Whether you're into a classic sailcloth or a sleek structure, here are 17 ways to trick out your tent.
Bring on the red, white, and blue—on your wedding day.
Wedding season has arrived! And with it come a slew of summer wedding trends that are totally swoon-worthy.
Keep guests comfortable and your reception looking cool with a chic — and cozy! — lounge area.
Remember the bar is one of the few places wedding guests will look at all night long. Here, we share our favorite ways to make it something worth seeing at your reception!
Embrace the outdoors at your al fresco wedding! For your summery garden party, think classic with a twist.
Deep red and gold embolden the classics. These rich tones will imbue your wedding with a regal air.
Keep your wedding color palette simple and sophisticated with two pretty shades of pink.
A rich jewel tone and a chic neutral create instant glamour.
Sparkling silver paired with purple makes for a modern, wedding-worthy color palette.
Do you see Nantucket reds, cobalt blues and whitewashed fences when you envision your seaside nuptials? Here, our favorite wedding details in this patriotic color palette.
Celebrate your summer wedding in style with an ombré cake inspired by the sunset, citrus-colored tableware, lemony treats, and more!
A Los Angeles-based photographer collaborates with her favorite vendors to create an effortless and romantic styled wedding shoot on a lavender farm.
A British wedding photographer calls on soft, natural light and a romantic color palette to stage an elegant bridal shoot in the replica of a historic Essex home.
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.
Make natural history with a big ball gown, insect details, and midnight blue hues.
Infuse your wedding with vintage charm courtesy of organic blooms, handmade details, and a line of groomsmen in bow ties.
Two entrepreneurs throw a Brooklyn meets Vermont wedding, where hip hand-painted details, rustic charm, and a passion for food collide.
Get creative with pretty, painterly details
For a classic garden wedding, incorporate floral motifs and pops of vibrant green.