(PRWEB) October 1, 2007
As every bride-to-be knows, the best advice can come from word-of-mouth. It's normal to feel excited and overwhelmed when planning a wedding, and the just released September issue of Bride magazine are here to help with real-life wedding advice.
The real-life wedding section on bride.com.au lets you scope out dozens of other couple's wedding days and get objective advice. You can learn anything from where the bride found her wedding dress, to the reception venue, to the honeymoon destination.
Best of all, reading about other's wedding preparation experiences will reassure readers they not alone in what can be a daunting task.
And for more ideas and inspiration, check out Bride magazine's spring issue, on sale now. The bumper real-life wedding section includes advice from other brides as well as contact details of suppliers, to make wedding preparations easier.
Bride magazine appeals to the discerning bride, aged between her mid 20s to late 30s, who has a high disposable income and wants a wedding that reflects her and her partner's personalities.
The magazine is supported by its website, bride.com.au -- a bank of wedding information on all things bridal. The popular site allows brides to scroll through pictures of wedding dresses (such as Alex Perry Bridal), find local wedding suppliers and read helpful articles on all aspects of wedding planning from choosing bridesmaids to organising wedding music.
For more information on bride.com.au or Bride magazine email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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