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PUBLISHED / New Hampshire Magazine BRIDE / Inn on Newfound Lake Barn Wedding / Bristol, NH

Inn on Newfound Lake wedding barn New Hampshire Wedding Magazine BRIDE fall lake long sleeve gown funYou may have already spied the current edition of New Hampshire Magazine BRIDE on the shelves of your favorite shop.  Turn to page 36 and you’ll see Johanna’s and Vladimir’s real, fall wedding at the gorgeous, inspiring The Inn at Newfound Lake. We are so excited that the editors decided to share.

Check out our original post of their spirited celebration, here.

To view the online version of New Hampahire Magazine BRIDE feature, click here.

Have you ever wondered exactly how a real wedding is picked for a publication? Interested in hearing more, then read on!  It all comes down to a little bit of practicality, plus a touch of magic.

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On the practical side, an editor has a limited number of slots to fill.  On the topic of weddings, it is likely that the content will be divided by season (spring, summer, autumn, winter), and then by region.  In the case of New Hamspire weddings, one may look at the White Mountains, Lake’s Region, Seacoast Area, and so on.  Finally, to separate likeness of content, the style of the weddings needs to show variety. A magazine may choose to do this by showcasing styles  (traditional, modern, bohemian, etc.).  Or, if the publication has a unified theme–featuring rustic weddings, for example– the distinguishing factor may come down to another visual aid, such as color scheme, or indoor venue vs. outdoor venue.  Essentially, no matter how soulful and gorgeous a wedding is, if there are twenty other celebrations with similar key factors…they simply can’t all be featured.

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So, how is a wedding chosen for the Real Weddings section, then?  Let’s just say, sometimes it’s simply a matter of timing.  Your wedding was the first to cross their desk that week, and the editor happened to love your smile!  You become that little bit of magic.

Credits: Venue: Inn on Newfound Lake / Wedding Planner: Melanie Voros at Blissful Beginnings Wedding & Event Design / Flowers: Lyndsey Loring Design / Cake: Larry deLangis at Inn on Newfound Lake / DJ: Billy Rears at Get Down Tonight / Hair : Lena Hartford at Hair That Moves / Jeweler: Ben Bridge Jeweler / Make Up: Danylle Hickok & Lena Hartford / Transportation: First Student