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Weddings 2016 Issue: Oh My Gown!

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FEATURES

Oh My Gown!
Fabric and embellishment in that most impactful color. Here are some of the most dazzling styles of the season.
By Claire Hanan

A Bouquet of Memories
Something borrowed, something blue and… a cluster of buds you’ll remember forever.
By Sara Rae Lancaster

Real Weddings
How three couples tied the knot – from a button-down affair to something open-air.
By Maggie Ginsberg

Sweet Beginnings
Suppose that three-tiered wedding cake is a little too anything for you. Instead you want unexpected. You may find your wedding dessert muse in these pages.
By Ann Christenson

ENGAGED

Save the Data
You can’t put a price on love. Just the ceremony that celebrates it.
By Rich Rovito

Destination: Here
A wedding involved travel between Milwaukee and New Orleans, but not in the typical direction. 
By Maggie Ginsberg

Priority Veil
So you’re recently engaged and you want to plan a wedding. Congrats, good luck, and before you pop a Xanax, flow through our chart. It’s peppered with expert advice from a local wedding planner, Amanda Felsman of Tailored Engagements.
By Claire Hanan

A Lovely Plan
How a chance meeting turned into a budding wedding business.
By MaryJo Contino

Words of Wisdom
You’ve heard plenty of nuptial advice from your parents, your friends and that crazy uncle, too. But here’s some from the experts.
By Maggie Ginsberg

Out-of-the-Box Photogs
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but you rarely want one of those words to be “ordinary.” For couples in search of photographers (and videographers) who skew a bit from the norm, we have some suggestions.
By Sara Rae Lancaster

Burgeoning Markets
Vendors catering to same-sex weddings are picking up a growing piece of the industry’s financial pie.
By Zach Brooke

Pearl Jam
These are not your grandmother’s pearls, but they can lend the same elegance to your wedding-day look.
By Claire Hanan

Uniquely Suited
One man is making others look different… and good.
By Dan Murphy

Trendometer
Which wedding trends to try and which to ditch.

Something Borrowed
And rather vintage, too.
By Amber Jorgenson

Uncommon Law
Marital life rests on a surprisingly weird legal foundation.
By Matt Hrodey

Offbeat Officiant
WTMJ sports radio host Doug Russell moonlights as a marrier.
By Howie Magner

PERSPECTIVE

Let Them Eat Cannoli?
What happens when a Camp Wandawega wedding hits a bump in the road.
By Daniel Simmons

POINT OF VIEW

Q&A: Elizabeth Graves
Elizabeth Graves went from working at Sendik’s to editing Martha Stewart Weddings. She knows nuptials. And Midwestern values, too.
By Maggie Ginsberg

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