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photo by ira lippke studios, florals by tinsel & twine

Say “I do” in a way that’s completely you. From elegant blooms and romantic candles to whimsical lanterns and personalized signs, today’s couples are not just focusing on decorating their reception venue. Now more than ever, couples are incorporating their favorite décor elements into another very important aspect of the wedding – the ceremony. “Immerse your guests in the space since they will be there for a long time and before anything happens,” advises Ed Libby, owner of Ed Libby & Co. “En-

gage their senses by making sure the space smells beautiful with flowers or herbs and have music for them to listen to. It sets the mood for the rest of the day.” We asked the tri-state area’s top designers for some of their favorite aisle, altar, chuppah and signage designs to help inspire couples as they begin planning their wedding ceremony. Here are a few of the many options that can make your ceremony one to remember.

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Twirl New York Fall 2015  

For the Fall 2015 issue of The Book famed Chef Todd English whipped up a meal for one couple's rehearsal dinner at his eponymous food hall a...

Twirl New York Fall 2015  

For the Fall 2015 issue of The Book famed Chef Todd English whipped up a meal for one couple's rehearsal dinner at his eponymous food hall a...

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