Don't be swayed by what the celebrities are walking down the aisle in
(PRWEB) March 31, 2008
One of the most exciting things about getting married is choosing the perfect wedding dress. The new wedding dress guide is essential reading when shopping for a wedding dress.
Bride magazine fashion editor Kirstie Armiger-Grant says brides have so many wedding dress styles to choose from that it can be overwhelming. "But the trick is to know your own style and what suits you," says Kirstie.
"Don't be swayed by what the celebrities are walking down the aisle in," she says. "Your wedding dress is a reflection of your personal style. "For instance if you never wear full skirts don't opt for a big princess look, or if you are not comfortable wearing a strapless dress choose sleeves or straps."
Kirstie says a couture wedding dress is a great option as it will be designed to fit your shape. "This is the one time you are going to get your dream dress so you want it to fit right," she says.
Bride's three titles, Melbourne Bride, Sydney Bride and Australian Bride have continued to provide information brides need, such as stylish fashion and product shoots, helpful feature articles, real-life wedding stories and spreads full of ideas for everything from great wedding photos to delicate bomboniere.
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, find local wedding suppliers, and read helpful articles on all aspects of wedding planning from choosing bridesmaids to organising wedding music.