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Brides

February/March 2019

Enter a gorgeous world of weddings with BRIDES magazine! Each issue, Brides delivers the best wedding ideas, budget advice, and beautiful, flattering dresses, plus, stunning hairstyles, beauty tips, simple how-tos, and sexy honeymoons.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast US
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all access

BRIDAL FASHIONBRIDES BUZZCheck out local buzz-worthy events and promotions hosted at some of our favorite retail locations across the country, including upcoming trunk shows, store happenings, and store highlights.Visit bridesallaccess.com to find out what’s happening in your community—and check back each month for more.FASHIONJOANNA AUGUST BRIDALRecently launched new bridal gown collection Joanna August Bridal is available exclusively at Nordstrom. This collection is made for the young, bold, modern woman who is making her own decisions and forging her own path, all for under $1,000.JOANNAAUGUST.COMFASHIONPRESENTING THE BRIDES X MOD THREAD COLLECTIONThe collection consists of a mix of exclusive Supima cotton tees, cropped sweatshirts, and expressive swimsuits and beach towels—all handmade in California. Free shipping with orders over $50.MODTHREAD.COM/BRIDESBRIDESALLACCESS.COM / @BRIDESPROMOS ■…

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@brides

Money talk can be tricky whether you’re planning a wedding or mapping out your new life together. (Hello, mortgage!) For tips on making those chats easier, head to brides.com/finances.Money, HoneyHow to Prioritize Your Wedding Must-HavesReality has hit: Weddings are expensive! We’ll help you figure out how to plan—and afford—all the special details of the big day, whether you want to splurge on a signature cocktail or colorful smoke bombs for your exit, or spend a lot on the ultimate dress. Start now at brides.com/budget.CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: ANNI GRAHAM; ANA HINOJOSA; JENNIFER YOUNG STUDIO ■…

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weddings we love

Julianne Young & Kristian WieclawekFebruary 10, 2018Lake Louise, Alberta“After years as a wedding planner, it was fun to be on the other side. I have a new appreciation for the stressed-out bride,” Julianne says with a laugh.Audrey Plant & Johnathan HankinsJune 30, 2018Columbus, OhioFOR A CHANCE TO BE FEATURED BY BRIDES, TAG YOUR WEDDING PHOTOS ON INSTAGRAM WITH #BRIDESREALWEDDINGS.Danika Daly & Stephan Hoo-FattJune 22, 2018North Plains, Oregon“Stephan found our venue, Horning’s Hideout, online,” Danika says. “When we visited, we were captivated by the cascading evergreens and octopus trees.”Lindsay Patterson & Hudson SmytheMay 27, 2018Aspen, ColoradoFROM TOP: CORRINA WALKER PHOTOGRAPHY (2); JENNY HAAS. FROM TOP: CHRISTY CASSANO (2); ASHLEY SAWTELLE ■…

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“how much will it cost?” is a big question

In the Money Issue, we’ll help you think through the costs of your wedding by offering lots of ideas from industry experts, as well as real brides who have sussed it out (“The Zero-Drama Guide to Money” on page 120). But no matter your number, everyone has different priorities. My budgeting advice is to identify your one or two must-haves—amazing music, dreamy dress—and go from there.Speaking of dresses, flip through our 10-page report on New York Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019 on page 55 for inspiration, then bliss out on all of the beautiful real weddings in this issue, including highlights (and amazingly doable ideas) from the most memorable celebrity weddings of the year.@lisagooderMost Liked Wedding to DateChiara Ferragni, founder of influential blog the Blonde Salad, married Italian rapper Fedez…

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missing mom

My obsession with shoes began with a pair of neon-hued PVC pumps. They were my grandma’s, though I find it hard to believe that a cable-knit-sweater-wearing prep would be seen out and about in such flash. I would put them on every day after school, when my sister and I would descend to the basement to play dress-up—piling on vintage costume jewelry, feather boas, and elbow-length satin gloves as we hosted our American Girl dolls for tea. This love of fancy footwear continued throughout the years, reaching its zenith the day my mom, Sheila, took me prom-shoe shopping and finally agreed to buy me a pair of Jimmy Choos. As I tried on crystal-embellished pumps and satin-bowed stilettos, she balked at the prices while pacing the shoe department in her…

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budget like a pro

Want to know when to splurge and when to save? Ask us all your burning budget questions @brides on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.Q: Help! How can I cut catering costs?—Blair Donovan via FacebookA: You want to spend money on what makes your night memorable. If food is your top priority, keep the rentals simple—just get white plates [1], and go with the cheaper salt and pepper shakers—but don’t skimp on the serving staff. A lot of people think they don’t need passed hors d’oeuvres during cocktail hour; they just want a farmstand table. You can scale down, but it’s still nice to have a few passed apps. Otherwise people will bum-rush that table and destroy it. Rather than having a full bar with base-level mixers, serve beer and wine, prosecco…

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