What’s Hot In Our Summer 2020 Digital Issue?

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We’re so excited to share with you are all new INTERACTIVE digital summer issue!

It might feel a little different to a hard-copy printed magazine, but it’s filled with the SAME gorgeous fashion, expert planning advice, and local suppliers you are all going to LOVE!

We’re in unprecedented times, as I write this counties Kildare, Laois and Offaly have been placed into local lockdown, it’s so sad to see! 2020 was set to be one of the biggest years for weddings, couples up and down the country are heartbroken.

But we hope that our summer issue brings a smile to our readers faces – we’ve got all your favourite features including beautiful real life weddings and plenty of fashion inspo at your fingertips. This year it looks like more intimate and unique ‘pop-up’ weddings are trending, but what else is new? We’ve got the best kept secrets in the industry inside!

Wedding Dress Trends We’re Obsessing Over

We talk you through every style, from the classic fairytale ballgown to the chic courthouse look. Brought to you by some of the world’s leading bridal designers!

What’s Hot For 2021? 

Without question, 2021’s trends are going to be influenced by Covid-19. With so many postponed weddings, couples will want to throw their own personality and flavour on their day. Check out our predictions for things to look out for.

Groomswear Essentials


When it comes to groomswear, every killer suit needs awesome accessories – we’ve got your covered from head to toe!

3 Show-stopping Real Life Weddings

We’ve got one couple who got wed in a fairytale castle, another is a gorgeous country estate. And of course there was Alison & Michael who shared their vows in Alison’s family garden.

PLUS: Two fantastic competitions from Cocoa Brown and The Lodge at Ashford Castle!

We hope you love this issue as much as we loved writing it for you! Don’t forget you can stay up to date with us 24/7 online and on social!

Happy Planning – Emma Dickson, Deputy Editor x


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