Six florists from around the country share their most popular bouquets.
Play up your passion for design with poppy colors, sleek stationery, and graphic accents.
Want to go eclectic and elegant? Mix motifs, like silhouettes and toile, but stick to a single water-washed color palette.
Create a festive, rustic vibe with a gem-toned gown, a couture cake, and whimsical accessories.
Nole Garey, the blogger behind Oh So Beautiful Paper, pairs her favorite wedding invitations with equally inspired wedding bouquets.
Celebrate island-style with tropical touches like plumeria leis, shaved ice, and hibiscus sugar blooms.
Vané Broussard, the editrix behind the chic wedding style blog Brooklyn Bride, shops for a hip celebration inspired by sea-glass tones.
Refresh a rustic fall palette with cheery pops of pink. Jen Campbell, the blogger behind Green Wedding Shoes, dreams up a whimsical autumn wedding using the cherry hue and soft gold.
The NYC-based home-style guru shares his top picks for newlyweds.
How to man up a boutonniere? Taylor Patterson (of Fox Fodder Farm) adds suede, bark, brass, and animal feathers.
A whimsical garden wedding needs natural bouquets, lawn games, and a textured wedding cake.
For a classic garden wedding, incorporate floral motifs and pops of vibrant green.
A relaxed outdoor wedding calls for simple attire and organic motifs.
Hipper, less crowded, and more affordable—what's not to love? Here, a few of our favorite under-the-radar honeymoon-worthy hideaways.
Your guests are sure to love these creative ideas.
For a ranch-style wedding, break out the florals and dancing boots
The chef and TV star assembles her wish list for creating a stylish home
Nothing beats a celebratory backyard wedding filled with little kids, old-fashioned touches, and a tableful of homemade fruit pies.
Planning a wedding by the sea? Think ethereal gowns, rum-based cocktails, and lots of ombré pastels.
Create a relaxed vibe with organic touches and hints of gold.