Letter from the Editor: November 2018



Sweet 16. That’s this issue of Forsyth Woman Engaged!It’s hard to believe that we began this magazine in 2011, and we’ve produced it twice a year ever since! We’ve gone through some significant formatting changes – from being a small, pocketbook sized magazine to a full-sized, bound publication. A few years ago, we changed our production months to coincide more with wedding and engagement season. And, every issue is our new favorite! But, with the 16thissue comes two big changes…

First, a name change! We’re simplifying our name to be FW Engaged. As they say, “to improve is to change,” and we are committed to getting better and better for each new season of brides.

Second, a new logo! To go with our new name, our talented artist has put a clean, modern feel on our brand, and we are excited to unveil it with this issue.

What won’t change, however, is our ongoing commitment to celebrate local weddings! We will continue to feature local couples, local vendors and local inspiration! Our community is full of creative ideas from one-of-a-kind venues to culinary delights to floral masterpieces. Forsyth County is home to great, high-quality wedding professionals who are masterful at creating a couple’s unique vision. We are thrilled to introduce them to you!

At the end of the day – we love what we do. And, because we love what we do, we hope that love is reflected in the pages of our magazines.

Every couple has a story, and with each new issue of FW Engaged, we are committed to sharing ideas and resources that will help enhance their story.

Thank you for reading FW Engaged, and thank you for letting us be a part of your planning process, as well as the memories you’ll make on your wedding day!

Happy planning!

Brooke Eagle

 

Windsor Jewelers is a premier locally owned resource for engagement rings and wedding bands! This extraordinary ring is from the Forevermark Black Label. It’s a pavé style solitaire that is both romantic and timeless in design.


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