Thought-provoking guest books that pose single, specific questions serve as dinner table icebreakers at your wedding -- and turn into keepsakes you'll want to display in your home and reread on every anniversary. Notebooks, Start Here; "Adventure" paper, by Nat Geo, from Eastern Mountain Sports; "LePen" pen, by Marvy, from Lytha Studios.
This Romantic Italian Wedding Features a Historic Venue—and One Amazing View | Martha Stewart Weddings - Everyone moved to the other side of the church for the al fresco reception, complete with views of the 12-sided tower on site, the Orvieto Duomo and surrounding Tuscan countryside. Two long tables were set in the courtyard as well as a table of family wedding photos to honor the generations and those that couldn't be there to celebration with Amanda and Pat.
String Lights | Martha Stewart Weddings - Even though the night got a bit chilly, the bride and groom couldn't bring themselves to close the sides of their sailcloth tent and block the magical ocean view at their Massachusetts celebration. Above, dimmed string lights hung at random heights so they swayed softly throughout the space.
This Romantic Italian Wedding Features a Historic Venue—and One Amazing View | Martha Stewart Weddings - This couple, together with 48 guests, ventured off to Orvieto, Italy, to tie the knot. They exchanged vows at La Badia Hotel, a 12th century monastery that had been converted into a hotel complete with the original church prime for an small ceremony.