Who We Are
First things first—OMG, you’re engaged! Can you tell we’re excited? But, we also know better than anyone how overwhelming wedding planning can be and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
We know we’ve been around for 87 years, but this is not your grandmother’s Brides. Our 10,000+ library of articles gives our 4 million monthly readers the expert advice and beautiful inspiration they need to help plan this momentous occasion, and our award-winning team of editors, writers and experts are the top in the industry. Every day, we meet with wedding planners, photographers, and real brides to maintain an authentic and celebratory approach to weddings. We are active participants in New York Bridal Fashion Week, where we report live on trends before they break on the internet. And we stay on top of every celebrity engagement to bring you the latest ideas that you can borrow for your wedding.
We’re committed to bringing you an inclusive look at the world of weddings, with every type of couple, and every type of celebration. Whether you’re only just thinking about getting engaged (or hinting at it and looking for the perfect ring), in the throes of wedding planning, or already navigating newlywed life, Brides is here to inspire, guide, and entertain you during this exciting, and trying, time. Looking for the most gorgeous wedding dress? Exactly how to word a wedding invitation? Or wondering how to propose to your bridal party? You’ve come to the right place.
So get ready to cry tears of joy as you browse thousands of beautiful images of real weddings, real couples, and real emotional moments.
Our editors and writers take great pride in the quality of our work and create original, accurate, expert content that is free of ethical concerns, conflicts, or misinformation. We share everything you need to know today, while making sure our library is kept accurate. If you see something that doesn’t seem up to date, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com.
As is common in the media industry, Brides editors and writers are sometimes provided with complimentary products or visits to properties for review purposes. While it does not influence our coverage, Brides believes in full disclosure of all potential conflicts of interest. This disclosure is present in any articles where applicable.
Our product reviews are independent and based on research and product testing. If you visit links within our content, we may receive commissions from your purchases, but we never receive any compensation or consideration for the content of our recommendations.
Our writers confirm all information and data gathered for all articles, including news. We consult relevant, diverse, qualified sources to ensure we’re providing proper context and background to the reader.
Each news article is thoroughly reviewed by a staff editor and fact checked by staff. Articles are rigorously evaluated for accuracy, relevance, and timeliness.
If you have noticed an issue you would like to bring to our attention, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our editorial teams are committed to telling readers whenever a factual error has been made on a news story at the time of publication. We will correct the error as quickly as possible and alert readers to the correction. All corrections will be clearly labeled as such, and will include what was changed and when. When an article is factually correct, but the language is not as clear or detailed as necessary, the story may be updated without an editor’s note.
News articles often cover a distinct event in time, so they are not routinely updated. Our editorial teams are continually evaluating and updating evergreen articles to ensure they are timely, accurate, and relevant. Each article is date-stamped to reflect when they were last updated.
If you would like to report an error, you can do so by emailing email@example.com.
Our writers and editors adhere to strict standards for article sourcing. We rely on current and reputable primary sources, such as expert interviews, government organizations, and professional and academic institutions. All data points, facts, and claims are backed up by at least one reputable source.
We strongly discourage the use of anonymous or unnamed sourcing, as this can erode transparency and reader trust. In the rare instance where an unnamed source is used, we will disclose to readers the reason behind the anonymity and provide necessary context.
A cornerstone of our reporting and sourcing is to consider often overlooked perspectives from diverse communities, including BIPOC and LGBTQ+. Our content strives to serve all communities.
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A Diversity Pledge From Brides
Weddings are celebrations of love, and we need to make sure everyone has a voice in that celebration. It is our absolute commitment that everyone sees themselves represented on Brides.
Click here to read our full commitment to anti-racism.
The Brides Team
Anna Price has worked in the wedding industry for eight years and has been an editor at Brides since 2014. She first interned at Condé Nast with Brides through the American Society of Magazine Editors internship program and joined the staff upon graduation.
A leader in the wedding industry, she has spoken at industry conferences around the world and shared expert advice with national media outlets such as The New York Times, USA Today, and Inside Edition.
