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‘ Brides Of Sri Lanka’ turns 10 !


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‘Brides Of Sri Lanka’ magazine hosted a brilliant bash to mark its 10th anniversary at the Galle Face Hotel’s Grand Ballroom last week. Titled ‘10 Years calls for a Celebration!’ the dazzling event celebrated the magazine’s decade-long journey in grand style. Headed by wonder woman Managing Director Nelum Haththella, ‘Brides Of Sri Lanka’ is the celebrated crown of wedding magazines in the country. The magazine has soared to unprecedented heights through numerous social media sites, its interactive website, and the newly-created iOS App on iPads 7 and iPhones. It is the only Sri Lankan magazines to have six agents worldwide based in London, Washington D.C., Melbourne, Sydney, Paris and Maldives. Currently, it is onboard the Sri Lankan Airlines Inflight Library (BC Cabin and Lounge and Inflight Entertainment System) bearing the exclusive title of being the only wedding magazine to be onboard an airline, reaching millions of passengers across the globe – Pix by Samantha Perera

 


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