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I'm incredibly excited about thi~ our newest issue of Sou/Jwm Utah Bride Magazine! We've created a stunning 64 page magazine filled with our best stories, inspiring photos and advice for you discerning brides and grooms. As we've listened to your feedback, we've added even more real weddings to the line up to share with you! While making this issue we had the oppommity to work with many of the talented florists, event p lanners, cake designers, stationery artists, and photographers from Southern Utah. I'm thrilled to present them and their work to you.

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I'm so thrilled you have picked up this copy of Sou/l1ern Utail Bride Maga.t.ine. Drop me a line to relay your thoughts and opinions about your favorite features. Please feel free to recommend a terrific local wedding professional, submit your own amazing Southern Utah wedding photos for a futu re issue or let me know what you'd Like to see next I hope you enjoy reading our 3"' issue of Southern Utah Bride Magazine! With warmest regards,

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" ... every girl has dreams about her ideal engagement ring, often guys have nightmares about the price tag'' By Haley McCormick

White gold, yellow gold or platinum; carat size, clarity, and color; princess cut, emerald cut, or round solitaire... These are the buzz words that often play on repeat in the minds of a soon-to-beengaged couple. And for a very good reason too! Whether a couple announces their engagement and then later heads to the jewelers or the ring comes as a total surprise to the future bride, it really cements the reality of their not-too-distant wedding bells. H owever, it's important to not get overly caught up in the e.:<citement of the moment and still take time to reflect on the significance of the wedding ring. Most people already know that the ring is used to symbolize the new "forever" that a married couple embarks on. A wedding ring has no beginning and no end; a reflection of the eternal nature of the new union. Furthermore, the hole in the center of the ring is not merely just empty space. It is symbolic in its own right as a passage, gateway, or dom; representing a lead into events both known and unknown for the newly married couple. Some of the earliest rings were made by the ancient Egyptians who twisted and braided reeds growing alongside the Nile river. They placed the rings on the second finger of the left hand because of a belief that a very vital vein ran from that finger to the heart. It seemed appropriate that the ring which symbolized true love should be worn in this manner. The tradition continued as the Greeks conquered

the Egyptians and then it was passed on further to the Romans who called this the "vena amoris"; Latin for "vein of love."

Here are sf!Vera.L things to keep in mind rifteryou decide to tie the /mot and beforeyou head to the jewelers: Yotn路 ring should reflect your personality Most people wear their wedding ring more often or longer than any other accessory or piece of jewelry. Many even wear them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year... for their entire life! The engagement ring and/ or wedding band should really become a part of you, and therefore also be a reflection of you. Brides with a classic, sophisticated style might be drawn to a gold band with a round, eye-catching solitaire (once popularized by Tiffany & Co.) while today's rugged, ~'guy's guy') type of groom often goes for a durable and masculine tungsten carbide band. Whatever your style may be, make sw路e you ultimately decide on a ring that you will love and allow to become part of you for many years to come. Dete1路mine a ring budget and stick to it Engagement and wedding rings are big purchases not to be taken lig htly. While every girl has dreams about her ideal engagement ring, often guys have nightmares about the price tag. To avoid anxiety and stress, discuss how much you as a couple would like to spend. While the ring is supposed to be a token of your love for each other, it ultimately is still just an o~ject.


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Neither the extravagance nor the simplicity of a wedding ring correlates with how much love the couple has for each othet: If the determined ring budget is somewhat on the smaller scale, don't leave the option of a later "upgrade" off of the table. Many younger couples will choose an engagement ring with a beautiful setting, but a smaller feature stone and then opt for an upgrade at their 5, 10, or even 20 year anniversary. Also, cubic zirconia has become a popular alternative that while synthetic, looks and feels nearly identical to the real deal ... but has a considerably lower cost. Your ring should be a good match for your lifestyle The engagement and wedding rings that you as a couple choose should be well-paired with the type of life you both live. Comfort is often a key consideration, especially for those who frequently are using their hands for either work or recreation. Thinner bands with curved edges often prove to be an easier transition for the future groom who isn't accustomed to wearing any jewelry. If he works with heavy equipment or objects, he might consider a tungsten metal or ceramic band that will not crush his finger on impact, but would instead shatter. It is just as important for the future bride to keep in mind the type of day-to-day activities that she is busy with. Some rings have settings that stand out higher and can easily snag on objects that are being handled. For example, many women who are in the hair styling business opt for a wide, decorative band with

