The Cincinnati Wedding Story
Weddings have become less about tradition and more of a reflection of the couple who is tying the knot.
These days, anything goes. Gowns are hued, vows are personalized, and five-tiered cakes have been replaced with candy bars, cupcake tables, and ice cream trucks. And that, of course, only scratches the surface. In May, photographer Nikita Gross and planner Jen Pritchard held the first annual Love+Bash, a bridal show dedicated to alternative, indie, and green ideas and resources, at the Leapin Lizard in Covington. The response, a line out the door and a packed house, goes to show that brides are thinking outside of the box, and want a wedding celebration that represents their personal style and individuality.
More than ever, brides need ideas, inspiration, and resources. That is why Cincinnati Wedding is devoted to the wedding-day details—accessories, cakes, flowers, photography, and more—that will set your event apart. We share the stories of couples who’ve recently tied the knot, preview the latest gowns, offer beauty tips and expert advice, and even provide comprehensive list of local reception venues.
We have all of the resources for the modern Cincinnati bride, both in the pages of the magazine and on cincinnatiweddingmagazine.com. Whether you want to keep it closer to traditional or head off the beaten path, we can help you create a fabulous affair that is uniquely you, down to the last detail.
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Emmis entered the world of publishing in 1988, with the purchase of hometown Indianapolis Monthly, and over the following 12 years, the company grew to become the country's leading publisher of city and regional magazines.
Building on the expertise of the management team at Indianapolis Monthly, Emmis acquired Atlanta, Texas Monthly and Cincinnati, and in early 2000 entered into an agreement to purchase Los Angeles magazine. The company also owns Country Sampler, a leading crafts publication.
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