3 2014 Wedding Trends: Hot, Unique, and Totally Doable!

3 2014 Wedding Trends: Hot, Unique, and Totally Doable!

wedding decorImage: Emily May via Flickr

June is here, which means the wedding season is officially in full swing! Congratulations to you brides-to-be—and to all of you offering tons of support to those in your lives about to take that big step. Looking through a list of the 10 Hottest Wedding Trends for 2014 on The Knot, three of them really caught my eye.

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