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The Knot Weddings MagazineThe Knot Weddings Magazine

The Knot Weddings Magazine Fall 2017

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.

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IN THIS ISSUE

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a season to fall in love

Fall has always been my favorite season. It’s when I got married, and, it turns out, it’s when many of you are tying the knot too. (Fall surpassed summer as the most popular wedding season according to our 2016 Real Weddings Study.) And it’s also when we celebrate bridal fashion. Our special Fashion issue includes the Runway Report (p. 85), a look at designer Reem Acra’s illustrious career and latest collection (p. 96), and a fashion story featuring beautiful, classic gowns shot in Saratoga Springs, New York (“Off to the Races,” p. 240). Fashion even inspired “Haute Cakes” (p. 190), which showcases confections designed to match the details of some iconic wedding dresses. (Yes, you can base your cake on your bridal look!) Of course, fashion wasn’t the only thing…

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contributors

Callahan’s second book, ‘Party Food,’ is out August 22PETER CALLAHANPRINCIPAL + CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF PETER CALLAHAN CATERING, “Inspiring Eats” (p. 143)What’s a new trend you’re seeing in wedding menus? People want more choices for seated dinners. Family style is popular, but sometimes there’s only so much room on the table. Another option is rolling carts of food between tables or adding a buffet so guests are brought a full meal when they sit down plus there’s all this bounty available too. The best thing is having unexpected items in addition to the dinner. This can be as simple as a bowl of shaved corn that the guests pass around or more extensive offerings of multiple dishes. @petercallahanDENISE PORCAROFOUNDER/OWNER OF FLOWER GIRL NYC, “Floating Flowers” (p. 111)What floral trends are you…

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extra, extra!

Stay up to date on the latest celebrity and viral love stories, industry highlights and more at TheKnotNews.com. You’ll find exclusive interviews with wedding pros, breaking engagement news about your fave couples (like Revenge’s Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman), plus wedding photos from popular duos including UnREAL costars Johanna Braddy and Freddie Stroma and celebrity event planner David Tutera and Joey Toth (also on page 236).BIG QUESTION61% of couples say they’d prefer to sit at a sweetheart table with their new spouse over other seating arrangements. Follow us on Facebook for your chance to weigh in on other wedding-related debates.HOT TOPICIs it rude to include just one set of parents on our formal wedding invitation if the other isn’t contributing financially or otherwise?@Scribe95 My in-laws didn’t contribute, but we included…

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the social scene

WHAT’S TRENDINGFACEBOOK2,916 SHARESFOOD FRENZYWhether you’re a Taco Bell fan or a Dominos devotee, these eateries are getting in on the wedding fun.Gordito-loving couples can exchange vows—complete with an elaborate saucepacket bouquet—at Taco Bell’s flagship Cantina on the famous Las Vegas Strip.This popular pizza joint now offers a wedding registry. Featured gifts include the Low-Key Date Night and are delivered as eGift cards to the lucky couple.If the way to your friends’ hearts is food, then look no further than the fast-casual chain’s Breadstick Bouquet. It’s a quirky way to ask, “Will you be my bridesmaid?”PINTEREST607 REPINSMATRIMONY MANISTake your nails up a notch with an outof- the-box option.1 Foil tips feel especially on trend, since rose gold is still having its moment. 2 A chrome effect instead of white is a…

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show off your ring!

1ST ROW FROM LEFT: @VIXVIXVIXER, @ASHAPKA, @BRISBOUCAKES; 2ND ROW FROM LEFT: @DWBELLA, @CAITLINROSEPHOTO; 3RD ROW FROM LEFT: @PUPPYNAMEDCHARLIE, @BRESHEPPARD, @REMBEX: 4TH ROW FROM LEFT: @THISLEGGYGIRL, @SIMPLYMIDWEST, @SALLYIBARRA ■…

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let the planning begin

12+ MONTHSdate: ______ /______ /______Don’t worry, your first task is a fun one: Envision your wedding— think about the style you want and color palettes you love.Nail down a budget.When and where would you like to say “I do”? Not sure where to start? The Knot Venue Concierge can give you personal recommendations based on a few details (see Wedding Planning Tools, p. 58).Hire any pros you just have to have, like musicians or a wedding planner.Start searching for the wedding dress.Get the ring appraised and then insured ASAP.9-11 MONTHSdate: ______ /______ /______Find a stationer and order your save-the-dates. This is really happening!Propose to your wedding party.Create your website at TheKnot .com/weddingwebsites. It’ll be a hub for all the info guests need, including your registry and day-of specifics.Book your photographer,…

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