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Dressing for Your Destination Wedding

JAMES RUBIO PHOTOGRAPHY Don't underestimate the importance of fashion. Your wedding gown should say a lot about you -- and your wedding's -- style. Is it a good fit for your type of event? Here's what to consider as you ponder the options. Garden Wedding What to consider: Think about your aisle. Will there be a runner? If you're planning to walk down a grassy path, pay special attention to your gown length. Opt for something that doesn't skim the ground (or get it altered that way) so that you don't get unseemly green stains along the hemline, or lay down a runner. Also consider accenting your gown with the season's key embellishments -- floral embroideries and floral accessories hairpins, brooches,...

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The Top Wedding Trends of 2020

The Top Wedding Trends of 2020 Looking for something totally fresh that will bring your big day to the next level? We've got you covered. by Lauren Kay JUSTINE CASTLE PHOTOGRAPHY With the arrival of the New Year comes a fresh crop of accompanying 2020 wedding trends. The Knot Editors are seeing bold pops of color and serious statements touch everything from inventive ceremony aisle ideas to food and beverage to the invitation suite. The best reason of all? Couples are making each aspect of the wedding uniquely their own, meaning sentimental color palettes that extend beyond your Something Blue to inventive themes that reflect your one-of-a-kind love story. Welcome to a dazzling new decade. After all, it’s time for 2020…...

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How (and When) to Plan Your Honeymoon

How (and When) to Plan Your Honeymoon No more last-minute scrambling—follow this handy timeline to take the stress out of honeymoon planning. by The Knot ISTOCK The honeymoon is your hard-earned reward after months of wedding planning. But don’t forget, you have to plan that too. Here's our guide to organizing each piece of your trip at the right time, including exactly how and when to book your honeymoon (read: not at the last minute), so you have one less thing to stress over. Six Months or More Ahead Set a budget. Start trading dream honeymoon destinations with your fiancé. Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? Start researching possible locations online, talk to a travel agent and...

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