St. Augustine, FL, October 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- This month, The Celebration Society
announced the release of their Fall 2015 issue of The Celebration Society: Weddings. This issue marks the 20th printed edition of the magazine, formally titled Occasions and features 192 pages of wedding planning
articles and ideas for brides in the Southeast.
“In an era where print media is often questioned for its relevancy, we keep growing and that’s because it works for both brides and our advertisers,” says editorial director Heather Vreeland.
The magazine, launched in 2008, is famous for being more than just pretty pictures. With a no-nonsense mission of helping brides understand just how weddings really work the editorial team works to alleviate questions by unveiling the true costs for services like wedding planning and wedding photography
while including expert interviews with seriously helpful questions. The transparent, tell-it-like-it is concept resonates with today’s educated and informed bride more than ever.
In the Fall Issue, brides-to-be will find over 627 wedding ideas
like wedding color combinations, new style trends, must-have products, an extensive wedding venue guide and have the chance to relive real weddings moments from recently “Just married” couples. Each product feature, style snapshot, and real wedding story outlines helpful tips and sources, while the wedding industry experts who created the looks share helpful advice on how to pull off the looks in real life.
Encompassing 68 pages in the magazine is The Celebration Society’s Wedding Venue Guide.
The only of it’s kind, the special advertising section profiles the very best event venues by eliminating the noise of company branding and highlighting images of the venue, important logistics like style, capacity, special feature, rental options and contact information in an attractive article-like page layout.
“The end result between an artfully designed magazine paired with editorial content that brides really need is a greater rate of conversion between the reader and the advertiser,” Vreeland explains.
The Fall issue is available in nearly every bookstore and grocery store across Georgia and Florida and online at www.occasionsmediagroup.com/shop.