New Hampshire Magazine Bride - Spring-Summer 2006

Sweet Seasons

When guests arrive at your wedding reception, chances are the first thing they’ll notice is your wedding cake. It is the centerpiece of your celebration, and you want it to help create the right mood for the hours ahead. A…

One-of-a-kind Weddings

Make it a family affair ... It has been said that when a bride and groom get married, they don’t just marry each other, they marry families. In the case of Erin and Christopher Duhan, their families married them —…

Tips From Top Chefs

The centerpiece of the reception is the food — it’s all about quality, flavor and presentation. Executive Chef Steve Stinnett of the Manchester Country Club, and soon his own new restaurant in downtown Manchester, suggests picking a food theme for…

Beyond Blooms

First, brides added color to the traditional white bouquet, everything from a subtle touch of it to bold and bright, like all red. Now their bouquet choices are going beyond flowers to feathers and jewels — some are even choosing…

Dreamy Dresses

Jean Harlow sheaths, Marilyn Monroe mermaids and voluminous ball gowns sumptuous enough to make Cinderella envious are the bridal silhouettes of the 2006 season. Michelle Bouchard, owner of Down the Aisle in Style, a boutique salon in Manchester, just returned…

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