We’re looking for engaged couples to feature in the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of Brides Local Magazines (on newsstands as Brides New York, Brides Chicago, Brides Southern California, etc).
Are you newly engaged and overwhelmed by the gift-registry process? Are you having a hard time finding items that fit your personal style? We want to help!
Using your favorite home décor item as inspiration, we’ll create a list of registry items that reflect your personal style. This inspiration item can be anything—a favorite piece of vintage china, a much-loved tablecloth, or an eye-catching throw pillow.
Couples who have already registered can be considered for the story as well. And, of course, featured couples do not need to take any of our suggestions.
If you would like to be considered for the story, please email the following to Allison_Bean@condenast.com with the subject ‘Registry Story’.
- Bride’s Name:
- Groom’s Name:
- Wedding Date:
- Wedding Location:
- Three words that describe your personal style:
- Photo of you and your fiancé
- Photo of your favorite home décor item
Happy happy thanksgiving everyone! Much like everyone else, I’m taking the rest of the week off to reflect, relax, and rip into some turkey down south in Louisiana, so I’ll see you back here on Monday!
And don’t forget….
If you’re interested but having signed up for the card swap yet, today at 3pm EST is your last chance, so don’t delay! No joke, this is the biggest swap we’ve have yet! I keep having to go out and buy more envelopes! See the full info at the original post. CARD SWAP IS NOW CLOSED
Oh, and there’s been a question some of you have had about how the swap works…essentially you’re sending 1 card to each person in your card swap group, and its as if you’re sending a card to a friend, so yes, feel free to write a note inside!
[top image of Amy Atlas's Thanksgiving dessert table by Allan Zepeda for Mel Barlow]
[bottom image by Courtney Jentzen]
A little early, but enjoy the SPOOOOKY weekend! I’m curious, if YOU were getting married this weekend, would you go all out with a Halloween theme?
[image from Amy Atlas Events]
Lets team up everyone and help Dawn from NJ find a cool place to get married! Leave any tips below in the comments…thanks!
I don’t know if there is anyway you can help me or not but I love your website and am always looking through it so I thought it may be worth a shot contacting you. My fiance and I are having the hardest time finding a venue/wedding site we like in NJ..specifically the northern, NJ areas. I know you are a brooklyn based site and brooklyn is actually where I am from but we recently moved to NJ so we want to stay closer to our home. We want something simpler and modern and we definitely don’t want the typical wedding factory vibe. I would love a farm/barn or great garden style site but we can’t seem to find anything. Any ideas? Any info you might know of to help us find our dream site would be greatly appreciate! Thanks in advance for your time!