Have you ever organized a wedding or at least been part of the planning activities? I haven't, and frankly, I'm not particularly looking forward to it, given the amount of stressed out brides I've seen. I recently started watching the series 'who's wedding is it anyway' and believe me, the meekest bride turns into a godzilla because of wedding preparations. Here is where African Bride jumps in to save the day (in fact to save the whole process).
No more hair pulling, dress ripping, tear spilling brides because African Bride a.k.a. AB provides both preparation and options. AB focuses mainly on African brides based in the UK who want an infusion of culture and tradition to their special day. They provide information on different aspects of the wedding, from cake to makeup to vendors, many catering to the specific needs of Africans. And the magazine is free!
Also featured in the magazine are the experiences of other brides, who their vendors were, their highs and lows, etc. The idea is for you to learn from real life success stories.
A major feature of the magazine is the articles on the many issues surrounding weddings. These articles provide information and advice on everything from cakes, choosing venues, budgeting, bridesmaids, etc.
The magazine also has a very wide list of different vendors who you can check out and use (and increase your options)
African Bride Magazine has got such a commendable mission which aims to make your African wedding day special and stress free; from the inception to the completion. And, they also have giveaways (think cruise trips for that perfect honeymoon *wink wink*).
You can contact AB Magazine at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (for Simi) and check out their website here. Right now they are focused on the UK though, so that's good news to those of you who are there!