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intricate designs and inlaid stones that will not easily tug at their clients' hair. Both future grooms and brides should be aware of metals that are more susceptible to scratches (platinum, palladium, titanium) and those that are more scratch-resistant (white gold, yellow gold, tungsten). Weigh all of these considerations about your lifestyle and prospective rings and then try to find the best match that you will love! If you are in the market for engagement rings and wedding bands, then congratulations! You've already gotten past the most important decision--to make it official. Remember these considerations when deciding on a ring, but also keep in mind the reasons why you are even seeking after this particular piece of jewelry: it symbolizes the everlasting vows you will soon be making and the new and exciting life that you are embarking upon together.


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If you're looking for the freshest and hippest wedding, you might want to draw inspiration from the turn-of-the century and we're not talking about Y2K. It may seem a bit ironic that one of the latest trends in wedding themes actually dates back to the period from 1890-1910. These are the same years when the Wright brothers took to the friendly skies in the first powered airplane, when Susan B. Anthony led the way for a woman's right to vote, and when Utah was admitted as the 45th state in the country. These two decades were also known as the birthplace for an international style of art and architecture called Art Nouveau, wruch is French for "new art." And this idea of "new art" has been made new again as inspiration for the weddings of today.

To understand the style of Art Nouveau, you must look to mother earth as much of the architecture, jewelry, and fashion were inspired by nature. Buildings were constructed in asymmetrical shapes with arches and decorative surfaces covered with curved, plant-like designs. First, consider your wedding venue. Try selecting a location that will provide that ethereal and light feeling. Outdoor spaces might provide the best marriage of nature and function for your own marriage.

During the turn of the 20th century, skirts belled out and flowed like blossoming flowers. For your wedding gown, pick the mermaid style, one that gently flares out around your knee like the shape of a calla Lily. As for the bodice, try to find something embroidered with soft and subtle buds.

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Also popular were ornate jeweled headdresses and headbands that came down over the forehead and resembled soft vines circling the crown. You can choose a flowing veil with soft lines or forego the veil altogether and select a jeweled headpiece covered in curved Aoral shapes to provide that enchanted feeling. For other accessories and jewelry, you might need to take a field trip to an area Indian reservation. In the early 1900s, gemstones Like turquoise, opal and other semi precious stones found in the earth's crust created the focal point for pendants, earrings and bracelets. Gemstones will also allow you to create a subtle pop of color for your wedcling day look.

Glass was a popular <utistic medium during the Art Nouveau period. Many artists found tremendous expression tlrrough their use of stained glass. To translate this artistic style to your modern day wedding, you might want to consider trying a stained glass effect on your cake. Just a warning though, with such elegant artistry sculpted in fondant and painted in food coloring, it might be too pretty to eat. Art was often two dimensional in the Att Nouveau movement.

Advertisements, posters, labels, and magazines were painted, drawn, and even printed. Your invitations are a great starting point for incorporating this style. Simply do a web search on Art Nouveau fonts and you will begin to understand the sweeping lines and feminine features of the letters. You may even go as far as having an artist render a painting of you and your fiance that resembles tl1e advertisements from this era. The artwork could then be clisplayed at your reception or featured in your wedcling invitation. The most important thing to remember in creating an Art Nouveau inspired wedding is harmony. A pleasing and coorclinated arrangement of all your wedcling details will allow your guests to journey back to a simpler time where nature and life came together to create a peaceful, serene and beautiful atmosphere.


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By Dennis Leavitt / Newlyweds love and appreciate wedding gifts! It's exciting to open beau if'ul packages, even those filled with items you chose in advance. Today's brides have many gift registry options, and creating yours should be a fun priority. Decide what you need (and want). Your "wish list" will help transform your house into a real home. D on't stress about the experience. Your guests will actually like the help. T hey like knowing you really want their gift, because you picked it out. A gift registry also helps them get to know your "style" and personality.

Here are four simple Bridal R egistry tips: Know Yours elves Work together. Remember the gifts are for both of you. Many brides like picking out the basics for the home, while grooms often prefer electronics, outdoor gear or even power tools. Working together builds your relationship and helps you appreciate each other's interests. Consider your situation. Make a list of items you already own, and talk about what you are missing. List your priorities. Talk about your living space, future plans, and your interests. Fill your registry with items you will really use.

