by: Megan Acosta

Copper is the big new metallic this year and we are even more in love with it after seeing this intimate coastal North Carolina wedding from Taken by Sarah Photography. From the beautiful florals (seriously, who thought you could get that copper color in a flower?) to the cog cake decoration, Phyllis and Aaron beautifully infused copper details to help create the fun and laid-back wedding they’d been dreaming of. Moscow mules were, of course, the signature drink of choice to help get the party started. But our favorite detail has to be the bread loaf place cards! We love when details work double duty and think this is a genius idea! Enjoy all of the gorgeous friends!

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Vendors who made it all happen…

Photography: Taken by Sarah Photography // Wedding Planning & Design: Salt Harbor Designs // Venue: 128 South



by: Lauren

Chris and Katie’s Arizona wedding day filled with color and happiness took place at Paradise Valley Country Club, a location that happened to have great meaning for both of their families. A color palette boasting shades of pink, peach, and orange set the stage for a fun, chic affair. The two exchanged their vows with Camelback Mountain in the background, surrounded by their family and friends. Citrus fruit was incorporated into the centerpieces and tablescapes, and my goodness are they gorgeous! Great food, an amazing bad, and a party that people are still talking about was all the icing on the cake. Jay & Jess Photography were there to capture every moment and detail, and we are so very glad to share it all with y’all today! 

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Vendors who made it all happen…

Photographer:  Jay & Jess Photography // Event Planner: I Do I Do Wedding Specialists // Beauty: Leiden Mitchell Salon and Spa // Event Venue: Paradise Valley Country Club // Event Designer: White House Design Studio



by: Megan Acosta

Today’s wedding inspiration is a beautiful balance of contrasts. Juxtaposing hard and soft, urban and romantic, Katie of Chancey Charm Weddings and her team created a stunning wedding design that will set any city bride’s hearts a flutter. The industrial vibe comes from the High Line Car House, an old car house and barn from 1873, that has amazing exposed brick for the perfect urban backdrop. The glamorous gown and rich florals balance out the hard, creating a soft elegance that is too dreamy for words! Captured by Derks Works Photography, the end result is a combination of feminine romance and raw urban vibe that is easy to fall in love with.

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Vendors who made it all happen…

Planning + Design: Katie Werkin of Chancey Charm // Photography: Derks Works // Venue: High Line Car House // Catering: Two Caterers // Florals: Sunny Meadows Flower Farm // Dress: Ivy Bridal Studio // Shoes: Manolo Blahnik // Guests Clothing, Shoes, Accessories and Styling: Thread // Rentals (table, chairs, plates, flatware, and cups ): Event Source // Rentals (speciality furniture rung, chair, end table ): Elm and Iron  // Hair + Makeup: Virtue Salon // Leather Envelopes: Yellow Wood Design Studio // Paper Goods: Cheer Up Press // Ice Cream: Jeni’s Ice Cream



by: Lauren

I’ve been married for a little over 7 years now, and as you all know, I frequently look back on the time in my life when I was engaged and planning my wedding. My engagement was a little different than most- I was getting married at the age of 21 to my high school sweetheart of 9 years, and we were engaged for about 16 month too. And since we were young and broke, there was thing that we absolutely needed to do- create a wedding registry!

Now, the common thought right off the bat, no matter how young or old you are, is that you don’t need much of anything and won’t have anything to register for. This is especially thought if you live together already. But friends, that is wrong! Registering for your wedding is a great opportunity to upgrade what you currently have, replace what is broken or doesn’t work anymore, and even get things that you would never usually buy for yourself. It’s pretty funny- for some reason, a wedding is one of the the only times that your family and friends will gladly buy you things for your life and home. It’s like a rite of passage, and you absolutely need to take advantage of it!

Looking back on when my husband and I registered for our wedding, I realized that there were things we ended up returning, things we ended up using a lot, and then things that are still collecting dust. Well, thanks to Macy’s wedding registry partnering with us, I’m able to take this opportunity today to share a few registry items that my husband and I have found to be MUST HAVES when you register!

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Now, most everything that we found we registered for (and used) were items for the kitchen or appliances. Really, anything that was going to be a a bit of a larger purchase and we would have put off is what we registered for- including things like luggage and a coffee maker.

 

Appliances


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From left to right: Coffee maker, Food processor, KitchenAid Mixer, Dyson vacuum, Handheld steamer

 

General Household Items


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From left to right: Luggage set, Kate Spade cocktail shaker, Kate Spade toasting flutes, Kate Spade Wickford placesetting 

 

Kitchen Items


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From left to right: Mixing bowls, Pyrex set with lids, Calphalon cookware set, Cast iron frypan, Cutting board set, Le Cruset enameled cast iron French Oven, Cast iron reversible grill and griddle, Mandoline, Measuring cups, Measuring spoons, Mortar and pestle, Pizza stone, Digital kitchen scale, Vegetable Spiralizer, Vegetable steamer, Zester

I think from this list it’s a little obvious that my husband and I are foodies and love to cook! But really, all of these items are ones that we either did register for and still use 7 years later, or items that we *wish* we had registered for and ended up getting later on. So now it’s time to take all of these suggestions and add them to your registry! Head over to Macy’s to start your own wedding registry– it’s super easy! Plus, here’s a little something special for you to share with your friends and family once you create your registry…

Get an extra 15% off your wedding gift purchase with code “WEDDING”.

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