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We start this entertaining episode of Bridal Scene with a touching
song titled When I Needed You Most.  Hear
Holli reminisce about what Robert brought her on their first date.  Find out how much weight and how many inches
Robert and Holli lost on Vow To Be Fit’s 9 day program.  They feel great after
trying this cleansing and fat burning system.

Robert Allen is speaking at The 4EVER Group’s annual conference in Jacksonville, Florida.  For the second year in a row EventDV magazine is awarding Robert as one of the 25 hottest and most influential videographers in the business.  Robert will podcast for The 4EVER Group and for the WPN.  Coming soon:  Special Edition Meet the Masters with Professional Event Videographers.  Looking for a videographer?  Check out The 4EVER Group’s website (see links below).

Wedding Podcast Network goes on location and brings you
exclusive coverage of Fortunoff’s bridal
event Girls Night Out in Manhattan.
WPN speaks with experts:  National Makeup
Artist Lindsay M. Ebbin of Elizabeth Arden’s Red Door Spas, Paul Johnson,
Fortunoff Flatware Sales Specialist and Darren Black, Fortunoff Fifth Avenue Store
Manager talks about wedding rings.

Behind every great bride is a great bridesmaid.  Want to know how to treat your bridesmaids,
the people who are nearest and dearest to you? Lindsay Mure, founder Ad Femme, gives great
advice on how to keep your attendants happy. 
We talk about time, money, attire, parties, gifts, feelings, friendship.  It is an honor to be witnessing and sharing
this special day of love.  Be nice.  Be gracious. 
Congratulations Lindsay on getting engaged! 

Finally, moms get their most important wedding-related
questions answered!  Here Come the Moms is a new show on Wedding
Podcast Network (www.weddingpodcastnetwork.com)
where co-hosts, wedding author Sharon Naylor & Holli
Ehrlich
provide the latest information for the mother of the bride
and mother of the groom.  Show topics include the new roles and rules
for parents, fashion trends, etiquette Do’s and Don’ts, and conflict resolution
tips.  Brides and moms will learn how to work harmoniously for the perfect
wedding experience.

We are excited for Sharon
to be part of the WPN team.  Sharon
is the author of more than 27 wedding planning books.  She is the wedding Q&A specialist at
NJWedding.com and a regular contributor to top bridal magazines, Shape, Health,
Self, Woman’s Day, Cosmopolitan and dozens of national magazines.  Sharon Naylor has been a
guest on ABC News, Lifetime, Inside Edition, Fox 5 Live, "In Style
Washington,", and she has given thousands of radio interviews and book signings
across the country and internationally.

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Here are the links we talked about in this episode:

Wedding Music Central website

Vow To Be Fit website 

The Dave and Matt Show website

The 4EVER Group website

Fortunoff Gift & Bridal Registry website   

Lindsay Mure/Ad Femme website  

Sharon Naylor‘s website 

Ladies Who Launch website

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Holli & Robert talk about shows that recently went
online and are available for your listening pleasure.  Planet Bride with design duo Henry &
Michelle Roth recorded Alterations and Your Alter Ego – The Scene Behind the
Seams Part 1.  This is the first of a
three part series.  Listen to behind the
scenes interviews with wedding gown designers on Bridal Scene #17 &
18.  Tune into Newlywedcast and hear helpful
advice, ideas and resources firsthand from the recently married. 

Coming Soon – Jessica Liebeskind, beauty and lifestyle
correspondent, will be hosting a new show Bridal Beauty Your Guide to
Gorgeous. 

Important – make sure your settings on iTunes allows you to
download all WPN episodes and not just the latest podcast.  Information is always available in our
archives via the search box or our extensive shownotes.  WPN’s mission is to share wedding planning content
that is always useful.

Robert loves old microphones and happened upon a store in
NYC called WAVES.  Proprietors Bruce and
Charlotte Mager buy and sell antique radios and phonographs.  We discover a great use for the old record
player.  Don’t miss this totally unique
idea.

Together Robert and Holli have committed to a nine day
program of Vow To Be Fit, a revolutionary cleansing system.  They are only on Day 4 and feel
terrific.  This is a healthy  and safe way for brides, moms, maids, grooms
and guests to lose unwanted pounds and inches. 
Check it out!

