An airy French chapel design, the art of finding a reading for your ceremony, the origins of the "groom's cake" and more...
- From Corsica to Comporta, these ten beachy honeymoon destinations are equal parts stylish, sunny, and guaranteed to relieve you of any residual wedding planning stress.
- Lisa Przystup (owner of James' Daughter Flowers in Brooklyn shared her tips for DIY-ing the flowers at your own wedding with Vogue—and we're all for believing we could do it!
- Joanna Goddard on how finding the perfect wedding ceremony reading can be trickier than you expect (even if you're a reader!).
- This little reimagined chapel in the woods of Saint-Maurice-sous-les-Côtes, France, is meant to be a haven for hikers and a celebration of local materials, as well as an extremely charming place for weddings and events.
- This excellent rant about wedding rants examines the roots of what's actually tasteful or classy (spoiler: not using wedding planning as a space to heap on mean-spirited commentary about other peoples' weddings).
- A brief history (and the heteronormative, Victorian roots) of the modern Southern tradition called a "groom's cake," which is often thematic in design and served in addition to the fancypants wedding cake.
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