Know Your Guests Select gifts in many price categories. This helps your guests purchase gifts they can really afford. Register for plenty of gifts, so your guests have many choices. Visit and update your registry often. When a guest buys a gift for you, your registry should automatically update, allowing other guests to sec what's been purchased (while giving you a sneak peak!).

Know Your Options Pick more than one retailer. It gives guests more options. Choose retailers by checking the quality of their brands, their prices, shipping and exchange policies. Look for stores that are located in close p roximity. Make sure they arc organized and track your account. Some small, local retailers often give more personalized service and even offer "deals" for registry couples. Get creative with your wish list. A travel agency can set up a honeymoon registry, or a mortgage company can establish a "first home" account that friends and family can add to. You could even register with a charitable organization.

Know Your Etiquette Remember to be polite. Send personalized thank you notes within two weeks, so your guests know their gifts arrived and are appreciated. Remember to mention the gift (or what you will purchase) specifically. Be courteous with the retailer. Properly fill out all gift registry forms and review the master list. Double check your mailing address. Give compliments about the store and its merchandise and even send them a thank you note. Begin creating your bridal registry soon after being engaged. Your friends and relatives will be anxious to pick out "just the right gift." Enjoy the experience. May all your "wedding gift wishes" come true!

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Today in the world of modern electronics, computers, tablets and smart phones, programs are being created left and right to help us do pretty much everything. From finding a local dress shop, viewing catering menus, building guest lists, even receiving up to the minute weather reports. These programs or applications, better known as "apps" are readily available and in most cases quite affordable or even sometimes free. The problem isn't finding wedding related apps, they are a dime a dozen, it's finding apps that arc designed well and that can be extremely helpful throughout the wedding planning process. We decided to put several of the most popular wedding apps to the test and sec how they measure up.

Name: Brides Wedding Gemtts App Type: Planning/Inspirational Device Requirements: Iphone, Ipod Touch, Ipad Price: FREE Description: This complimentary \ Vedding App is a one-of-a-kind planning tool for B1;des-to-be. Designed with the busy bride in mind, it can help in organizing your guest list, creating inspiration boards, managing your wedding budget, tracking vendors and so much more. Also available as an upgrade is the BRIDES Digital Vkdding Binder which will let you plan like a pro at home or on the go. R eview: This app is well thought out and easy to use. It has a

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clean layout and the simplicity of the planner would be extremely helpful to a bride that is overly busy! The integrated email option is wonderful especially when you have multiple companies and people helping with your event and when you need to be able to keep in touch with them on the Ay. Unfortunately, the program has a few bugs that they are still working out and has a tendency to turn off suddenly. It retains the information but can be quite frustrating when you are updating notes or info on your wedding, but with a FREE price-tag it's hard to be too upset!

Name: How to Tie a Tie App Type: Instructional Devices available on: !phone, Ipod Touch and Android Phones Price: FREE Description: How to tie a tie gives simple, easy to follow, step-by-step illustrated instructions for the most popular tic knots. This app gives beautiful illustrated instructions on twelve of the most popular tie knots including: Diagonal, \1\findsor, Half-Windsor, Four-in-Hand also known as the "simple knot" and several more. Rev iew: Whether it's your first time tying a tie or your 5001h, this FREE app can give even a seasoned tie wearer something new to learn. This quirky app was not only educational but also enlightening, giving

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iWedding Deluxe is a fabulous mganizer and wedding planner app. It will help you organize all the vital information keeping it right at your fingertips. Each category is well thought out and fully customizablc. Create to-do lists, budgets, guest list, inspiration boards and much much more.

Review: This planning app has several features that are well worth the minimal cost to download it. T he guest list organizer is easy to use and update. Add multiple guests at one time from your contacts, track RSVP 's, manage plus-ones, meal choices and if necessary use the simple one motion Hswipe-to-delete." The social networking integration is genius and a favorite among brides that just can't wait to share all the lovely details of their wedding. In my opinion, it is one of the most comprehensive, easy-to-usc wedding applications on the market, and I can quickly sec this becoming the only wedding planning application you will ever need!

