2020 is proving to be a turbulent year.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a halt on weddings as we know them, couples have been left with no choice but to postpone and the industry has been left shaken.
Pulling off a bride and groom styled shoot is stressful enough; I can’t imagine trying to organise the real deal with the unrealistic pressure that goes along with planning a wedding, only to have an unprecedented global health emergency wreak havoc.
In this midst of a crisis it can be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but the new edition of bride and groom is here to help.
From couples looking to wait until the world returns to normal to those who choose to wed during the pandemic but still want to celebrate when it’s all over, this magazine is jam-packed with advice.
And at a time like this it is even more important to support local.
That’s where bride and groom comes in.
This magazine showcases the local wedding industry and what’s possible when you take advantage of the talented suppliers right here in our backyard.
Within these pages you will also find 15 real weddings including our cover couple Jasmine Mullan and Ryan Davis.
Plus there’s loads of inspiration to be taken from our two styled shoots – whether you’re after a modern take on boho to a vibrant cityscape celebration.
You can buy a copy of the brand new edition on the bride and groom website, or at participating news agents: Benalla Newsagency; Cobram Newsagency; Echuca Authorised Newsagency; Katandra West General Store; Grills Newsagency, Kyabram; Merrigum Post Office and Store; Mooroopna Newsagency; Nathalia Newsagency; Numurkah Newsagency; Baker's Newsagency, Rochester; Seymour Newsagency; Goulburn Valley Newsagency, Shepparton; Lovell's Newsagency, Shepparton; Tatura Newsagency; Edgars Newsagency, Wangaratta; Yarrawonga Newsagency.