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Limited edition Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS (Vol 3 Iss 1) print run with a masthead reflecting the sun. 

+Caribbean Belle Weddings  +Caribbean Belle Magazine  and +PLAY Caribbean Sports  published by +Safari Publications Company Limited 

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#CaribbeanBelleWEDDINGS  scores with #MarthaStewart

#CBW is published by #SafariPublications .

By Janelle De Souza - as published in the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday - Sunday 29th June, 2014.

With a background in both literature and printing, the next logical step for Aliyyah Eniath was publishing. The result? Caribbean BELLE and its offshoot, Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS, two of the most successful regional magazines to come out of Trinidad and Tobago.

The magazines, as well as the woman in charge of them, speak volumes for quality and style as seen by the recognition of the Caribbean Advertising Federation (CAF). Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS won Gold for Best Overall Magazine Design at the CAF ADDY Awards 2014, while, Caribbean BELLE, won silver.

Regional organisations have not been the only ones to recognise the publications’ excellence.

Belle WEDDINGS recently signed off an agreement with The New York Times to carry Martha Stewart content, exclusively - Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS is now the only publication from Trinidad and Tobago authorised to carry “Good Things From Martha Stewart.”

Eniath said the New York Times was searching for a Caribbean magazine to carry Martha Stewart content. Stewart is well known for her exquisite décor ideas, crafts, and gardening expertise, as well as her gourmet menus.

“Based on our publications’ quality and vision, the New York Times approached us as it believed Belle was the best vehicle in the region to carry Martha Stewart content. It just fit perfectly with the brand. I had always read and enjoyed her columns, and was happy and pleased for the opportunity,” said Eniath.

“With such an international figure associated with the magazine, it would be even more attractive to both readers and advertisers. The Martha Stewart acquisition reflects the overall expansion and success of the Caribbean BELLE brand. Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS has indeed made history as the first regional glossy to sign such an exclusive deal with a global figure,” she continued.

With such high praise, it’s hard to believe Caribbean BELLE was launched only eight years ago.

“I always loved magazines. Nine years ago there weren’t many many high quality publications so I decided to tap into a niche market. I wasn’t aware of the number of local magazines that came and went so I started it with faith,” Eniath said.

Eniath comes from a printing background, which gave her an insight into the industry. In addition, she studied Literature at The University of the West Indies. She said her decision to combine her strengths and the move into publishing seemed “organic.”

Initially, Safari Publications launched Caribbean BELLE that focused on the region’s fashion industry, covering fashion shows and featuring Caribbean designers. It also promoted other creative people from countries such as Barbados, Jamaica and, of course, Trinidad and Tobago, such as chefs and entertainers.

One issue per year was dedicated to weddings. However, the wedding issue was so popular, that the company decided to create a dedicated biannual wedding magazine to appeal to the market.

And so, Caribbean Belle WEDDINGS was born. Coming into being in 2012, the magazine quickly cornered the market. It targets couples planning a wedding in the Caribbean by highlighting fabulous weddings and breaking them down by décor, venue, flowers, cakes and menus.

“The point is to be helpful to brides. It’s basically a wedding planner for a gorgeous wedding on any budget,” said Eniath.

She was proud to note that top photographers from across the region were handpicked to showcase the beautiful weddings on which they work, which also allows for the various vendors to be highlighted.

The work of award-winning Canadian Wedding Photographer Dmitri Markine has also been featured in the magazine as he shot photographs of a newly married couple at locations across the country.

“There are so many wonderful photographers in the Caribbean producing spectacular work that it’s difficult to choose at times,” said Eniath. “They really are our partners in creating the wonderful imagery that is reproduced in print.”

The magazine’s latest issue features as “Ask Martha” column, as well as local designer Charu Lochan Dass, who designed her first wedding dress exclusively for the cover of Volum 3, Issue 1 of Belle WEDDINGS.

In addition, the issue features as exclusive interview with Miss Trinidad and Tobago Universe 2004, Danielle Jones, who talks about her wedding which would also be featured on the hit TLC series “Say Yes to the Dress” this September.

#CaribbeanBELLE #Magazine #Trinidad #Tobago #Caribbean #Barbados #Jamaica  #DmitriMarkinePhotography #DanielleJones  

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From our sister magazine +Caribbean Belle Weddings 
BELLE WEDDINGS CBW app now available for FREE at the Apple Store. Go to the Apple store and download NOW while opportunity lasts! All the information you need to plan your wedding, at your fingertips.

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"Football was once the nation’s first love, and almost every citizen was part of the sport, either as a spectator, a player, a mother or father, a referee, or a journalist. Sport fans from various counties would travel throughout the island to watch players represent their individual clubs. The division by county was used to develop a club structure, which worked magnificently." - ALVIN CORNEAL

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PLAY Caribbean Sports Magazine Launched – Trinidad Newsday Article

PLAY Caribbean Sports magazine published by Safari Publications, was officially launched at the President’s Box of the Queen’s Park Oval on Saturday 8th March.

Feature speakers included retired national football coach, Mr. Alvin Corneal, former sports minister and present manager of the T&T National Cricket team, Mr. Manohar Ramsaran, and editor-in-chief of PLAY, Mr. Naim Khan.

In attendance were T&T cricketers Daren Ganga, Rayad Emrit and Imran Khan.

The magazine captures the region’s sporting heroes and history, and provides a deeper and more sincere understanding of all sports played regionally. The first edition, comprising 48 glossy pages, features Dwayne Smith on the cover and a centerfold poster of Dwayne Bravo.

Editorial sections include ‘legends’, ‘personalities’, ‘champions’, ‘women in sport’ and ‘health and fitness’.

PLAY also features exhilarating action shots from top sport photographers. PLAY’s contributors include sport analyst Joseph “Reds” Perreria, sport researcher Nasser Khan, ESPN writer Renaldo Matadeen, and sport editor, Sheldon Waithe.

Safari Publications opened in 2005 and has a unique history with sport publishing in the region. The company was granted exclusive rights to publish The Official Guide to the FIFA World Cup 2006/2010 and The Official Guide to the ICC World Cup 2011.

The company will publish the PREVIEW Magazine to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Brazil and The Official Tournament Guide to 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, which will be available in bookstores and pharmacies along with PLAY magazine.

For more information about Safari Publications Co. Ltd. and PLAY Caribbean Sports magazine, call (868) 663 5104, or visit: or

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