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Gorgeous new cover of the March issue. So much pretty! 
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We still love the flower crown!
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2015-01-21
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The the 8oth issues of BRIDE magazine. We are really proud of this milestone edition!
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2014-09-30
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Get ready for the biggest bridal event for the year! Bride magazine's Expo on Sat 28th and Sun 29 June at Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Southwharf Melbourne. If you haven't yet done so, there's still plenty of time to purchase your tickets. http://www.bride.com.au/wedding-expo
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Our gorgeous current cover! - June issue 2014
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Behind the scenes at our Melbourne Aquarium fashion shoot. See the rest in our current issue of Bride magazine.
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Aquamarine – The March Babies' Dream

If you are lucky enough to be born in March you’ve got the sea in your heart and aquamarine as your  birthstone. As the name implies, aquamarine literally means “sea water” and is associated with the lovely aqua color of the stunning Caribbean ocean. The Aquamarine gemstone has a slight greenish tint that appears to be mixed with a beautiful transparent blue, resulting in a stone as cool and clean as a dip in the ocean.

A Stone of Mystery and Lure
The aquamarine gemstone is tied to ancient lineage. In fact, the early Romans carved the stone into the shape of a frog to help turn enemies to friends. During Medieval times, the gemstone was believed to reawaken love. It was also trusted to protect sailors from harm and assist in throat ailments and be a stress reducer. Today aquamarine is often associated with faithfulness, courage and friendship.

A Sea of Colors
Aquamarine is mined in a number of places but is primarily found in Russia and Brazil - nowhere near the sea. This is ironic given that the aquamarine is a lovely blue green color, filled with hues and hints of color so well associated with stunning clear blue seas.
Aquamarine’s innate qualities are what make it such a wonderful gemstone for use in jewelry. It complements any skin tone or eye color and is quite resilient. And, as a stone associated with many healing powers, aquamarine is worn next to the skin where its properties can best be absorbed. That makes this stunning gemstone perfect for jewelry, especially as a necklace or ring.

Lucky March babies can claim it as their birthstone, but its undeniable beauty makes it a stunning addition to any jewelry box.

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Bride Magazine's very own editor, Sarah, is sharing the challenges of planning her wedding and offers tips and tricks on the Bride Blog: http://bit.ly/1k87UmP #bride #bali #destinationwedding #wedding  
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Want to #WIN an amazing four-night #honeymoon at the InterContinental Bali Resort in Jimbaran? Head to www.bride.com.au/win to enter. #bride #travel #competition #beach
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