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Get Married Magazine launches Summer Feel-Good Issue

Atlanta : A bride-to-be's wedding planning experience is intrinsically filled with decisions (and stress!) galore.  Get Married magazine's Summer issue, on newsstands April 26, helps brides take care of themselves while they take care of all-things-wedding.  With a focus on wellbeing — beauty, body, mind and spirit — Get Married magazine helps brides be good to herself while staying healthy, calm, prepared and beautiful.

From dresses that flatter and make her feel confident and a registry that targets the couple's wellbeing to advice on two-in-one destination weddings (wedding plus honeymoon) to make her travel arrangements easier — Get Married magazine provides her with great tools, expert tips and gorgeous new products to make the wedding planning process more pleasurable.

"A wedding is as much about the big day as it is about enjoying the special moments along the way," said Karina Timmel, Editor-in-Chief, Get Married magazine. "Peace of mind is a novelty for brides, and this issue is all about making her experience fun and easy, ensuring she's feeling great all the way through to her honeymoon."

Get Married magazine's cover started with a love story. We fell for the cool shapes and trendy colors of Lenox's Chirp pattern, and happily-ever-after came with a casual-stunner gown paired with a too-cool-for-school orange bike. Our girl-next-door model bride embraces fun-loving spontaneity during her imagined (yet doable!) outdoor wedding. Check out the behind-the-scenes making of the cover:

Live Well: Smart registry 3.0 goods that organize, simplify and prettify your spaces. These good-for-you gizmos and gadgets start your wedded bliss on a healthy foot. Plus, renowned Chef and Cookbook Author Rozanne Gold provides a fabulously fresh and easy recipe.
Gown Guide: Dress the Part You Love: Got it? Flaunt it, with dresses and tone-up moves that flatter your favorite parts. From highlighting killer legs to shapely shoulders, brides will love these asset-improving gowns for brides and their bridesmaids, offering a breakdown by body type.

Hair authorities to the stars Christo of Christo Fifth Avenue and Dean Banowetz, a.k.a. "The Hollywood Hair Guy," explains the sexy up-do's and down-do's of some of the hottest celebrities: Tyra Banks, Amy Adams, Kate Bosworth, Kate Winslet and Scarlett Johansson. Plus, Cheryl Burke, professional dancer and two-time Dancing with the Stars champion offers advice on dance fitness in our fun workout story that covers Jennifer Lopez, Natalie Portman, Michelle Obama, Marisa Tomei and Ellen's favorite classes.

Brides search all-things-local on get married website where the site's newly revamped local vendor section enables brides to search hundreds of wedding vendors, link directly to their sites (blogs and social media, too!) and read "real bride" testimonials. With Get Married's 360-degree approach, we've expanded our local focus in Get Married magazine, premiering a new section called … Get Local! Get Married magazine brings fresh services from local wedding vendors and ideas on planning aspects, such as localizing your welcome bags.

Launching next week, Get Married magazine will be available as a full-color digital version.

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