Make a tiny town of customized place cards or party favors for your next celebration.
Tasha and Mel had an intimate wedding ceremony in a secluded Chicago nature preserve.
From the colorful paper flowers to the feathery boutonnieres, Elsie and Jeremy’s eclectic wedding bursts forth with DIY touches.
When planning your wedding, a disability need not affect your day. Wheelchair users offer advice for achieving the event of your dreams.
Stuffy ceremony? Stodgy lace? No, thanks! Embrace the liberation of contemporary nuptials with Brooklyn Bride.
Modern, romantic, alternative, eco-friendly: there are as many styles for weddings as there are couples. What’s yours?
What’s closer to your heart than your home? The editors of Reverie Magazine imagine weddings in New York, London, California and Devon.
Fresh flowers may be beautiful, but once the day is done, so are they. Spruce up your wedding with this easy-to-make paper topiary.
With handmade touches, a beautiful ocean view and a 10-piece mariachi band, Lorena and Dustyn tied the knot in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
“As a kid I was always obsessed with art, drawing, sculpting – making anything, really – and that passion only grew as I got older.” – Jennifer Wood
This skill-building approach to love throws cold water on a pending holiday that is almost entirely dedicated to warm, fuzzy feelings.
Christine and Ian’s wedding deep in the California forest incorporated nature in everything from the handmade amphitheater to the RSVP Field Guide.
The dress. The cake. The ring. It’s easy to get caught up in “the stuff” while planning a wedding — but on the big day, what really matters?
Surrounded by gnarled oaks and gentle breaking waves, Gary and Laura’s island wedding was years in the making.
Aided by friend, family, and many an Etsy seller, Kim and Shane retreat to their favorite lakeside haunt to celebrate their love.
Sienna and Trevor found wedding inspiration in the great outdoors, with an open-air affair at 4000 feet, surprise snowflakes and a handmade treehouse.
Shyanne and Aaron had to build a road to return to their home village for a wedding steeped in tradition.
This succulent-studded wedding is equal parts country and chic. From favors to signage, Style Me Pretty proves that homespun is in the details.
Style Me Pretty’s Abby Blaire Capalbo shares her favorite dresses, decorations and wedding accessories for the spicy season of autumn.
With autumn just around the corner, Kathryn Storke Grady imagines venues, outfits and favors for four very different brides.
Patricia and Tim may have started things off traditional at the chapel, but from there, it was all curry rice crispy treats and dogs in bow ties.