Her source of inspiration is just the sweetest.
The reception's stunning foliage made the affair look like a fairytale.
This couple created a "secret garden" reception at a unique, greenery-covered space.
Complete with plenty of city and garden photo ops.
Here's how to do a rustic outdoor ceremony and a glam ballroom reception.
This Charleston couple threw one chic (and fun!) event.
Native greenery, a Hawaiian-inspired ceremony, and some seriously cool local entertainment helped make sure this wedding was entirely inspired by the surroundings.
"We always knew we wanted a countryside wedding by the sea," the bride says of their romantic celebration.
Lindsay and Dane exchanged vows at the bride's family's home, then partied with Jackson's mountains as their backdrop.
Two ceremonies, two cocktail hours, and one major reception makes this Nashville party one you don't want to miss.
Devon and Patrick were engaged for four years before they tied the knot, so it's only fitting that they went all out for their summer "I do's"
Cate and Paul planned an elegant black-and-white bash with a modern twist—their reception was inspired by their favorite music!
Adorable bunnies made a surprise appearance at Vivian and Eric's wedding reception.
Amanda and Andrew went totally formal for their October "I do's."
When the bride's family owns a jewelry company, you know you're in for an epic engagement ring.
Ashleigh and Seth were sold on the breathtaking architecture and impressive history of their California venue.
Kate and Clint planned an ultra romantic celebration at a charming château in Monflanquin, France.
Erin and Dan planned a museum wedding in Washington, D.C., packed with festive details.
Lauren and Leigh made it official in an intimate party at a property they could visit for years to come.
Kelsey and Westin transformed Beaufort's Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center into a cozy, classic ceremony and reception space.
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