She has a degree in journalism and English from The University of Alabama Honors College and lives in New York City.
Samantha has been with Brides since 2019.
She began her career writing and managing social media for digital publications including POPSUGAR, Who What Wear, and Delish. She graduated from the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida and currently lives in Manhattan.
Shelby is the senior editor at Brides and has been with the brand since 2021.
Most recently, Shelby served as editor at Lonny Magazine. She spent five years at the site writing about all things home, design, and lifestyle. She previously worked in the bridal space as a digital producer and editorial intern at Martha Stewart Weddings. She graduated with a BA in English from Scripps College and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Maggie has been with Brides since 2019.
She joined the Brides team shortly after graduating from Pennsylvania State University as a digital producer and social media assistant, reporting on wedding-related celebrity news, fashion trends, and real weddings. Maggie is currently an editor at Brides and calls Brooklyn home.
With nearly 15 years of experience in the magazine industry, Kate is an expert in the worlds of decorating, food, and lifestyle. She has covered registry, entertaining, and wedding style for the past five years at Brides, first as the Style Director and currently as a Senior Editor in the commerce department. She has also held positions at Martha Stewart Living, Domino, Cookie, and InStyle magazines. She has a BFA in printmaking and art history from the Rhode Island School of Design and lives in New York City.
Araziel has been with Brides since 2021.
She began her experience in the wedding industry as an assistant consultant at Kleinfeld Bridal. After graduating from college in May 2021, she joined the Brides team as an assistant social media editor.
Araziel has a B.S. in Fashion Media from LIM College and calls Connecticut home.
Lilly has been with Brides since 2021.
Before joining the team, she began her career in the wedding industry at The Knot, where she covered the real weddings section of the biannual regional print magazine. In addition to weddings, she’s also had experience writing about parties, health, fitness, beauty, and fashion for digital publications, such as The Bash and Tracy Anderson Method.
Lilly received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Elon University, and she currently lives in New York City.
Tomoko has been a designer for over 15 years and has been with Dotdash Meredith since 2017.
Before joining Dotdash Meredith, she worked on design and product solutions for a range of organizations in the arts, fashion, hospitality, finance, technology and non-profit. Now, Tomoko strives to create meaningful interactions through thoughtful design as the leader on product design and user experience for Byrdie. Tomoko graduated with a BA in Architecture from Barnard College, Columbia University and lives in New York City.
In the Press
Find our editors on…
- INSIDER: 12 wedding-dress trends that will be popular in 2022, from square necklines to bridal hoods, featuring Anna Price Olson
- Vanity Fair: Joe Biden’s Nephew Cuffe Owens Marries Former Real Housewives Star Meghan King
- Gloss Angeles Podcast: Jenna Ushkowitz is Here! Talking Wedding Prep, Treatments, and of course, Glee
- People: Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz Shares Stunning Photos from Her Los Angeles Wedding
- AP: Wedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep up, featuring Anna Price Olson
- Newsweek: What Is a Micro Wedding? Everything You Need to Know From the Experts, featuring Anna Price Olson
- Bravo: See Dorit Kemsley’s Stunning New Bridal Collection With Nektaria
- INSIDER: Weddings Will Be More Expensive In 2021 And 2022, According to Experts
- The Strategist: What Are the Best (Actually Nice-Looking) Bridesmaid Dresses?, featuring Anna Price Olson
- USA Today: It’s Fall And Love Is In The Aire: This Wedding Season’s Hottest Trends, featuring Anna Price Olson
- Fashionista: Fashion People Have Disastrous Bridesmaid Experiences Too, featuring Anna Price Olson
About Dotdash Meredith
Brides is part of the Dotdash Meredith publishing family.
Dotdash Meredith is the largest digital and print publisher in America. From mobile to magazines, nearly 200 million people trust us to help them make decisions, take action, and find inspiration. Dotdash Meredith's over 50 iconic brands include PEOPLE, Better Homes & Gardens, Verywell, FOOD & WINE, The Spruce, Allrecipes, Byrdie, REAL SIMPLE, Investopedia, Southern Living and more.
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