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Photo Courtesy of: Jazzy Mae Photography

BlackBride.com is the premier online resource for brides of color. We've been serving brides of color for seventeen years. We are a unique one-stop resource that enables couples to capture the essence of their journey, marry their personal style to the momentous occasion, and truly have a wedding experience they can call their own. Check in with us daily for all the wedding inspiration you can handle. We've got you covered!

Our Digital Magazine’s editorial pages address all the needs of today’s engaged couples— with even more inspiration, from the latest news in fashion and beauty, to the best registry items, breathtaking wedding decor, the hottest honeymoon destinations and more. We provide inspiring, informative, beautiful content that covers every area of love and life from the proposal to the wedding and beyond the aisle.

In the Wedding Industry, you very rarely see women of color featured online, in print, on the bridal fashion runways, or on television. We fill this void and give our readers what they’ve come to expect from us since 1998. African-Americans alone spend more than $1.6 billion annually on weddings. We want to shine the light on brides of color in an elegant, chic, manner, while providing the best resources in planning the most important day of a women's life.

We cover every aspect of wedding planning for an unforgettable wedding, and prepare couples for the exciting road ahead of them: married life. We also provide support for couples beyond the aisle with articles and inspiration. All couples have to do is type "After the Aisle" in the search box for an array of informative tips to keep the marriage alive and well.

We welcome and encourage couples who are getting married around the globe to select wedding vendors from our Bridal Suite, Collective of Fine Wedding Vendors. We truly believe that all women are beautiful in their own light, and deserve to have the wedding of their dreams regardless of race or ethnicity.

Mary Chatman
Editorial Mission
Black Bride

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