"When I bought the shoes in London seven years ago, I knew I'd wear them on my wedding day."—Jennifer, on her beloved white Louis Vuitton wedding pumps.
"Nate and I were too busy to take dance lessons, so we just practiced the box step at home." —Stacy
"Daniel is a pretty tough guy, but as I was walking down the aisle he started crying. Luckily, I had put a Kleenex in the pocket of my dress for myself—I ended up giving it to him!"—Melanie
"We hoped they'd signal to our guests that they should relax, kick off their shoes, and have a good time."
"Russell and I wanted our wedding to have an inviting and cheerful atmosphere, which is why we chose to use sunflowers. We hoped they'd signal to our guests that they should relax, kick off their shoes, and have a good time."—Katherine, on the floral decor at her springtime wedding.
"We both grew up in Disney-loving families. And once we began dating, we made several trips to Disneyland together—we couldn't imagine getting married anywhere else."—Ashley, on her playful Disneyland Hotel wedding.
"I never wanted a traditional ballroom wedding. I always pictured marrying in a garden."—Erica, her relaxed outdoor wedding in Texas.
"The season is fairly short, so I basically chose our wedding date based around this flower!" —Beth, on making sure her favorite flower, the café au lait dahlia, was a part of her wedding bouquet.
"A little Bohemian-Gatsby and a little rock and roll, with champagne, oysters, acoustic guitars, and children running around." —Allison, on the summer lawn party that she envisioned for her wedding day.
"The sodas added a pop of color on each table, plus they were useful and cost-friendly. We also had twisty straws for the kids, which they loved."—Kathleen, on the creative (and inexpensive!) centerpieces at her carnival-themed wedding
"Both my mother and I cried when I tried it on."—Erica, on the duchesse silk satin Amsale wedding dress she wore to her elegant winter wedding.
"It was such a fun way for us to share the happy news."—Alexis, on using the wedding cake filling to reveal the gender of their first child. As they blue filling points out, they had a boy!
"We encouraged everyone to wear cowboy boots and ranch-appropriate attire."—Katie, on the dress code for her California ranch wedding
"I loved the idea of dressing up the woods to celebrate our day." —Sarah, on her choice of forest-inspired decor.
"David proposed in the middle of a class at the Tracy Anderson studio in L.A. He wanted it to be a surprise and knew that I'd never expect him to propose while I was in the middle of a workout." —Sally, on her groom's creative proposal.