Bliss for Brides Reviews
Newest Review: ... have recently bought this magazine and on reading I found that 1. you have to be a millonaire and 2.its a waste of money ... more
Customer Bliss for Brides Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/09/00, updated on 29/09/00
I have recently bought this magazine and on reading I found that 1. you have to be a millonaire and 2.its a waste of money because there is nothing but adverts!! I myself am getting married next year, and I have read lots of magazines, and find that most of them are the same, but this one in particular has lots of adverts. I also discovered that this magazine is very expensive by the time you have brought this every month, you could have paid for a wedding dress. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/00, updated on 19/07/00
yet another unrealistic bridal magazine, from those people who seem to think were all millionaires. It would be nice to open a magazine and find affordable wedding dresses, good suggestions for where to hold your wedding and possibly even a helpline. But no this magazine is crammed from cover to cover with highly overpriced gowns worn by models who have no shape to them whatsoever. The magazine is totally useless to a real bride and groom, but great if you want to look at pretty pictures and windowshop. how about also including a section for the groom might be a good idea and boost sales figures, assuming the prices of the suits were affordable. time ... Read the complete review
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