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Meet the Masters with Susan Schneider

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Susan Schneider has over ten years experience as executive editor of Bridal Guide, Modern Bride and Elegant Bride magazines. She decided to leave magazines to pursue writing and cover everything wedding, from fashion to flowers to food to stationery.  She especially enjoys writing true-life wedding stories.

In today’s episode Holli Ehrlich interviews Susan about her first novel, The Wedding Writer. The book draws on Susan’s expertise as a wedding writer and her day-to-day contribution to the business of bridal.  They discuss the wonderful characters and their dreams and dilemmas.  Susan pulls aside the gossamer veil and shows real women – married, single, divorced – and their real lives behind it all.  The novel puts a genuine and humorous spin on the crazy business of wedding magazine publishing.  Susan also talks about the high expectations everyone has of weddings and gives her best advice on what to focus on when planning your life celebration.

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Susan’s blog The Wedding Writer Speaks

Get Susan’s book here The Wedding Writer


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White by Vera Wang only at David’s Bridal

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Renowned wedding gown designer Vera Wang and Bob Huth, President & CEO David’s Bridal chat with Caroline Flagler, SVP Strategic Merchandising Initiatives David’s Bridal about their exclusive partnership and introduce White by Vera Wang bridal gowns and accessories. The debut collection is comprised of 12 styles priced between $600-$1,400.  White by Vera Wang evokes femininity, romance and sophistication using a palette of soft white, ivory, blush and champagne.

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Exquisitely detailed headpieces and dimensional sashes help to create a bride’s individual style.  Coming soon the collection will expand to offer bridesmaid dresses and shoes.  Vera Wang brings her creative vision and great design aesthetic to many more women that dream of wearing a Vera Wang wedding gown.  With more than 50 years of experience dressing women for life’s special occasions, David’s Bridal recognizes the importance of providing women everywhere with fashionable White by Vera Wang designs at an outstanding value.

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Vera Wang website

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Bridal Scene Year in Review 2010 with Holli & Robert

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

In this special Bridal Scene Holli & Robert talk about personalizing your special day via venue, food, favors, candy bar display, and more.  Wedding Podcast Network wants you to learn and be inspired by professionals that share meaningful advice and tips for the before, during and after your wedding day festivities.  You will want to give your guests a memorable experience that will be the talk of the party. Discover simple, fun ideas in this episode that will help you do it your way including websites for you and your friends to find stylish clothing and accessories for the wedding, engagement party, bridal shower, bachelorette party, rehearsal dinner and honeymoon.  Plus enjoy some valuable tips to have a happy marriage too.  Tune in to find out how to win a special bridal goodie bag giveaway.  Wishing our listeners, show hosts, featured guests, sponsors and engaged couples everywhere a very happy, healthy 2011.

Websites we talked about:

Martha Stewart Weddings Idea of the Day

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We enjoy seeing what Romona Keveza has in store for us each season.  Romona is an international design favorite, known for her creativity and innovation in Couture bridal wear.  Her enthusiasm and love for weddings always shines through in her designs.

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Legends by Romona Keveza exhibits timeless silhouettes that present a marriage of Parisian style with all-American spirit.  Inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s portrayal of Holly Golightly, Romona Keveza’s Couture collection features soft textures, architectural shapes and couture detailing.  Romona Keveza’s Legends and Couture collections are a highlight for us at every bridal market.


Robert Allen and Doug Gordon talk about Doug’s book The Engaged Groom.  Robert asks Doug what inspired him to write the book.  When Doug got engaged in August 2003 he wanted his blog to have a focus.  He was busy wedding planning so he wrote about it… engaged from the groom’s
point of view.

Robert asks Doug how he thinks chronicling the wedding experience helped the wedding planning process.  Doug wrote about every last detail and learned more about weddings than the average guy.  How did his wife Leora feel about this?

Robert and Doug discuss how to be an engaged groom.  Great ideas to get involved.  Be the producer, delivery guy, food tester…you like to eat, right? Make and keep track of the budget.   Build a personalized wedding website.  What is the number one thing you can do to help to guarantee your efforts will be appreciated?  Listen to find out.

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Hooray – it’s the right dress and it’s time to face reality in the mirror. Your wedding is two months away.  6 weeks.  2 weeks.  Design duo, Michelle and Henry Roth, have a lively, informational conversation about wedding gown alterations.  Learn the psychology of your seams and how to ensure the perfect fit.

Every wedding dress needs alterations.  The first fitting is undoubtedly nerve wracking.  Brides want to look slim and be comfortable.  Don’t get freaked out from numbers.  Fact:  wedding dresses run small.  Brides come in all shapes and sizes.  Have confidence in the place you have chosen your dress to ensure success down the aisle.

Henry and Michelle tell you the right questions to ask and help raise awareness.  Fall in love with the gown, how you look and the total experience.

This is the first of a three part show.  Check back soon to hear Part 2 with a real bride from the hallow grounds of the alterations room.

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Robert Allen speaks with Craig Michaels, a happily married man and the author of Thirty to Wife, a “What to Expect at Your Wedding” guide for every
prospective groom.  Craig is also the creator of an extensive website serving as a sounding board for grooms-to-be.  Craig advises grooms starting the process:  support your bride, really listen and step up every now and then and you will be appreciated for it.  Learn what to do and what NOT to do.

Hear how brides can get their groom involved through technology whether using the Internet for basic research for favors, booking travel, purchasing jewelry to creating your registry and building a wedding website.  The groom inevitably will get hooked.

Listen first hand how to best deal with the family – the inlaws and your family.  Be a good son.  Communicate.  Delegate.  Be patient.

Wedding costs are out of control.  Craig shares some great cost saving ideas without cheapening the affair.  Start early, go off the beaten path, adopt a less-is-more attitude.  Saving money will save you time and anxiety in the long run.

You’re not getting away without wearing a wedding ring.  Tunein and hear Craig’s Tiffany & Co. story.  Who doesn’t love a little blue box?

Click here to visit the website Craig created