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SOCIAL SCENE: Here comes the Bridelife

The Bridelife team, (from left) Loralie Skeete, Carolann Gollop, Melissa Blackman, editor Julie Murphy, Tanya Franco and Sarita Pile. Among the guests were Zoe and Carsten Flindt of Patisserie & Bistro Flindt. (Pictures by Sharon Harding.) Melanie Weekes (centre), who appears on the cover of the first issue of Bridelife with Kimberly Bourne (left) and Janine Cope.

By Gercine Carter | Sun, October 21, 2012 - 12:00 AM

It was a fashionable affair, and love was definitely in the air at the September launch of the online Bridelife magazine, at the Roof Top at Limegrove Lifestyle Centre.

The venue was transformed into an idyllic setting for a wedding, and guests sampled cocktail fare made for that magical day in the life of the bride and groom.

Guests invited to the launch included cake designers, florists, photographers, fashion designers, make-up artists, all of whose input helped make the couple’s big day unforgettable.

Bridelife magazine promotes the Barbados wedding industry. Editor is Julie Murphy.

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