New Issue of Bride magazine released with wedding dress shopping guide

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The new summer issue of Bride Magazine is now on news stands. The latest issue contains a new wedding dress shopping guide to help you find the perfect wedding dress.

People's cultural backgrounds can influence their choice of gown and accessories and often the theme of their wedding,'' she says.

Whatever style of wedding dress a bride-to-be has dreamed of walking down the aisle in, the recently released summer issue of Bride magazine will inspire them to find the perfect wedding gown that reflects her style.

Bride fashion editor Kirstie Armiger-Grant says more than ever brides have a wide variety of wedding dress styles to choose from. "Everything from glamorous and opulent princess wedding gowns to very chic and sleek sexy wedding dresses are available today in any colour,'' Kirstie says.

The summer issue of Bride is packed with every conceivable style. "Girls these days understand their own personal style and are looking to be inspired to find a wedding dress that not only suits their body shape but their personality,'' Kirstie says.

Kirstie says vintage styles, subtle colour and ethnic influences are popular for brides at the moment. "People's cultural backgrounds can influence their choice of gown and accessories and often the theme of their wedding,'' she says. "A wedding dress is a very individual fashion statement and probably the biggest fashion purchase most girls will make, so it's important that their dress reflects them.''

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.

For more information on bride.com.au contact Bride magazine. For more information on Hardie Grant Magazines, phone (03) 8520 6444 or go to http://www.hardiegrant.com.au.

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