Photos (clockwise from top left to right): Ryan Ray Photography, Angelica Glass, and Keepsake Memories Photography
Need inspiration for a holiday wedding? A few of our editors share their favorites below:
From the Stationery Editor – How spooky does Tara and Mario’s ceremony programs look? They were inspired by Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas film. See more of their NYC halloween wedding here.
From the Flowers Editor – Go bold with an orange and black calla lily bouquet. Check our more fall bouquetshere.
From the Decor Editor – Decorate each place setting with a mini pumpkin, gourds, or squash.
From the DIY Editor – Don’t want your color scheme to match the leaves’ changing colors? That’s OK, here’s how you can create trendy neon table numbers with a bit of glitter.
Photos (clockwise from top left): The Nichols, Sweet & Saucy Shop, Pictilio, Katelyn James Photography, andPictilio
From the Stationery Editor – We love how Kristin and John had floral heart prints on their invitations. See more of their real wedding here.
From the DIY Editor – Incorporate some handmade charm (just like you did in grade school crafting cards). Leave your ceremony in style with flying confetti and decorate your reception with 3-D garland.
From the Flowers Editor – Nothing’s more romantic than carrying a bouquet of a dozen red roses.
From the Cakes Editor – Top your mini wedding cakes with an “X” and “O” — a hug and a kiss. Check out more heart-themed wedding cakes here.
Photos (clockwise from top left): JK Photography, Jillian Mitchell Photography, Love is a Big Deal, and Abby Grace Photography
4th of July
From the Fashion Editor - Be preppy! Wear a ruffled collar wedding gown and striped pair of peep-toe wedges. What should your groom and groomsmen wear? Of course matching seersucker suits and bow ties.
From the Decor Editor – Obviously, your color scheme will be red, white, and blue, but try to show off your patriotic spirit with these top 10 creative ways too.
From the Cakes Editor - Summer is known for it’s fresh berries, so why not add it to your wedding cake? Check out more fruit wedding cakes here.
From the Advice Editor - Have a sparkler send-off or fireworks. It’s a MUST-HAVE.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Isadora, Amy Arrington, Dear Wesleyann, and Amelia Lyon Photography
New Year’s Eve
From the Fashion Editor - Instead of a traditional white wedding gown, opt for a champagne-colored wedding gown. Check out more sequin wedding gowns here.
From the Decor Editor - Carry a glamorous theme throughout your decor — from the linens and glassware to the signage and lighting. How about some disco balls?