Take a Look at Our Wedding Album

The creative team and editorial staff at HGTV.com and DIYNetwork.com share their wedding photos.

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  1. Weddings
  2. Decorating

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas ©Beall + Thomas Photography

©Temple Photography

©Temple Photography

©Temple Photography

©Temple Photography

©Temple Photography

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Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: BOB FARLEY/F8PH0TO.ORG, Bob Farley ©BOB FARLEY/F8PHOTO

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Photo By: Vandiver Chaplin ©Copyright: Vandiver L Chaplin

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

Virginia, Managing Editor for Special Projects, and her husband Chris were married at a charming bed and breakfast in the Highlands of North Carolina. Maddie the dog just came along for the ride.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

An evergreen backdrop sets the stage for the happily-ever-after. The bride and groom recited their vows under an archway lined with pretty white hydrangeas.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

The late summer affair was held outdoors. A garden wedding can be a gamble, especially in the summer. Fortunately, Virginia and Chris didn’t have to resort to a plan B, the rain held off.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

Virginia’s bouquet was comprised of baby blue hydrangeas, soft pink roses and baby’s breath. A navy satin ribbon was a nod to the traditional “something blue”.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

After the ceremony, guests made their way up to the main house for cocktails and hor d’oeuvres. A simple and refreshing spiked Arnold Palmer made of sweet tea vodka and lemonade was served. There’s something about a signature cocktail that adds a festive flair to any event.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

The juxtaposition of the formal script on a burlap surface helps create the rustic-chic look.

Rustic Charm in the Mountains

A menu card was tucked inside the elegant table setting.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

Liz, our Production Coordinator, and her golf-loving husband Bobby said their vows over looking the 18th hole on a picture-perfect June afternoon. Liz’s mom made the elegant aisle runner with a bolt of satin fabric and 3-foot-tall sticky decals.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

Liz is an ardent fan of University of Tennessee’s football team (Yay, go Vols!). So much so, she paired the team’s color, bright orange with a pretty pink fuchsia.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

The vibrant wedding colors add a big pop of personality to the country club’s Tudor-style setting.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

Silver water pitchers and vintage teapots were used to hold bright bouquets of summer hues.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

The golf theme was carried throughout the wedding. The drink cozy favors reiterate the couple’s promise of eternity by stating “no mulligans” (if you don’t speak golf, that means no do-overs). Liz and Bobby also tweaked their wedding vows a bit and replaced “for better or for worse” with “through birdies and bogeys”.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

For additional decor, the bride’s aunt covered big books in the wedding colors and then used her excellent penmanship to personalize the book spines.

Golf Clubs and I Dos

Liz and Bobby didn’t forget a single detail, they even made sure the bathrooms were properly adorned with their wedding colors.

Farms and Fields Forever

For farm-girl Karli, our Corporate Marketing Manager, sparkling wedding bands looked even more radiant on top of a rusted tent pole.

Farms and Fields Forever

Karli's bouquet combined succulents, calla lilies, peacock feathers and ranunculus with a beautifully-wrapped grapevine. All flowers were grown locally on a farm in Corryton, Tenn.

Farms and Fields Forever

The mothers of the bride and groom wore stunning corsages made of deep purple calla lilies and colorful peacock feathers, a nod to the bride's lovely bouquet.

Farms and Fields Forever

Fresh greenery lined the tables and added to the natural, outdoorsy feel of the farm wedding. Each centerpiece was composed of vines, twigs and ivy all found on the florist's personal farm.

Farms and Fields Forever

A couple of love birds donning a veil and top hat adorn the three-tiered amaretto wedding cake.

