May 23, 2012
Martha Stewart Weddings is now Available for the iPad!
We, at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, are excited to announce that our magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, the magazine dedicated to helping brides plan and personalize everything from engagement to honeymoon with fresh ideas, inspiring photographs, and easy DIY tips, is now available for the iPad. Martha Stewart Weddings is a leading resource for brides today, and has been the bestselling bridal magazine on newsstands since 2006. Current print subscribers receive free access to the digital edition during their current subscription term. To download the free magazine App, go to the App Store on iPad or www.itunes.com/appstore. For more information about the digital subscription plans, click here.
1 The summer 2012 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings is DIY, or design-it-yourself, themed. This cover comes to life on the iPad with a really fun animation of these fringed favors.
2 Touch to zoom features make it easier to see every detail on a wedding dress, like in this fashion story about light-as-air dresses.
3 This fashion story was shot on the streets of New Orleans and was partially inspired by the short film, The Red Balloon, which is why you see so many festive props.
4 One thing we love about using the iPad is how it brings ideas to life. This Good Thing heart and arrow escort card display comes alive with one touch on the iPad, which means following our crafting instructions is a no-brainer.
5 This is the story of a Brooklyn couple who wed in a modern fête in Miami. Readers can recreate the look of some aspects of their wedding using our iPad crafts and clip art, and they can view extra photos of the couple’s wedding that didn’t run in the magazine.
6 This cool palette of blues looks fresh for wedding-day details. That toggle button in the lower lefthand corner takes you to the next page.
7 Touch the button to meet the expert floral designer who helped us create this farm fresh flower story. On the iPad you can also see a glossary of all of the flowers used to create this story.
8 This unexpected bridal shower (a scone-making class) has embedded captions: touch the plus sign to reveal them.
9 The Weddings team created videos exclusive to the iPad that show how to recreate the hairstyles in this beauty story.
10 To help readers recreate each hairstyle, there are pictures of each step of the process that you can tap for a closer look.