WeddingMusicCentral.com has a line of wedding music written, produced and recorded
by Grammy and Emmy winners especially for weddings. 
Music personalizes your wedding day.  Looking for a special song to dance with your
father?  "My Little Girl" may be the song
for you.

Special Report – Wedding Podcast Network covers the first
ever NYC Brides Against Breast Cancer (BABC) gown sale like no other.  Hundreds of brides attended hoping to find
the gown of their dreams while making wishes come true for terminal breast
cancer patients and their families.  It
took place in The Prince George Ballroom, a beautiful setting for any special
occasion.  Lindsay Mann and Julie
Sabatino coordinated a team dedicated to making this event a great
success.  And great it was!  BABC raised $85,000 that will enable the
foundation to fill 15 wishes.  Fran
Hansen, founder of the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation, starts off our
live coverage when she greets the brides minutes before they came in to
experience the sale.  Hear touching
stories from brides who donated their gowns along with brides in the dressing
room excited to find a beautiful dress for their special day.  Bee, founder of weddingbee.com, volunteered
and took time to chat with us.  This
event would not be possible without the hundreds of donations by gown
designers, bridal shops and former brides. 

Here are the links that we spoke about in the show:

WAVES antique radios and phonographs website

Vow To Be Fit website

Wedding Music Central website

Brides Against Breast Cancer website

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The votes are in, and it’s unanimous.  The designers want you in a  wedding dress
that reflects you and your sense of style. 
You should be thrilled because show after show, collection after
collection, runway after runway, were filled with one beautiful dress after
another. Beading, lace, empire and belted, feminine, sexy and chic.  Wedding Podcast Network unveils coverage of
Bridal Market in New York City
heard nowhere else.  You are invited to a
front row seat to hear the personal inspiration of the looks and styles for
Spring 2007.



We hope you enjoyed Bridal Scene #17, Bridal Market Spring 2007 NYC Coverage Part
1.  Part 2 is a special 90 minute
celebration of the hottest, most noted gown designers.  Join us as we go
backstage and speak with more than a dozen key players in the wedding
industry.  WPN
had a chance to chat with highly
accomplished wedding experts: Kathy Nenneker, Editor Los Angeles
Weddings
magazine, Sylvia Weinstock, wedding cake diva, Carley Roney, founder of
The Knot and Antonia van der Meer, Editor in Chief of Modern Bride
magazine.  Jessica Liebeskind, beauty correspondent,
talks with WPN about the hair and makeup seen on the runway.


The storytelling begins with Justina McCaffrey’s "Majestic" collection. Her dresses, created out of the finest silks, exude a
gracefulness and classic elegance.  All
of her designs carry a strong tie with Justina’s love of ballet. 

Reem Acra’s collection is about modernity and feminity
inspired by Josephine Bonaparte.  Acra is
known for her attention to detail, signature beaded embroideries and unique
fabric combinations. 

Monique Lhuillier Bride is high fashion.  Sighted: 
Hand tufting, re-embroidered lace, three quarter and long sleeves, full A-line
skirts and pleated boleros. Colors: 
Ivory, Pewter, Mushroom and Latte.  

Carmela Sutera introduced an elegant collection featuring
the finest European fabrics.  The linen
gowns with Venice lace were
particularly fresh.  Colored satin
sashes, pleated waistbands, long sleeves, colored ribbon accents
were a few of the details noticed on the runway. 

Anne Barge’s love and appreciation of classic, timeless
elegance is reflected in her latest bridal collection.  Ice blue silk satin, cotton pique,  Paris
brooches, hand beading, fine feathers, black silk flowers, black velvet band
and crystal cut sequins accented with Swarovski crystals were just some of the beautiful
adornments seen.

Mark Badgley & James Mischka, celebrity designers, are
masters of bead, lace and red carpet glamour. 
The Badgley Mischka signature style is simple, streamlined and
thoroughly elegant, luxurious detail.  Sexy, Retro Silhouettes.  Shoes
and handbags
also designed by Badgley Mischka.