Name: Wedding Scan App Type: R egistry D evice Requirements: iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Price: $2.99

Description: T#dding Scan is an intuitive wedding registry application that allows you to register for MTY item, at ANY store, at ANY time simply by scanning a product's barcode with the Wedding Scan iPhone app. If a product doesn't have a barcode, T#dding Sum allows you to take a picture of it and add a brief description.

Review : T his definitely had to be one of the most exciting apps to review. T he Hexibility to add any item from any store is wonderful, and gives guests a broader range of prices, items and stores to choose from. H ow docs it work? You simply find the barcode of UPC on the item you would like to add and scan it with d1c built in reader; then presto! It's added to your registry and available for your guests to purchase. It's simple- just scan, save, send, and that's it! No cumbersome registry guns or confusing lists just the fun of finding and scanning the things that will help dress your newlywed nest.

Name: Organizer App Type~ O rganizer/Journal Devices available on: !phone, !pod Touch, Ipad Price: $7.99- $9.99

Description: T he Aestlwlcgy Organizer is an application that is similar to a traditional organizer but has several added benefits that can greatly increase your overall productivity. Not only can you schedule appointments, add contacts and create to-do lists but you can also enter text, create diagrams, insert pictures and record and play voice memos. It is the petfect tool to help keep an eye on your overall planning progress.

Review: This app is easy to use and incredibly flexible. I t syncs with both the Apple and Google calendars, allows you to add maps, insert tweets and emoricons and I loved the fact that the Organi<.er App was designed to act like a sheet of paper. It allows the software to adapt to the individual needs and preferences of its user. Meaning, anything that you can write down or plan-out on a sheet of paper you can input and have quick access to in the Organizer App. It's not a wedding specific app but is an overall quality organizer.

Purchasing or downloading a wedding app will really come down to personal preference. What works for one bride may not work for another, but hopefully our review of a few of the most popular will help get you started in the right direction. Find one that meets your needs and works for you and your event, download it and let it help make the planning process easy and enjoyable! Surf Today .So?dhernuiahbr:deMOj.CoA?


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Brides today arc using big and bold color to make their weddings pop. The days of choosing one accent color for a wedding of white are long gone. Now that color is taking more of a leading role, it's important to not only pick the right tones and shades but also to know where and how to use the color. The first thing to consider when choosing your colors is location. If your wedding is inside a reception hall with burgundy walls and forest green carpet co,路ered in white fleur-de-Lis designs, your dusty plum and peacock combination will definitely clash. If it's an outdoor wedding with Dixie's beautiful red rock as the backdrop, consider using a cobalt blue. Colors opposite from one another on the color wheel like blue and orange, and purple yellow, make each other seem more u路路~~~41'll not Looking to be quite so bold, try IJ''-路AJ,.O.Il~ hues that Lie next to each other While the bolder colors add evoke a more romantic atmo phere. Next, consider the season of your Colors for fall and winter we:ddlm,r.; darker while spring and

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If you haven't spotted it yet, the "pie table" trend is popping up just about everywhere, from rustic to seaside themed celebrations. Not everyone likes cake. It's understandable, and not necessarily a bad thing, unless it's your wedding day and that's all you're serving for dessert. Of course, you want to keep it simple especially since so much thought and planning has already gone into making the rest of your reception perfect. So, what do you put out for your guests to give them a little variety? Pie! It's easy, looks inviting on a table next to just about anything, and most importantly, it's delicious. There's a reason we save room on Thanksgiving, and this is it! Whether your guest is a chocolate mousse, apple cinnamon or even banana cream person, it doesn't matter. Have you thought of mini pies? These scrumptious delights are bite size and the more variety the better. Weddings

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are celebrations with the people most dear to us, intimate and special, so what better addition to the menu, than grandmas pies, we've all grown up eating? A few helpful tips if you're deciding which flavors to order for your big day: think about the season your wedding will take place in. Dutch apple crumb, pumpkin spice, or caramel pecan are great in the fall and winter. Orange glazed apricot or strawberry rhubarb work well in the spring or summer. Be openminded when it comes to flavors. You may think a warm peach pie stands on it's own, but that same pie with raspberries dispersed and cooked inside can bring

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it to another level. Fillings such as lemon can compliment fruits like blueberries, and create sensational balances of tart and sweet. Since everyone seems to have a favorite, ordering a variety of flavors will ensure happy guests. Ask yourself, how many fruit, cream, nut, or chocolate will be served, and then work towards balance. Drop the fondue brochure--that option leaves you with chocolate everywhere and a roomful of dirty guests--and think about a pie table. It's easy to box up for a honeymoon hotel treat and the perfect showcase for your sweet station.


