Over 750 of you have already pre-ordered the latest issue of Rock n Roll Bride magazine, but that doesn’t stop me shouting from the rooftops that the Jan/ Feb edition is in shops today!
Fancy flicking through 165 beautifully designed pages packed with inspiration and ideas for your alternative wedding? Look no further!
As always, this issue features 11 fantastic real weddings, all of varying styles and budgets. We have a gorgeous retro beachy wedding, a punky Brisbane bash, a colourful Las Vegas elopement and one that took place in an abandoned furnace… And that’s just for starters! The weddings in this issue are definitely some of my favourites so far and you won’t have seen them anywhere online before. In fact, if you don’t find at least one amazing idea from this bunch I will eat my very large hat!
As always the issue also features two awesome DIY projects. We’ll be showing you three super easy ways that you can decorate a high street wedding cake and there’s a tutorial on the bridal accessory of the moment – a flower crown made of real blooms.
The ‘Dear Kat’ article is all about helping you overcome the post-wedding blues, and there’s another piece that will help you navigate the muddy waters of choosing your wedding party. Rebecca Hoe-Hale of the A Most Curious Wedding Fair has written all about how you can stay true to yourself when wedding planning, and body positive activist Harnaam Kaur has penned something all about learning loving that beautiful bod of yours. The pictures accompanying her article were shot exclusivity for the feature by Lisa Devlin and they are stinking stunning!
Finally, we’ve collaborated with Plan UK, the global children’s charity, on a school themed photo shoot to raise awareness the world’s biggest campaign for girls’ rights’ and to end child marriage. Flick to page 140 to find out how you can get involved by giving their wedding favours at your wedding.
You can pick up a copy in WhSmiths, Sainbury’s and some independent newsagents. If you have trouble locating one, or you’d simply prefer to order one online, you can still do that too. Remember copies always sell out very quickly online so if you’d like to get one, do not dilly dally! The magazine costs £4.99, we ship worldwide, and postage to UK addresses is still completely free.
If you prefer, you can also now subscribe* meaning you will never, ever miss an issue! All subscription payments are processed securely through PayPal on a rolling basis which means there’s no big upfront fee, £4.99 (plus shipping if you are outside the UK) will automatically come out of your account every other month.
So what are you waiting for? Start the year off right and grab your copy today!
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