Feminine glamour and modern styles by Amsale, Christos and
Kenneth Pool follow.  Scoop: Project
Runway’s Austin Scarlett caught the eye of judge Amsale Aberra and was offered
the head design  position at Kenneth
Poole, an Amsale division known for opulent, luxurious bridal and evening wear.

The PLATINUM for Priscilla of Boston Collection is for brides who prefer a more luxurious, dramatic gown.  Designs are created from elegant silk fabrics
with hand-embroidered beading, crystal and threadwork. 

Venezuelan-born Angel Sanchez creates bridal gowns that are
architectural and contemporary while still being feminine.  Sanchez represents the perspective of the
international Latin-American style.  His
mother was his first inspiration because of her taste and determination.

Pnina Tornai, leading designer in Israel,
houses her collection exclusively at Kleinfeld Bridal in NYC.  Her signature corset design is created to
have the perfect fit.  Her collection
varies from classic with clean lines and details to sophisticated hand
embroidered ballgowns.  The finale wowed
us:  Noir – black wedding gown.

Vera Wang celebrates the individuality and spirit of modern
young women.  Waists are loose and free,
or wrapped in sashes of tulle or linen, sequin, snakeskin and stones.  Element of style:  extravagant bows, ties and watteaus create a
sense of volume, movement and ornamentation. 
Her collection of dresses express freedom, elegance, and ease.

We hope you enjoyed walking down the runway with us. 



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Justina McCaffrey website and some images from the show click here
Reem Acra website
Monique Lhuillier website
Carmela Sutera website and images from the runway show.
Anne Barge website and photos from the show
Badgley Mischka website and the images from the runway
The Knot website
Amsale website, Kenneth Pool website and Christos website
Priscilla of Boston website and photos of the collection
Angel Sanchez website and photos from the showroom
Pnina Tornai website and images from the show
Kleinfeld Bridal website
Vera Wang website
Modern Bride magazine website
Sylvia Weinstock website
Los Angeles Weddings Magazine website

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This special episode of Bridal Scene takes us to Bridal Market in New 
York City.  This is where the top wedding gown designers come to
showcase and introduce their newest designs.  This is your chance to
hear the personal inspiration of the looks and styles for Spring 2007. 
From classic elegance to fashion forward creations, your dream wedding
dress awaits!

Join us as we attend and report live on nearly 20
runway shows with some of the hottest, most noted gown designers. 
First stop the Adele Wechsler Fashion Show.  We go backstage to speak
with Adele.  The Adele Wechsler name has often been linked to the ever
popular
Destination Wedding.

We continue our coverage at the Wedding
Channel Couture Show located in the Waldorf Astoria and feature Paula
Varsalona, Alfred Angelo and some fabulous shoes by Blue Tux Shoes.

One
of the most fun runway shows was the Michelle Roth and Henry Roth
show.  WPN Style Correspondent, Jessica Liebeskind, goes behind the
scenes to interview the head makeup artist, Lea Siegel, for Roth
Runway.  Hear from the one and only Henry Roth right after the show. 
"Brides want a gown that is cool just like her groom!  Down the aisle
or on the dance floor brides are always ready for their close up."

Then
it is back across the street to St.Bartholemew’s Church for the Watters
show.  We have access to go backstage to grab an interview with the
designer, Vatana Watters.  Congratulations on 20 years of modern and
imaginative design. 

The last stop of day one at Bridal Market
takes us to the private showroom suite of Romona Keveza for an intimate
showing of her Spring 2007 couture collection.  She offers timeless
bridal silhouettes in luxurious fabrics.  Romona is charming.  The
interview is informative and genuine.

Stay tuned as we unveil
more wedding gowns for the most important day of your life in Part 2
of Spring 2007 Bridal Market.  You’re invited to a front row seat.

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Visit the websites of our guests from this show.

Adele Wechsler website and view the photos
Paula Varsalona website
Alfred Angelo website
Blue Tux Shoes website
Henry Roth website Michelle Roth website view photos from the show
Watters website and photos from the Watters show
Romona Keveza website view photos of the collection     

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This Bridal Scene is a wonderful variety of entertaining guests, music and news in the world of weddings.

