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Rachelle and Ryan were married in a traditional church ceremony at Assumption University Chapel followed by an indoor reception at St. Clair Centre for the Arts in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on August 10. “We chose our venue because of the spectacular view of the Detroit skyline, and the beautifully landscaped riverfront gardens,” Rachelle said. The bride wore an ivory sweetheart a-line wedding gown with a ruched bodice, accessorized with her hair half-up/half-down in loose curls, while the groom wore a three-piece gray suit, accessorized with a pink tie. Bridesmaids complimented one another in differing metallic shades and carried bouquets of roses, orchids, and dahlias. Did you notice that the ring bearer’s cufflinks were Lego pieces? “The one moment that will play in my mind forever is walking down the aisle with my father by my side and seeing Ryan looking back at me with such love in his eyes, and the overwhelming feeling of knowing that this was the best day of my life,” she said. There even was a bag piper who played during the processional! Following the nuptials, the reception followed inside the St. Clair Centre for the Art’s ballroom. The tables were draped in silk linens, and “delicately cascading floral arrangements created an ambiance of an enchanted forest,” Rachelle said. Bonus: A Latin-inspired band performed followed by a DJ. Two for one!

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Photography: Delmore Creative Photography | Videography: E/Motion | Ceremony Venue: Assumption University Chapel | Reception Venue: St. Clair Centre for the Arts | Dress Designer: Watters | Shoes: INC. | Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Ralph Lauren | Floral Designer: Floral Scapes Designs by Magdalena | Hair Stylist: T’Dye For By Jeffery Wood | Makeup Artist: Angel Face By Linda Garrisi | Rentals: Designs by Diane | Cake: Sunrise Bakery and Pastry | Band: Transeo | Ceremony Musicians: Ambiance Ensemble | Stationery: Papyrus | Jewelry: Precision Jeweler | Officiant: Father Stan Fraser |

20 Ways To Personalize Your Ceremony

Posted by Caitlin on Apr 24, 2014

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The ceremony is the most important part of the wedding day. Why? Because after all, it is the sole reason why your closest family and friends have gathered to celebrate you officially getting hitched! Of course, the proceedings are up to your and your significant other (and your officiant), but there are some creative ways to make it feel a little extra special too, like asking guests to choose a seat not a side, adding heirloom details to your bouquet, including your pet, and writing your own vows, read what other featured real wedding couples have done here.

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Caity and Bryan were married at the Las Vegas Country Club in Las Vegas, Nev. on April 4. “As soon as I walked out onto the terrace, I knew it was the one,” Caity said. “The view, the stained concrete, and the amazing backdrop!” The bride wore a lace mermaid wedding gown with a ruffled skirt, accessorized with her hair half-up/half-down in loose curls, while the groom wore a tan vest and pants, blue bow tie, and black Converse tennis shoes. Bridesmaid dresses were handmade! Not to mention they’re oh-so elegant. Guests choose a seat not a side when they arrived to the ceremony. “We really wanted a neutral and natural look, so we went with a lot of champagne and ivory with a touch of yellow,” she said. “The sunflowers I had my florist put down the aisle made the perfect frame for my husband and I ” to say our “I do’s.” Plenty of lawn games were played during cocktail hour. “My biggest fear was everyone getting bored or being upset while we were taking pictures  . . . we provided giant Jenga, corn hole, and a photobooth,” Caity said. Props such as lips, mustaches, heart-shaped sunglasses, and “Run!” and “Good Luck!” quote boxes were absolute favorites. The outdoor reception twinkled with a chandelier and string lights overhead, tables decorated with mason jar centerpieces, and a mini bundt cake was served instead of a traditional tiered one.

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Photography: Jenna Ebert Photography | Venue: Las Vegas Country Club | Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero from Bowties Bridal | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Event Planner: Selena Stem | Bridesmaid Dresses: Juanita Chitay | Hair Stylist: Salon Salon | Floral Designer: Ann Leonardo | DJ: Perfect Vision Entertainment

The Most Popular New Wedding Dresses on WedStyle

Posted by Caitlin on Apr 23, 2014

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Dress Designers (from left to right): Amsale and Kelly Faetanini

WeddingWire’s editorial team just returned from New York Bridal Market a little over a week ago. Give them a round of applause because they spent countless seconds, minutes, hours, and even days uploading photos to our new Wedstyle app as wedding dresses were practically coming down the runways. Want to know which ones were top-rated? See more of the looks YOU loved here.

Shabby Chic Pink Fall Inn Wedding in California

Posted by Caitlin on Apr 22, 2014

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Kellie and Tyler were married at Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula, Calif. on November 30. The bride wore a sweetheart wedding gown with a lace bodice and ruffled skirt, accessorized with her hair down in loose curls, while the groom wore a dark gray suit, accessorized with a plaid tie and pocket square. Not to mention her custom Converse tennis shoes! Bridesmaids wore long pink chiffon dresses and carried bouquets of garden roses, ranunculuses, and dusty millers. The outdoor ceremony began just before sunset and was lit with plenty of chandeliers and string lights from trees. After the vows were said and sealed with a kiss, the newlyweds couldn’t help but show their excitement with a fist pump or two. Guests kept warm during cocktail hour with blankets, roasting marshmallows by the bonfire, and a cigar bar. A favorite moment during the reception? “Our first dance and the dancing with all of our family and friends,” Kellie said. Memories were built (and signed) onto Jenga pieces, mini bundt cakes were served as something sweet, and a grand exit was made with sparklers! “This is YOUR day,” she said. “No one else’s, so make it exactly how you want it and not how other people want it to be.”

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Photography: Daniel Boone Photography | Venue: Temecula Creek Inn | Dress Designer: Allure Bridals from Mary Me Bridal | Shoes: Converse | Bridesmaid Dresses: Hailey Logan from Nordstrom | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Wearhouse | Floral Designer: Flowers Etc. | Cake: Nothing Bundt Cakes | Jewelry: Caitlizlee | Hair Stylist: Ashleigh Alvarez | Makeup Artist: Christina Sandoval | Officiant: Jay Hewitt | Invitations: Melissa Weisbender | DJ: Able Productions

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