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When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our source for peeping the most beautiful ways brides and grooms say "I do," it'll feature weddings from Australia to Napa and everything in between. Brides beware: You're going to want to pin just about everything you see. And even if you're not engaged, you'll want to check it out just for the love story.
UPDATE: This post was originally published on June 4.
As wedding bloggers, we’re always keeping an eye out for pretty details and decor. But sometimes (and only sometimes, because we love us some details), we like it when a couple takes a more intimate approach. A small gathering with a handful of friends or in this case, an elopement. Just Jennie and Ben, and the photographic skills of Joielala, are all you need. They married on a Monday evening at Spreckles Pavilion in Balboa Park and wanted their elopement to have a Parisian feel, as that’s where Ben proposed. Later, the evening ended with a romantic sailboat ride in San Diego Harbor. Dreamy.
Your grandma might have a style sense that rivals Diana Vreeland's, but if she’s ever commented on how “boyish” your outfit looks when you were feeling particularly femenine (in your cropped sweater, A-line skirt, and patent oxfords, say) you should welcome her to 2014. These days, how much pink you have in your read
Halloween is ultimately what you make of it. Some spare no expense crafting the perfect couple's costume while others play the holiday on the cheap — embracing their thrifty side with drugstore buys and repurposed clothing that they already own. If you're in the former category, Charlotte Olympia's limited edition "Trick read