We
visited the New York International Gift Fair, and looked for new
products in the bridal market.  We speak with Robin Kramer, Director of
Sales, from Dogeared Jewels & Gifts.  Dogeared’s designer Marcia
Maizel-Clarke recognized the need for jewelry that speaks, and created
the original word jewelry and charms.  The products at this company
capture the magic of words, symbols, wishes and dreams. We think that
their necklaces would make a great gift for bridesmaids and the flower
girl.

You’ve got questions….Jessica has the answers.  Jessica
Liebeskind, make-up artist and lifestyle beauty expert, shares some
great ideas on putting together a Bridal Beauty emergency kit for your
guests.  She tells us what it is, where to put it and most important
terrific suggestions on what to put in it.  Jessica to the rescue.

Ready
to be entertained?  Wedding Podcast Network is proud to introduce
Planet Bride, an original WPN program, hosted by brother and sister
fashion team, Michelle Roth & Henry Roth.  Fantasy?  Fiasco? 
Reality?  Listen to a small clip of something like you’ve never heard
before.  You will be able to hear the premier episode later this week. 
It’s not to be missed!

Uncle Seth is a great band Robert met at
PodCamp in Boston, MA.  Uncle Seth  is a "mix of pop, rock, acoustic
folk, twisty grooves, tender ballads, and pretty melodies topped off by
rousing vocals".  Tara Thompson-Lead vocals & trumpet, Jeff
Jones-Guitar, Jay Moonah-Bass & Harmonica, Chris
Patheiger-Percussion& Drums.  The first song we play is called "A
Little Bit More".  As we close the show we play a song called "I Don’t
Need an Ipod", lyrics written by John Havens, podcasting expert at
About.com.  To see the music video click here.  It’s a lot of fun.

We
answer a listener email asking if you really need to spend two months
salary on an engagement ring. Jewelry designer, Amy L. Levine, gives
expert advice about how to best handle this and still be happy with
your decision.

To listen to Robert Allen on Martha Stewart Living Radio click here

Coming Soon:  the exclusive after report on
Brides Against Breast Cancer gown sale event including interviews with
the founder, Fran Hansen, coordinator of the event,  gown designers,
how many wishes were granted and more.


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Here are the links that we talked about in
the show:

Dogeared website
Jessica Liebeskind’s website
Henry Roth’s website style for your aisle tm
Michelle Roth’s website cool couture
tm

Uncle Seth’s website
Amy L. Levine’s website
John Havens website
Brides Against Breast Cancer upcoming events

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our short survey on how you are incorporating technology into your
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In this Bridal Scene we share a podsafe song called In My Heart by singer/songwriter Beatrice Ericsson.  Beatrice has been singing in all kinds of bands, choirs and
groups
and has worked as a demo and background singer.  She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

We
are happy to introduce you to a new contributor to our network, make-up
artist and lifestyle beauty expert, Jessica Liebeskind.  Jessica has
appeared on numerous television shows and has been featured in national
and international publications.  Her philosophy is simple:  Jessica
celebrates individualized beauty, helping women to look like themselves
while enhancing their best features.  Jessica shares her thoughts on
wedding day make-up and how to embrace your own self of style.

We
talk with Fran Hansen, founder of the Making Memories Breast Cancer
Foundation.  Fran worked in the bridal business for 27 years.  Their
mission is to provide an opportunity for breast cancer patients to have
a dream or wish fulfilled by providing a special time with their
families.  Brides Against Breast Cancer is their largest fundraiser. 
There are gown sale events nationwide.  The Wedding Podcast Network is
the only place on the internet you can hear Fran’s personal story.  She
truly is a woman who makes a difference.  Check out our website’s We
Support page to find out more about Brides Against Breast Cancer.

Do
you know the best way to pack and keep things fresh?  How about a quick
way to deal with stains on the wedding day?  We bring you firsthand
expert advice from Lindsey Wieber and Gwen Whiting, co-founders of the THE LAUNDRESS.  Valuing the importance of properly cared for clothing and home linens these entrepreneurs designed and developed The Laundress product collection to create a luxurious
experience for a necessary domestic chore. 
Their uniquely developed fragrances of Cedar, Baby, Lady and Classic are fabulous!

