Bridal magazine puts Bermuda on the map
Bermuda featured as a wedding destination in a major multicultural bridal magazine.
Several Bermuda businesses were showcased in the Munaluchi Bridal Magazine shoot at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club organised by destination wedding planner Oniki Hardtman, the owner of Oniki Occasions and wife of Bermudian entrepreneur Jamel Hardtman.
Ms Hardtman flagged the island up as an ideal location after the magazine’s Coterie Retreat was hosted here last year.
The quarterly magazine’s Instagram account has attracted 12.2 million individuals since 2019 and its Pinterest account receives about three million impressions each month.
Ms Hardtman said the design of the wedding shoot was jewellery by Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery that she received as a gift from her husband.
She said: “Alexandra Mosher’s pink sand jewellery was so inspiring as a bridal collection. I saw it as part of the decor of a high-end wedding so I built the design for the photoshoot around her jewellery.”
The bride at the centre of the shoot, which took place last December, is Bermudian model Sophia Manders who has been featured in the Bermuda Fashion Festival, RG Magazine and shoots in New York.
Flowers by Gimi and Blueprint Hair Studio were also featured.
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