They held your flowers, calmed your nerves, and made sure no one stepped on your train. It’s time to say “thanks” to your favorite bride squad.
This Broadway choreographer said “I do” to her one true love in a rustic barnyard bash brimming with thoughtful details and a truly epic dancefloor.
From statement-making veils and flirty bridal capes to desert-themed decor, these are the wedding trends you’ll spot everywhere this year.
This mother-daughter team combines decades of real-world tailoring experience with a fresh aesthetic to design dreamy wedding gowns and chic coats.
Nods to nature and Art Nouveau are common threads of this Canadian photographer-turned-metalsmith’s line of custom wedding jewelry and other gems.
From iridescent opals to naturally faceted gemstones—and, yes, diamonds too—we’ve rounded up this season’s most swoon-worthy engagement ring bling.
After years of long distance, this couple had the laidback, donut-filled wedding of their dreams—just four years after technically tying the knot.
This bridal designer creates timeless, comfortable gowns that enhance a woman’s natural beauty—and give her granddaughters something to fight over.
Make every day a special occasion with accessories designer Michaela Durisova’s bold floral creations.
When this illustrator designed a custom comic book-style invite for her own wedding, she never dreamed it was the beginning of a booming business.
Delicate, beautiful antique wedding crowns for the romantic bride—sourced, cleaned, and repaired by this Berlin collector and accessories designer.
Etsy’s in-house trend expert shares five fresh wedding trends for creative celebrations.
April Rissell designs vintage-inspired flower crowns and hair accessories for brides who share her appreciation of bygone eras.
Learn how this Toronto paper cutting artist turned a DIY whim into a thriving business creating original art, custom wedding cake toppers, and cards.
What began as a way to de-stress from a challenging job has become a profitable full-time pursuit for personalized jewelry designer Rebecca Tollefsen.
Embroidery artist Rebecca Kneale’s custom wedding keepsakes — father of the bride tie patches, something blue dress labels — strike the sweetest note.
For this graphic designer, personal stories and romantic moments are best expressed through the gift of a handwritten card.
Linz and David’s wedding reflected their unique style: so, a Halloween party inspired by glam rock, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Guns N’ Roses.
Personal details are at the heart of everything wedding designer and 3-D paper artist Michelle Kann creates.
Designer Orly Pittel infuses her line of personalized wedding and home goods with a joyful spirit.
A big wedding isn’t for everyone. This couple created a timeless, romantic event that felt true to their love — with only 50 guests.