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Here are the links that we talked about in the show:
Beatrice Ericsson’s website
Jessica Liebeskind’s website 
Brides Against Breast Cancer website
The Laundress  website


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In this Bridal Scene we discuss our decision not to cover the baseball
wedding at Keyspan Park. We talk about the idea of sponsored weddings
and how wedding professionals feel about them. 

Two new shows
are available with separate feeds – Newlywedcast with Quint & Kim
and Meet the Masters (Wedding Masters in iTunes) with Rebecca
Grinnals. 

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Hosts, Robert & Holli, discuss solving family problems while planning a wedding and still have the wedding that you
want.  Through it all, don’t forget why you and your spouse are
marrying.  Your love for each other and desire to make a life long
commitment is the most important factor in the wedding plan.

We play a new piece of podsafe music called Tonight by Manons Dream.  Great first dance as husband and wife. 

Our
featured guest on the show is Lori Harris, Certified Astrologer.  Lori
takes us through the Zodiac and discusses traits of each sign,
especially with regard to love and relationships.  She shares with us
how some cultures really depend upon the reading of astrological charts
prior to marriage and in turn there is a much lower divorce rate. 
Lori’s services include chart analysis, tarot and numerology.   She is
available for individual and group readings. This would be great fun to
have at your bridal shower or wedding.

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Here are the links we talked about on the show.

Lori Harris – Astrology by Lori  973-758-9751
Red Carpet Events website
Manon’s Dream website
Dave Kerpen & Carrie’s baseball wedding  interesting persective


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The Bridal Scene podcast brings you everything new and noteworthy in the world of weddings.  Hosts Holli Ehrlich and Robert Allen .

In this show we visit the Fortunoff’s wedding event called “Girls Night Out”.  It took place in their Woodbridge, NJ location and was very well attended.  We got to speak with the Director of Wedding & Corporate Gift Services Tracey Paige and the Coordinator Rachel Weitzman. They tell you all about the registry experience .  We also spoke with some enthusiastic brides who were at the event.  They were happy and excited to share their engagement stories and wedding plans.  One bride discusses how Ebay can be a terrific resource for wedding favors and more.

We share a wonderful song “Your Love” by Lisa Dames.  Be warned, this one might get stuck in your head.

Brides Against Breast Cancer is the Making Memories Foundation’s number one fundraiser. Read More→

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The Bridal Scene podcast is everything hot and newsworthy in the world of weddings.   Hosted by Holli Ehrlich and Robert Allen.

In this show we get to hear some new music from Magical Butterfly Brooke.  She wrote “Your Little Girl” so that she would have a unique song to dance with her father at her wedding.  It is a very touching and beautiful song that would make a perfect choice for a bride to dance to with her father at the wedding.

We visited the National Stationery Show in New York City.  This is the show where all of the stationery buyers go to see the latest designs in invitations, scrapbooking and related products.  We speak to  Erica Goldstein from Paper Bride about some of the new and unique things she offers for weddings.  She shares some information on the wedding blogs she contributes to.  We met Karin Sloan from “Let-Me-Tell-You”.  She is the creator of scrapbook keepsake kits especially designed for weddings.  Read More→

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This Bridal Scene show takes us to The Wedding Salon at Gotham Hall in New York City.  This bridal event is one of the most exciting and unique shows in New York.  We get to speak with some of the top wedding professionals in the industry.  From event planners and style consultants to destination wedding experts and magazine editors.  This is a show packed with valuable wedding planning advice. 

 
Here are the links for the experts in the program:

Destination Bride with Lisa Light website
Moments Away Wedding Planning and Design website
Jessica Liebeskind Make-Up Artistry website
Anne Chertoff Consulting website
Jennifer Orsini Pampered Bride Weddings website
Brides Noir Magazine website
All-Clad Cookware website
Julie Sabatino The Stylish Bride website
Gruber Photographers website
MCP Manolis & Company Productions website
Hitch website


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Here are the blogs I mentioned in the podcast Weddingbee.com and the New York Observer Bridal Blog I hope you will check them out.

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