Shepparton brides will be inspired with the latest copy of Bride & Groom magazineNovember 21, 2012 3:15pm
The latest edition of Bride & Groom offers a treasure trove of inspiration.
This glossy 88-page issue is available for $4.95 at The News and Goulburn and Murray valley newsagencies.
Packed with real weddings from the region, the magazine also features the latest trends, ideas and local services to help couples plan their special day.
This issue boasts three stunning fashion pictorials which showcase locally-available designs for brides, grooms and attendants, including the little ones in a bridal party.
The Shepparton News features and special publications team was again inundated with submissions for the publication and is proud to bring readers a myriad of ideas from 20 regional brides whose weddings were infused with true reflections of each couple's personalities.
Discover how social networking has found its way into wedding planning, tips for brides and grooms, checklists for your reception and budget, plus fitness advice for getting into shape for the big day.
You are sure to be inspired!
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