Farms and Fields Forever

Upon their grand exit, the bride and groom walked down a shimmering path as guests lined the sides waving sparklers and wishing them farewell.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

Marianne, our Productions Coordinator, and her southern gent Aaron were married at Castleton Farms in Loudon, Tenn. Aaron's unique groom's cake featured a bronzed cowboy boot that once belonged to his grandfather.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

Marianne's wedding gown was already stunning, but she had a few alterations made to make it truly one of a kind. Her dramatic cathedral-length veil was made of Italian lace and completed the look beautifully.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

A beloved bride, Marianne was surrounded by friends on her big day. The 12 bridesmaids looked gorgeous in periwinkle gowns, carrying bouquets of white hydrangeas and peonies.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

Because she wanted a classy southern vibe, Marianne chose to skip the popular tulle flower girl dresses and instead opted for classic white smock dresses. The flower girls carried simple moss baskets made by the florist, Brian Davis.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

As Brian is the featured wedding florist for Blackberry Farms, it is no surprise that his work is simply stunning, particularly this jaw-dropping table runner made of hundreds of hydrangeas. "I showed him a picture but didn't think he would really make it," says Marianne. "I was in tears when I saw it. It couldn't have been better."

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

To feed their almost 400 guests, Marianne and Aaron had a seven-tiered wedding cake covered in hydrangeas and peonies. It was so large that a stand had to be made, because they couldn't find one big enough. The delicious cake had layers of almond, lemon and almond with a raspberry glaze.

A Sophisticated Southern Affair

Since their wedding had an open bar, Marianne and Aaron wanted to make sure guests had something to eat before driving home. The caterer asked if they would rather have mini gourmet burgers, but the couple opted for Krystals on a silver platter. They were passed out on the dance floor, and Marianne and Aaron even took a sackful for the road!

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

Kelly, our Programming Manager, and her husband, Derek, were married at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve in Birmingham, Alabama. Friends, family and easy DIY projects made their budget-friendly wedding and reception possible.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

Kelly and Derek adapted an outdoor classroom area at the nature preserve to become their ceremony site. Simple touches made it prettier and more comfortable, and friends chipped in to decorate all day before the afternoon ceremony. For example, friend and Made + Remade blogger Michelle Reynolds framed the ceremony focal point with grapevine and native plants.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

Here, a friend (Elizabeth Brooke) covers the rustic wooden benches with fabric to make them more comfortable and to indicate that they’re reserved for parents and grandparents.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

Kelly and Derek held their reception in an open pavilion at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve. Basic folding tables were dressed up with inexpensive canvas dropcloth (available at big-box home and garden stores) and handmade burlap table runners. Kelly also made a pennant banner to denote the bride-and-groom table.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

Kelly’s own collection of blue and clear Mason jars served as centerpieces filled with tulips ordered through the local Whole Foods floral counter, which proved to be a budget-friendly way to source fresh flowers.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

For wedding favors, Kelly and Derek asked friends who run the local Maple Valley Nursery to grow out heirloom tomato plants. For the summer months, after their late April wedding, friends sent reports about and pictures of their tomato plants and harvests.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

The groom’s older sister, an avid baker, made cakes for both the bride and groom. For Kelly’s cake, she experimented with gluten-free recipes until she got one that was just perfect.

A Budget-Friendly DIY Wedding Day

The centerpiece of the wedding decor was a quilt that many friends and family members contributed to and a close friend coordinated. Each quilt square represents a special memory or message. The group, many of them first-time quilters, presented the keepsake to Kelly the morning of the wedding. Throughout the reception, guests lingered around the wedding quilt to share stories about the couple.

1975 Revisited in Vegas

This is Watson — in the three-piece blue denim suit — he's our Programming Manager. He and his beautiful wife Kelly said their vows not back in the 70s, but just a few years ago at the Wee Kirk o’ the Heather Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

1975 Revisited in Vegas

The ceremony was presided over by a divine holy man dressed in a white, bedazzled jumpsuit and sacred Hawaiian neckwear.

1975 Revisited in Vegas

If you’re planning a throwback wedding, don’t ignore tradition. Watson adhered to the longstanding custom of wearing “something old (the Disco shirt); something new (the boutonniere is fresh); something borrowed (Elvis called, he wants his platforms back); and something blue."

1975 Revisited in Vegas

Getting married can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Watson and Kelly announced simply "We're getting married in Vegas," and extended an open invitation knowing any excuse is a good excuse to fly to Las Vegas. What better way to celebrate than to get wild and crazy with your friends and family?

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