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Any former bride or groom will tell you that the key to min­i­miz­ing stress on the big day is stay­ing or­ga­nized. Know your time­line, com­mu­ni­cate with your bri­dal party, and keep track of all the im­por­tant el­e­ments, such as your vows. An ef­fi­cient and mean­ing­ful way to store your sen­ti­ments is to use a made-to-or­der vow book from Wed­ding Story Writer. Cus­tom­ize your de­signs with a va­ri­ety of fetch­ing fabrics, foils, and archival ma­te­ri­als. Book­lets come with shorter, tra­di­tional vows writ­ten out un­der del­i­cate silk rib­bon with two blank pages for your per­sonal thoughts, prom­ises, and il­lus­tra­tions to make the keep­sakes truly your own. Prices start­ing at $300; wed­dingsto­ry­writer.com

COVER: Pho­tographed by Tracey Mor­ris. Hair and makeup by Paul Venoit. “Zo­diac” tulle-em­broi­dered gown with se­quin-cov­ered mermaid skirt, $5,600 by Claire Pet­ti­bone; clairepet­ti­bone.com. Drop ear­rings with rose quartz and flu­o­rite ($865) and...

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