(PRWEB) December 14, 2007
Just gotten engaged and realized you have no idea of how to start planning your wedding? It's normal to feel daunted but you don't have to be. The just released December issue of Bride magazine and bride.com.au are packed with everything needed to plan a dream wedding.
Bride's summer issue has taken the hard work out of choosing a wedding photographer with a special photo gallery, featuring different styles of stunning wedding photography from some of Australia's best. And if anyone is after more ideas, they can visit bride.com.au for more photographers in their state.
And to take the stress out of the rest of their wedding planning they can check out the fashion pages to find a perfect wedding dress and read why venues where they can get married and hold their reception are so popular. They can also get the latest on accessories and beauty, and whisk themselves away to a honeymoon in the Maldives.
And as always Bride's three titles, Melbourne Bride, Sydney Bride and Australian Bride feature a popular real-life wedding section that lets readers scope out other couple's wedding days and their planning process. Packed with tips and suppliers' contacts, they will have no lack of leads to start planning their wedding.
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, http://www.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 organizing wedding music.
For more information on http://www.bride.com.au or Bride magazine send an email.