It's always a thrill to see one of my couples showcased in a magazine or a blog. It's so much fun for them, plus it's a high compliment for me and for the rest of the vendor team that collaborated to create the wedding. Here are a few of the publications and blogs in which I've had weddings highlighted.



Don't just take my word for it! My former brides and grooms and their parents say it best, and I am thrilled that so many of them have taken the time to share their experience with Circle of Love Weddings.

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Reading List

Here's a different kind of press! Can't get enough ideas about weddings? Check out these magazines and books for helpful wedding planning information.


Martha Stewart Weddings magazine
Looking for "Good Things?" Look no further...this is the best wedding magazine out there for beautiful, creative ideas.


Joining Hands and Hearts
by Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb with Andrea Thompson
This book provides information on all different kinds of traditional and non-traditional wedding ceremonies, with a focus on interfaith ceremonies. There are lots of sample ceremonies and real-life couple?s stories, plus compassionate and realistic advice on how to deal with family differences and difficulties.


The Knot Guide to Wedding Vows and Traditions
by Carley Roney
A comprehensive guide to vows, readings, the ring exchange and other ceremony rituals, covering all major faiths and traditions. Plus, it also includes information on your program, music and dances, and toasts. My favorite part is the extensive selection of poems and excerpts for use as readings.


Wedding Goddess: A Divine Guide to Transforming Wedding Stress into Wedding Bliss
by Laurie Sue Brockway
Using the premise of the bride as a goddess, this book takes you through the planning process and the big day with affirmations and advice for remaining centered and calm.


Miss Manners on Weddings
by Judith Martin
I love Miss Manners! She is always "excruciatingly correct" and "painfully proper," but manages to be a fun read. The go-to source on etiquette for every aspect of life, not just weddings.

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