Why Saying "I Do" Doesn't Have To Be Scripted

Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director at SFB, will be our source for the nontraditional bride. This was originally published June 3.
When you think about weddings, the ceremony is probably the last thing on your mind. It’s SO easy to get caught up in all the surface stuff, right? — the dreamy, Jane Birkin-inspired silk dress and the tulle veil trimmed in lace or the macaron tower and tiered, edible-rose-covered cake — and forget that the whole point of it all is to gather everyone together to watch you and your one and only commit to forever. Whether you decide to do a mellow, justice-of-the-peace-style union in your own living room, a nondenominational, hippie ceremony in the woods, or a hardcore Jewish one in a city synagogue, in the end, it all comes down to saying “I do.” Check out how it all went down for some of my fave couples featured in “Weddings We Love.” — Molly Guy
Photo: Courtesy of Stone Fox Bride

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