Real Weddings

REAL WEDDING HEIRLOOMS

Wedding Heirlooms

Our latest collection of accessories is meant to live beyond your wedding day, passed down to the next generation for their walk down the aisle. These heirloom-worthy pieces—jewelry, clutches, veils, and more—made us wonder about the somethings old and borrowed of the women at our home office, and the stories behind them.

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Decorating & DIY

Six Inspired Wedding Invitations

Real talk: the wedding invitation game is daunting. And while we love a classic A7 invitation suite lettered with wispy calligraphy, we‘re noticing couples infusing personality into their invites, setting a unique tone for their wedding the moment guests open the envelope. We reached out to our graphic designers Stef P. and January W. for their favorite fresh takes on invitations. Read on to be inspired.

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Style & Beauty

GORGEOUS WINTERTIME SKIN IS POSSIBLE

It’s January and the likelihood your skin’s not in crop top condition is almost a given. Blame it on the cold air, the lack of humidity, the fact that we’re bundling ourselves into a sleeping-bagged waddle to survive. All totally valid (wind chill is no joke), but this winter, let’s pamper our cold-weather skin for a change. We’re talking about getting luxurious here—slough yourself to an otherworldly glow, drench your body in gorgeous oils, and pop open a cold bottle of bubbles to enjoy once you emerge from the steam, glistening and ready for that (cashmere) crop top.

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Decorating & DIY

A Recipe from Italy: Nonna’s Homemade Manicotti

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Our latest shoot whisked us away to a beautiful locale in southern Italy, the Palazzo Margherita. For those of us unable to make the trip, we asked Teresa Follo, our senior graphic designer’s nonna (grandmother, in Italian), for a recipe that would transport us to the country known for their delicious and rustic cuisine. Written in the fashion of a true nonna, her instructions involve a little this and a little that, but that’s the best way to cook, we say.

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