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The Knot Regional: Texas
EDITOR IN CHIEF Kristen Maxwell Cooper MANAGING EDITOR Susan Berryman EXECUTIVE EDITOR Lauren Kay ART DIRECTOR Sarah Evans SENIOR FASHION & BEAUTY EDITOR Shelley Brown SENIOR STYLE & PLANNING EDITOR Alyssa Longobucco REAL WEDDINGS EDITOR Louis Barago
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Madison + Alex
When planning their wedding, Madison Grieco (30 and a culture marketing manager) and Alex Hoffman (31 and a VP of client services) aimed for the moon. “I really wanted to get married under a full moon,” Madison says. “That’s how we picked the date. I
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YOU ASKED, The Knot ANSWERED!
Hey there! I’m LOUIS BARAGONA, community editor at The Knot and the host of our weekly Wedding Wednesdays on Instagram—yep, you knew you recognized this shiny bald head from somewhere. I’m answering your TOP 10 most common wedding planning questions.
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Kelsey + Matthew
Kelsey Ross (29 and a landscape designer) and Matthew Bostwick (32 and a product developer) couldn’t exactly bring the desert to their hometown of Austin, so they headed to Marfa for their wedding. “Matthew and I have been going to Marfa for years, a
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Though Rachel and Roy said “I do” at Lost Mission, the pair took their wedding celebration as a chance to transport guests far beyond the Lone Star State. Instead, the couple filled the property with Indian jewelry and traditional attire, Mexican cui
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DeAndré + Stuart
When DeAndré Upshaw (31 and a digital video production manager) proposed to Stuart Hausmann (30 and an illustrator and artist) he did so in his signature dramatic fashion: with a dance troupe, flag twirlers and 40 friends and family members present.
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Moving Pictures
You’ve probably budgeted for a photographer, but if you’re not also setting aside funds for a videographer, you could be doing yourself a disservice. The chance to look back on a professional video of your day and easily recall the emotion in your pa
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Brittany + Carla
For their Hill Country wedding, Brittany Clayton-Smith (33 and works in nursing) and Carla Ruiz-Ney (33 and works in finance) kept things personal. They put a boozy spin on the unity ceremony, each taking a shot and pouring a bottle of Maker’s Mark i
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We’re In This Together
As we go to press, an unprecedented pandemic is impacting our country in ways we’ve never experienced before. Schools and stores are closed and working from home has become the new normal. Another reality? Canceled weddings. My deepest hope is that b
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Lindsey + Austin
As a child, Lindsey Skrobarcek (36 and a calligrapher and stationer) and her dad used to talk about her wedding day. They imagined a ceremony on her aunt and uncle’s property and a father-daughter dance to “Always” by Patsy Cline. He died in 2012, to
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Crowd-pleasers
At one wedding I attended, the couple created a mini booklet to put in our welcome baskets that included info on every guest in attendance. It had pictures of each person or couple, a bio about them, details on their relationship with the couple and
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VEILS, Unveiled
Veils are an easy way to express yourself. But with so many options to choose from, how do you know which one’s right for you? We broke down all the different styles, including the latest trends, with tips on how to wear them so you can uncover (sorr
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Congratulations YOU’RE ENGAGED!
Envision your wedding and decide how much you want to spend (and who else will be contributing). Search for the perfect place to celebrate, keeping budget and guest count in mind. Then set the date. Ask your besties to stand by you the altar and in t
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Anea + Cameron
As the owners of some three dozen plants, Anea Lomax (25 and a recording artist) and Cameron Wilson (29 and an IT professional) are regulars at Succulent Native. “I love how I feel when I’m around a lot of plants,” Anea says. Fittingly, the couple go
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Light The Way
Truth time: Venue lighting is one of the most important—but often overlooked—aspects of your wedding day vision. Something that may feel so straight-forward (um, you just turn the venue’s overhead lights on, right?) can actually be upgraded to take y
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Sposa Mia Couture
Sposa Mia Couture is a luxury bridal boutique in South Texas. Owned by Blanca Gonzales, it carries a variety of designers like Atelier Pronovias, Rosa Clará and Watters. Your veil should complement your gown. For example, if your gown has lace embell
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We’ve Got You
Organizing all those details and a checklist? There’s an app for that. The Knot Wedding Planner pulls together your vision, pros and guests to put planning in the palm of your hand. We know—you’re probably wondering where you should even start (total
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Scandi Ski
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Jasmine + Jacob
Jasmine White (24 and the owner of a juice bar) and Jacob Parker (26 and a field engineer) lived miles apart for the three years before their wedding, while she earned her master’s degree and he played basketball overseas. “We love to be surrounded b
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Court of LOVE
FASHION STYLING Shelley Brown HAIR Yoichi Tomizawa using Bumble and bumble at Art Department MAKEUP Hector Simancas using Elizabeth Arden at Art Department PROP STYLING Kayleigh Snowden ■
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Q + A Ask The Knot Squad
JOVE MEYER Owner Jove Meyer Events Jove is an NYC-based event designer known for throwing celebrations that take personalization to new heights. My partner and I are both major introverts—we don’t do PDA and hate being the center of attention—so a tr
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SHADES FOR EVERY season
WHY IT WORKS Saying “I Do” in autumn is all about embracing the dramatic atmosphere of the season, so concentrate on working with colors that pack on the saturation. Traditional fall shades like inky navy blue and rich burgundy get a very 2020 upgrad
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Jessica + Cole
Though Jessica Langenberg (30 and a creative director) and Cole Lester (30 and a trader) tied the knot in their hometown of Houston, the pair designed their day to transport guests to a place beyond the Lone Star State—Tuscany, to be exact. “The venu
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Happily Ever equal
SEPTEMBER 17 | NEWYORK + ATLANTA “By the time marriage equality passed, we were already well into our wedding planning,” John says. “We deliberately chose to get married in New York City—not only because we both love it, but also because gay marriage
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Best Of Weddings 2020
THE ADDISON GROVE BARR MANSION & ARTISAN BALLROOM BRUSHY CREEK EVENTS CANYONWOOD RIDGE CHAPEL DULCINEA CRICKET HILL RANCH CYPRESS FALLS EVENT CENTER THE DRISKILL HOTEL GAREY HOUSE THE GROVE ON BRUSHY CREEK HORSESHOE BAY RESORT HOUSE ON THE HILL KINDR
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THE Deets ON Sweets
Ultimately, your cake should reflect the look and feel of your celebration—which is a bit hard to do if you haven’t planned any of it yet. Consider this our permission to move your confectionery to-dos a little bit lower on your list (you’ll ideally
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Rhuju + Vijay
Rhuju Vasavada (30 and an attorney) and Vijay Kalvakuntla (31 and works in strategy for a tech company) both have Indian roots, but their similarities end there. “Our families are from two different parts of India—Gujarat and Telangana—with different
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Local Resources
Texas Marriage License Requirements GUIDELINES FOR OBTAINING A MARRIAGE LICENSE In Texas, the legal age for marriage is 16. Couples ages 16.–17 must have parental consent; 15 and under must obtain a court order. Blood tests and residency are not requ
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GET creative WITH YOUR STATIONERY
“Our genius designer paid tribute to the thousands of miles we traveled when we were long distance,” Scott says. “The path on the ampersand is the highway we drove to get to each other on I-71 in Ohio.” “Oddly enough, we found our stationery when we
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The Year’s Freshest Venues
If it feels like everyone you know is getting married in a barn, you’re not alone. According to The Knot 2018 Real Weddings Study, the rustic locale is consistently growing in popularity for couples who are tying the knot. And while we love us a good
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