On Newsstands Now: The Winter/Spring 2017 Issue

The newest issue of SLPCBG is hot off the press! Find out what’s inside our fresh, glossy pages and where to snag your copy.

The new year always ushers in a list of resolutions, a dose of optimism, and a sense of renewal. But for those of us here at #SLPCBG, the month of January also welcomes another exciting moment: The release of our Winter/Spring issue. The newest edition of Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom magazine hits newsstands this week, and as our cover beautifully states, we’re over the moon about this issue!

Photographed by Kevin Focht, our cover girl wears a new-school version of an Old Hollywood-esque bustier gown by Aussie designer Karen Willis Holmes (shop the collection at Harlow Brides) and estate-worthy diamond jewelry by Roberto Coin (we’re all heart eyes for that blingy $100K collar necklace). The image was photographed during our “decayed elegance” greenhouse-themed fashion shoot—both “Grey Gardens” and “Great Expectations” were sources of style inspiration. See more of the fashion story in the mag!

There’s a lot to love in this new issue, starting with the cover and ending with our Last Look page, which highlights a 2017 Astro Guide for brides and grooms from Allie Couch of CosmoMuse. On the pages in between, we’re proud of our diverse and inclusive collection of Real Wedding features, from a colorful, traditional Indian wedding with contemporary twists at Montage Deer Valley to a modern gay wedding at Snowbird’s new mountaintop venue.

We also spotlight tropical-inspired floral designs at downtown Salt Lake City’s hip (and delicious) HSL Restaurant; rustically elegant and wonderfully scrumptious non-traditional wedding cakes; “Something New & Blue” wedding décor at cool, new venue Ember; and a guide to the best local booze to serve at your shindig, from bubbly and wine to beer and cocktails, plus what eats to serve alongside said drinks. And that’s just a handful of pages—there’s so much more to help you plan your celebration and to provide local inspiration and resources.

In this new year of 2017, we feel fortunate to work with and help shine a light on the many talented creatives in our local community, and to encourage a message of supreme love and equality. We hope you enjoy the issue!

Click here for a list of local newsstands or to order a copy of the magazine online

 

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