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Tyler asked me to marry him on March 11, 2011 while dancing to Ray Charles in his living room. With zero expectations we entered Southern Utah Bride Magazine's giveaway contes~ and much to our surprise, won! ffi were ecstatic about tlze idea of a destination wedding in St. George, and could not waitfor our special day in June. I wake up at 4:00 AM, which means it's still dark outside and my rooster of an alarm is nowhere near making its daily squawk. What made me think I would need to set that again? I realize that my stomach is in knots, and there's not even a chance of going back to sleep. My thoughts wander to Tyler and whether or not he's also experiencing this newly acquired insomnia. I send him a text, and decide I might as well get up and start getting things ready for the day. Our wedding day. Except. ..

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there's really nothing for me to do. The remarkable thing about wedding planners, is they not only do all of the planning, but the finalizing and arranging. T he bride and groom are left to do litde more than make sure their outfits are in order, and my outfit has been in order for some time. J essica May Bridal made sure of that. After I shower I realize even my make-up and hair aren't my job today, and so I resort to just sitting. I glance over the itinerary Forevermore Events provided me. It's strange how quickly this day came, but how slowly these minutes are passing. I'm not nervous, not scared of something going wrong. I'm only excited. When I get to the salon I'm greeted by J aclyn Lamoreaux, my hair and make-up designer. Because

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she's sweet, she doesn't even mention the bags under my eyes or the fact that I'm totally antsy today. She just smiles as she takes out brushes and mascara and lipsticks of every color. I feel like a total princess. When she's finished I look at myself for a long time in the mirror, feel a smile grow on my face, and think seriously about giving her a hug. O kay, no. That would be weird, but somehow a mere "thank you" doesn't seem enough. It's exacdy what I've always dreamed of, and accomplished even with Tyler calling my phone every thirty minutes or so to talk.

As I drive to the ceremony I stare admiringly at the breathtaking bouquet Bloomers has arranged for me and smile at the thought that it's here. I'll see Tyler soon, for the first time today. I get out of the car


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So many of the elements where very personal to me. The door that served as a backdrop for our ceremony came from my grandparents house. I love to read so we incorporated books throughout the decor.

How did you com,e up with the budgetfor your wedding, and did you stick to it ? My parents were helping pay for the wedding so they pretty much set the budget. We ended up going a bit over, but it was well worth it.

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What was a "must have"for your big day? Good friends and a great photographer to help capture all of the memories. We could not have been happier with either!

Any advice you could pass on to future brides? Plan as much as you can in advance. Do as much as you can in the weeks before. On the wedding day don't stress about the small stuff, it will all turn out fine and you won't even remember the little things.

Share a wedding budget splurge that made a difference? Definitely the food! Every little morsel was so amazing and I know all of our guests had a great meal they could really enjoy. My mouth still waters thinking about the cornucopia of delights from Marvellous Catering.

Where did you go for your honeymoon? We went to Lake Powell, one of our favorite beaches. The emerald green water and contrasting red rocks make for one of the most awe inspiring and romantic vistas.

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How did you come up with the budgetfor your wedding, and did you stick to it? There wasn't really a concrete budget, but we did make sure the majority of our budget was spent on the elements that were most important to us as a couple. Was there any personal element you incorporated into the wedding ceremony/reception? Yes, I am the owner and designer behind Kortney Eggertz Design, so obviously the invitations and all the print details were a big part of our wedding. Didyou have any uDIY" elements at your reception? My dad made me a lemonade stand out of an old door. Instead of having all of our pictures in frames we put

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Lessotts itt Love How did he propose? DJ wanted to surprise me so he got my parents and my grandma in on the plan. I was with my family in Las Vegas and we were about to head home when we got a call from grandma. She said her car had broke down at the temple and we had to go pick her up and take her home. At the time, this didn't seem out of the ordinary to me so I didn't think twice about it. When we arrived at the temple my mom said my grandma was getting her things together and would be out in a few minutes. She suggested we take a walk around the temple while we wait. Once we were almost all the way around the temple I could see DJ waiting on a bench with a rose in his hand. I should have seen this coming but I was completely surprised. He got down on one knee and the rest is history!

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