Wedding Planner Magazine is 5ive on the stands!

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Buzzing in real quick, we want to say a Happy birthday to everyone over at the Wedding Planner magazine!!

Probably the best national bridal magazine available in Nigeria. The latest issue of ‘Wedding Planner’  hit the shelves in Lagos last month and it’s a big one! The magazine turned 5 recently and that is a long time in the print world I'm told (or any world I’m very inclined to believe!!). Loads of tips, advice and news on current trends and themes.

The magazine is a great resource tool for planning an event as it also includes comprehensive listings of many of the major wedding suppliers and services. It's always an interesting read and we do use it in our office a lot!The current edition is particularly good for ideas on dresses and portfolios of Nigeria based makeup artists.

Ahem,cough,cough! The recent issue is also particularly important to us because Just Weddings gets featured in a 2 -page interview! Some of the staff in the office did tease me about how brutally honest my interview answers were! I couldn’t help it though as I tend to tell it as it is. If anything, I would love to hear the same level of honesty from you- brides, bride’s mums, grooms. What do you really think when your wedding planner gives you that bill? I would love to know!

So back to ‘Wedding Planner’ magazine, we say hearty 'congratulations' and wish them more success in the years ahead! It’s a magazine we are proud to recommend and be featured in. If you are interested in subscribing or reading the magazine online, click here . Read the interview by clicking on the images below (click again to enlarge).


Chic Therapy 2 September 2010 at 12:17  

Well done Molara, i love the blog

Chic Therapy 2 September 2010 at 12:21  

lol!I Totally remember the days of blue and red plastic chairs.

Ibukun,  3 September 2010 at 05:35  

Wedding planners have been quite helpful to me and i join in saying congratulations and may God crown their efforts with success.

Granny Henrietta,  3 September 2010 at 05:42  

As for me oh,I honestly they are unnecessarily expensive..too pricy.Period!

Gladys,  3 September 2010 at 05:46  

I say amen granma...i even read a planner once said that planners are not for the common man. I wonder how they make money.

fifi,  4 September 2010 at 06:23  

Hey Molara, am sooo thrilled with ur blog, very informative. Really like the wedding dress.

uffy..,  6 July 2012 at 06:30  


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