Introducing Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine

Remember the first day of school when you were a kid? The butterflies you felt in your tummy when you woke up, the perfect outfit you picked out the night before, the rush of meeting new friends and teachers at school?

That’s how I feel today as I happily introduce the newest kid on the block: Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine. (And for the record, I picked out a new top and pair of jeans from Cake Boutique  to wear for the occasion). Here’s a glimpse at the look and style of the magazine to come…

Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom Magazine is the newest glossy to join the Sagacity Media family, publishers of Park City, Seattle Met Bride & Groom, Portland Bride & Groom, Seattle Met and Portland Monthly magazines.

Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom will provide local couples with inventive ideas and trusted in-region resources for everything from couture gowns and creative catering to sharp-shooting photographers and stunning reception sites. The magazine will publish twice a year (summer/fall and winter/spring issues), with the premiere issue launching this June! A super cool website launch will coincide with the first issue’s release, too.

You can check out the latest with the magazine right here, plus get your daily dose of all things local weddings: engagement shoots, bridal and groomal shoots, inspiration shoots, real wedding features, vendor profiles, expert advice, the latest styles and trends, news about local bridal shows, events and trunk shows, special promotions, and so much more.

For all you newly engaged Utah gals and guys, congratulations–we’re thrilled to be a part of your big day! And to all the local vendors, we look forward to showcasing your talents!

Tessa Woolf, Editor

4 Comments on “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: 6 Wedding Traditions to Follow or Forgo

  1. I love the tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue! It’s a fun, relatively simple, way to get creative and involve people who might not already have such a big part in the wedding. I borrowed a crystal cuff bracelet from a good friend (Tessa, in fact!) for my wedding day, and it was the perfect way to recognize our friendship in a simple, special way on my big day.

  2. This article is awesome, I love the wedding traditions. Especially the something old, borrowed, new & blue one. Getting creative is what its all about for the bride, even if it’s a tiny blue bow sewn somewhere in the dress, or lingerie. Or one single blue button on the dress. I think the traditions make the wedding more memorable to the couple.

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