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Munaluchi Bride Magazine has officially release its debut digital Winter 2012 Issue today! The debut issue provides elegant photo shoots, real wedding stories, tips for brides, bridal fashion & accessories, honeymoon spots, and much more. Munaluchi will publish the digital issues quarterly that will supplement its bi-annual print editions. The next print issue of Munaluchi will be available this July. The digital issue (available exclusively on issuu) will be provided on your iPADs, iphone, and android devices! (Isn’t the cover beautiful?)
We are truly excited about this next stage and delighted to release the cover of our debut digital issue, the Winter 2012 edition, featuring THE most gorgeous bouquet by the one and only Janie Medley of The Brides Cafe and photographed by Amelia Johnson. In this issue, which is all about planning, you’ll find expert planning tips, the prettiest real weddings, the latest in bridal fashion, and the sweetest editorial shoot put together by Janie Medley (@TheBridesCafe) along with Dana FitzGerald (@danamfitzgerald), Moya Minns (@moyaminns), and photographed beautifully by Amelia Johnson (@ameliagjohnson). Our debut Winter 2012 digital edition will be available on February 21st. In the meantime, we would love for you to subscribe to our digital newsstand to get an instant update once it goes live.
Be sure to visit munaluchibridal.com to check out Munaluchi’s FREE debut digital issue. CulturalToast.com congratulates the entire staff at Munaluchi especially the ever stylish editor in chief Jacqueline Nwobu and creative director Eronmwon Balogun!
image credit – Munaluchi
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Arise Magazine presented its high-anticipated Spring 2012 runway show with top-notch African fashion designers at Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week. CulturalToast.com captured two candid snapshot of Munaluchi Bridal Magazine’s editor-in-chief Jacqueline Nwobu and Creative Director Eronmwon Balogun with public relations guru Ono Bello and Nigerian-fashion designer Lanre Da Silva Ajayi.
Jackie and Eronmwon with Ono Bello
Jackie and Eronmwon with Lanre Da Silva Ajayi
photo by CulturalToast.com.
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