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The Bride

Gowns

The Style Guide

Dramatic details—a chin-grazing turtleneck, an extra-low back—can make a traditional silhouette pop. This season's gowns offer an eye-catching twist.

Mind Those Feet

A heel (or ballet flat, or stacked sandal) for every aisle walk.


Unique Alternatives to the Classic Stud Earring

Geometric, diamond-decked, and more.

The Dress After the Dress

Comfortable (and affordable) little numbers when it's time to hit the dance floor.

Dress HuntingLingerie Wars

Go demure—or not—with these night-of lingerie options.

The Wedding Album

ChapelPass the Tissue

7 brides (and 1 groom) remember what made them cry on their wedding day.

A Summer-Camp-Themed Throwback

The weekend included a late-night screening of Wet Hot American Summer and a 50-person kickball game the next morning.

VenuesTiny, Big, Bigger

From a 60-guest Brooklyn cabin to a massive Gilded Age bank, reception spots for affairs both intimate and less so.

The Everything Guide to a Better Bachelorette Party

Five local, slightly off-the-beaten-path itineraries for every type of bride-to-be.

Draw Them In

Go the more personal route with hand-illustrated invitations.

Bridal Boot Camps

The city is crawling with new wedding-focused workout packages.

Ask the Experts

Tricks of the Trade

A dress designer on '90s silhouettes, a florist on hellebores, a makeup artist on zits, and more.

The Honeymoon

From Aisle to Isle

Islands where you crazy kids can kayak with beluga whales, bathe in a cenote, or just lie out by the infinity pool.

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The Reception

Sweet!Small Cake/ Tall Cake

A single-layer buttercream creation, or a graham-cracker cheesecake stacked taller than the flower girl? Local bakers do dessert both ways.

Menus Around the World

Italian, Persian, Mexican, Thai, and Jamaican wedding menus.

Don’t Spill This on Your Dress

A pickled martini, beet sangria, and other savory cocktails from local drink-makers.

An Original Soundtrack

However obscure your tastes may be—'90s Pavement tracks, '20s jazz standards—eight hyperspecific wedding bands are up for the challenge.

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