New Hampshire Magazine Bride - Spring-Summer 2012

Skip the veil and opt for the fascinator

Some modern brides are choosing to leave the veil behind and are turning instead to decorative head pieces like the fascinator. These not-quite-hats come in all shapes and sizes and can be made of everything from wool to lace, but…

Ideas and inspiration for a beach-themed wedding

The warm sun, calming surf and sand between your toes are the key ingredients to making your beach wedding magical. Set the tone of your wedding from the moment your guests open your beach-inspired invitation until the day they arrive…

Design your cake with inspiration from your dress

Brides who want a cake design that's out of the ordinary are choosing to replicate the pattern of their dress in butter cream or fondant. "They also might choose the pattern from their table linens," says Tami Despres, pastry chef…

Cake toppers popular again

Years ago, wedding cakes were predictable - white cake with a plastic bride and groom on top, done. Then times, thankfully, changed. Cakes with color and toppers of monograms or flowers became the style. And now times have changed again.…

Add pop to your wedding: bright and bold jewel tones

One way to make your wedding unforgettable is to choose colors that are bold - especially jewel-tone bold - for bridesmaid dresses, cake and flowers. They're lovely set against the white of the bridal gown and reception linen. It's a…

White dress takes center stage with jewel tones

The jewel tones of the Beaux Arts Founders Lobby at The Music Hall in Portsmouth inspired photographer Jennifer Goolkasian to imagine a bride in the midst of it. Surrounded by violet, orchid, amethyst, blues, rusts and bronzes, the white wedding…

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