sheryl ZieglerGRAPHIC PRODUCTION Kate RichterCONTENT EDITOR Lois Brunnert BethuneTHE STUDIO @XOVP, CUSTOM CONTENT & HEAD OF…

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tell your story

2019 BEAUTY AWARDSWhile you’ll most likely hire a makeup pro for the day of, there are lots of other wedding-related events (hello, bachelorette party!) where you’ll be on the hook for your own beauty look. Turn to p. 94 for our favorite get-gorgeous products you need to know about (and try!) right now.I distinctly remember sitting on the floor of my childhood bedroom with my mom and sister a few months after I got engaged fretting over what the theme of my wedding was going to be—it felt like so much pressure. In hindsight, I realize that the pressure I felt wasn’t so much about wanting a “theme,” but wanting a way to tell my and Mickey’s story. What I was truly fretting over was figuring out how to personalize…

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meet our contributors

REBECCA YALEPHOTOGRAPHER“THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS” (P. 112)How can a couple feel more comfortable in front of the camera?Do an engagement session! It’s a great way to practice poses, break the ice and learn what angles you like best. I think a photographer’s first job is to make sure their clients are comfortable, so I always try to put mine at ease by joking with them and treating them the way I would a friend. I tell them during our interview that if they hang up the phone and don’t think they would want to spend the whole day with me, then I’m not the right fit for them. We’re by our clients’ side for the entire day, and our personalities have to be a good match for them to let…

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the knot digital download

Get even more ideas on TheKnot.com and at @TheKnot on social.YOUR GO-TO FOR GIFTSWith The Knot registry, your options are truly limitless. Set up a wish list at big-box retailers like Target and Crate & Barrel, register for one-off items from your favorite Etsy shop or even ask for cash for a new car, your honeymoon or even a house fund. And while you’re at it, do some good too. Link a charity registry to your wedding wish list and we’ll give money to an organization like VOW (that protects girls against child marriage) for every gift your guests purchase. We call that a win-win.LOVE IS LOVEWe love celebrating all couples—and their engagements. Follow our sister brand How They Asked (@howtheyasked) for the sweetest proposal stories out there. You may…

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make it yours

(@WEDDINGS_BY_ALEX)exchange diamonds on a black diamond (BLUEBERRY HILL PHOTOGRAPHY)(LAURA MARIE DUNCAN PHOTOGRAPHY)(PEARL PAPER STUDIO)(ALLISON KUHN CREATIVE)(BIRDS OF A FEATHER)(CAT MAYER STUDIO)(GUY ANDREW PHOTOGRAPHY)(MARIA HIBBS PHOTOGRAPHY;)may the force be with your “I dos” (HALEEMA MANZUR PHOTOGRAPHY)(REGINA AS THE PHOTOGRAPHER)…

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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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