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When you start planning your wedding, one of the best ways to start to visualize your style is to see how other couples planned their wedding day. You've come to the right place: Our Real Weddings area has thousands of photos to inspire all of your details, from ceremony to reception. Not sure where to start? First, search for real weddings by location so you can see what couples in your area did to personalize their wedding -- plus you'll get a good sense for some of the reception venues near you. Next, narrow your search by wedding style -- you'll find everything from formal real wedding pictures to photos of more casual home weddings. Another good way to get real wedding inspiration? Search by season. If you are letting the colors of fall inspire your wedding decor, check out what hundreds of other fall brides have done to bring a nature-inspired palette to their reception decor. Speaking of colors, you can also search weddings by color. This can be a great way not only to decide your own color palette, but also to get inspiration for accent wedding colors. And do not forget to check back every week to see our Real Wedding of the Week. Each week we highlight one couple with an amazingly creative wedding style. Want to see your wedding on TheKnot.com? We have all the instructions you need to submit a Real Wedding, or you can upload your own photos in our My Real Wedding gallery.
The Tish, the katubah, the B'deken, the huppah, the kiddushin, and more. Here's how to plan a Jewish ceremony, plus get a Jewish wedding rituals checklist!
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