I just discovered your magazine today. I purchased my first copy and I am in love. I am savoring each picture and the beautiful words that are in the pages of your magazine. Your magazine is so me right now.
– Hannah Shaw, Facebook fan
I Love this magazine and have every issue so far. They look incredibly beautiful on my book shelves. I've taken to do the writing bits on really pretty stationery and just sticking them into the magazines that way when my daughter is older she can see my answers but the magazine is still free for her to use if she wants.
– Vanessa Winn, Facebook fan
Oh dearest Bella Grace, this mag is pure joy and all I could think of is how my heart and soul would love to be a part of it! How does your hiring process work for writers and/or photographers. Please oh please do tell. Xo
– Jasmin Nelson, Facebook fan
This is how I've spent my summer thank you! Love this magazine! I'm going through a hard time in my life and this magazine has helped me realize a lot about what I'm dealing with and how I should be living my life.
– Korin Bradley, Facebook fan
I just picked up my summer copy and I'm in love by the end of the editors note! My favorite thing about this magazine is that I read it over and over, waiting impatiently for the next issue. The point being I wait. I have something to surprise and delight me in the future. I don't remember when we stopped waiting for things, but you are all worth it.
— Brittany Almonaci, Facebook fan
Another beautiful issue of Bella Grace! I don't know how it's possible that each issue is more beautiful than the last!
– Kim Collister, Facebook fan
I absolutely love Bella Grace! It honestly helped through one of the darkest places in my life. I discovered it randomly at Books-a-Million one day, and it immediately caught my attention with the cardstock-esque paper and the beautiful photography. But, I discovered even more beautiful prose, poetry, and women who weren't afraid of sharing their dark places either. I was halfway through my first year of marriage, living no where near family, and having a hard time making friends even though I was continually putting myself out there. My husband was working over 60 hours a week as a pastor at a local church, and I was utterly alone and desperate for someone to just connect with. Upon purchasing the winter edition of Bella Grace, it was clear that even never having personally met these writers and women who contributed to the magazine, I felt connected. I had something to just sit, breathe, and work through the hurt that was scarring my heart, which at this point felt war torn and beat down. Though it's been a long road medically, as I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety and insomnia a month later, and emotionally with learning the ropes of marriage, I can honestly say, Bella Grace helped me see hope and light even in the dark hours, sleepless nights. And as my husband and I just celebrated our one year (yay!), we are in a much better place now than I thought possible. We aren't perfect, and hopefully we never are, I've come to appreciate the hard times, and dark times. Because as I've been so beautifully reminded by Bella Grace, it is not the end no matter where you are or what you are going through. And now, I appreciate even the most normal of days, because I am reminded of how far we've come even in that short amount of time, and what a blessing it is to even have the "normal" days.
― Marissa Miller
I'm currently sitting at a Barnes and Noble, and Bella Grace is accompanying me beautifully on the table. I am at Barnes and Noble because I had a rough day today. I came here in hopes of doing one of two things: to get a book that would enlighten me in some way or another, or to get girly magazine and some chocolate. I quickly decide how I would like my night to go and I wander over to the magazines; because what girl does not want lose themselves in a magazine full of unrealistic fashion and lives of the rich and famous? I soon discovered Bella Grace. it's difficult to put into words the peace that overcame me when I picked up this magazine. I truthfully did not want to buy it because of the price ... but once I sat down and read Christens introduction of the magazine; I can't explain the joy that was stirring in my heart. I have read up to page 28 and already decided I'm buying the copy and telling every friend I know about it. I am so thankful for people like you. Who enjoy the simple beautiful things in life. I feel I have always been sentimental and look for the nostalgic value in all things. This magazine could not have thrilled me more. Life goes by quickly and it's so easy to focus on the negative aspects of our life; but in reality, beauty is always right in front of us.
― Grace Riley