Bride Goes Digital: First Digital Version of Australian Bride Magazine Available for Download

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Gathering ideas and inspiration in an instant for a dream wedding is even easier with the first digital version of Australian Bride magazine now ready to be downloaded.

Gathering ideas and inspiration in an instant for a dream wedding is even easier with the first digital version of Australian Bride magazine now ready to be downloaded.

The celebrated 50th anniversary issue, published in March 2007, can be downloaded for free from http://www.bride.com.au. Future issues will be available for $7.95.

In partnership with Zinio, the world leader in digital publishing, back copies of Australian Bride will be at your fingertips. Perfect for ex-pats planning an Australian wedding or for those who just want to be up with the latest trends, this issue is jam packed with ideas for any wedding with our top 50 wedding photos, wedding planning, trimmings, honeymoon destinations, accessories and more. Or skip to the bumper fashion pages to make the search for the perfect gown that bit easier.

And no matter where you are, organising a wedding has become so much easier with direct links to suppliers' websites.

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.

For more information on the digital magazine, bride.com.au or Bride magazine email webmaster @ hardiegrant.com.au

Hardie Grant Magazines is a Melbourne-based independent business, known as a leader in the field of custom publishing. As well as bride.com.au and Bride magazine, its titles range from business magazine In The Black to fashion/lifestyle magazine WBJ (produced for Sydney's Westfield Bondi Junction Shopping Centre), Dymocks' Booklover, Business Express (produced for American Express), Backpacker Essentials (produced for YHA Australia), Mercedes magazine and more. For more information on Hardie Grant Magazines, phone (03) 8520 6444 or go to http://www.hardiegrant.com.au

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