Fall 2019 Bridal Trends Article, Part 2

Hon, you know I love a theme!

In my “Fall 2019 Bridal Trends” article, published in the September issue of Elegant Lifestyles Magazine, I had fun with puns. Wedding themed, of course.

White Wedding–wedding dress silhouettes

Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve–sleeves

Take the Plunge–necklines

“Tier” of Joy–asymmetrical hemlines and trains

Icing On the Cake–capes and shrugs

The Right Suitor–men’s suits

Tie the Knot–ties and accessories

With This Ring, I Thee Wed–engagement and wedding rings

And Match Made in Heaven Wedding Decor

Fall 2019 Bridal Trends, Published in Elegant Lifestyles Magazine, Part 1

Yay! The September issue of New Jersey Hills Media Group’s Elegant Lifestyles Magazine is out. I wrote “Fall 2019 Bridal Trends.” Why bridal, you ask? Back in the day (before triplets-plus-one), in addition to working in the Bloomingdale’s Training Program as a buyer and manager, I wrote free-lance articles. One of my gigs? Attending bridal fashion shows in Manhattan and writing about them. So fun! Click here to access the New Jersey Hills Media Group website where a PDF of the magazine can be downloaded.

A little bit about the publisher.

Recorder Community Newspapers and New Jersey Hills Media Group are the hometown scribes, the keepers of history and the chronicle of shared experiences in more than 50 communities in northern central New Jersey.

Our 17 community newspapers and 15 online news sites circulate in New Jersey’s “wealth belt”: Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris and Essex counties. Our readers enjoy one of the highest household incomes in the state, and the nation!

Our total paid circulation is 50,954, with additional free circulation of 42,131.

Dedication: This post is dedicated to my mom who would have turned 78 tomorrow. She used to type up my “children’s books” when I was in elementary school and knew I loved to write. As an editor of The Baltimore Jewish Times, she was the first person to hire me to write, assigning me a variety of articles: first person, interviews, research. She was my first editor and a tough one at that. Think lots of red ink!

When I graduated college and moved to Manhattan, she hired me to cover events in Manhattan and write about them. From there, other magazines picked up my articles, and I was on my way. As I circled back to writing Kidlit, she was a reader and cheerleader. She’d say writing fiction was a whole other ball game. Regardless, she always listened and gave advice when it came to communicating with editors and agents.

Guess what Mom? I still need your advice…and a whole lot of cheerleading.