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  • Beauty Products No Bride Should Go Without

    No matter how you want to look on your wedding day—natural, glamorous, sun-kissed, you name it—you don’t need a beauty regimen that will take all morning. A shortlist of beautifiers, in addition to whatever you pack in your emergency beauty go-bag, can work wonders on your wedding-ready skin.

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  • Five Traditions That Will Never Die (And Why!)

    While some wedding traditions are arguably on their way to being out of fashion (it seems like every year fewer brides make time for a garter toss), there's good reason why some of these tried-and-true wedding staples are still around: They're steeped in history.

Wedding Fashion Rules To Break
  • Wedding Fashion Rules To Break

    Rules are meant to be broken, and this applies to your wedding. You’re the bride, so bend them, break them or follow them—it’s up to you!

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    By now you've probably heard the phrase "it's tradition!" like a hundred times. While some wedding traditions are arguably on their way to being out of fashion (it seems like every year fewer brides make time for a garter toss), there's good reason why some of these tried-and-true wedding staples are still around: They're steeped in history. And while your version of the tradition might look different than the original, the sentiment and meaning is still the same.

  • refreshments "13 ways to make wedding guests happy" Photo: Sabine Scherer Photography The Knot (Sabine Scherer Photography The Knot)Do these 13 things to make wedding guests happy

    Guests will undoubtedly gush over your gown, be amazed by your centrepieces and snap photos of the wedding cake. But give them a charging station for when their phones hit 3% battery power or blister Band-Aids in the bathroom for when their heels start hurting, and your wedding will go down in history with the greats. So our advice: Think about the small things that will really allow them to enjoy and celebrate the day with you. Use the 13 ideas below to impress your guests with that extra little something-something. (Warning: they may not want to leave the party!)

  • Rule to break: only the bride can wear white (KT Merry The Knot)Wedding fashion rules to break

    Rules are meant to be broken, and this applies to your wedding. You’re the bride, so bend them, break them or follow them—it’s up to you!

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    As an iconic, longtime staple of bridal design, lace hardly offers a surprise to the world of wedding dresses. Yet somehow, this fine, feminine fabric felt new again on recent bridal runways, invigorating gowns with a fresh (sometimes sleek, sometimes rustic) perspective on how appliqués, trims, and overlays take shape around the body. Of course, it didn’t hurt that almost every collection presented at least one look layered in lace, making this a watershed moment for the top textile of the season. Some of our favourite wedding dress designers reinterpreted this sweet and timeless fabric in a multitude of ways over the past few seasons. Monique Lhuillier reincarnated this beloved material in an ethereal light—silver lace and eye-popping appliqués were gracefully placed on illusion necklines and slim-fitting bodices. Marchesa, on the other hand, took a much more modern approach, fastening a lace peplum over a tulle column skirt and underneath three-dimensional tulle accents. And it should come as no surprise that Claire Pettibone used the traditional textile on bohemian bias-cut gowns and alluring keyhole backs. The real reason lace is a tried and true wedding day standby? It looks fashionable, feminine, and most importantly, beautifully bridal for any wedding style. Whether you crave a cropped lace capelet for your city hall nuptials or an intricately embellished ball gown for a country club bash, you can do no wrong in a lace wedding dress. Here, some of our favourite lace wedding dresses from the bridal runways

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