In all of the mainstream glossies catering to the bride, there are none directly targeted at global brides of color. This changes with the launch of Munaluchi Bridal Magazine. “The first bridal magazine tailored to the bride who craves culture and style” is now available in stores across the globe. Stateside sistas can grab copies at Borders, Barnes and Noble, Walgreens and ShopRite. Copies are also distributed to Target, Kmart, Safeway, and international airports like JFK, LAX, and New York’s LaGuardia. Sistas abroad can find copies in the UK and Africa.

Munaluchi’s latest issue features 65 pages of inspiring real life weddings; many are traditional African wedding styles. The print presents loads of tips on makeup, cakes, engagement rings, and even advice on the “I Do’s of Finance” and planning a destination wedding.

One of the neatest features on the magazine’s website is its “Diamond Directory!” This exhaustive resource offers brides-to-be a detailed listing of the top wedding professional across the globe. Listed by U.S., U.K., and African professionals, this is the place to go for planners, photographers, designers, cakes, and hair and makeup artists.

Talk about gawk-worthy visuals of couture gowns and tuxes for the future hubby, coupled with helpful how-tos on making your nuptials special! This print gets our sisterly stamp of approval!

Check out a preview of the latest issue of Munaluchi here!

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  • ohreally

    Just Lovely

  • Love it! I’m a blogger of color in the wedding niche and I can attest to a definite struggle for representation but the good news is it’s getting more colorful every day! The Brides Cafe, The Fab Philly Blog, Wedding Nouveau, Chocolate Brides, The Demoiselle – there’s more and more out there for a diverse bridal audience.

  • Nay

    Wow! I saw this magazine while I was at an airport in Italy and I was like “Wow whose that?” I just assumed it was an Italian magazine that happened to have a person of color on the cover. This is great. She’s stunning!

  • ceecee

    It’s being sold in Italy too? Wow!!
    I saw this magazine at Barnes & Nobles, I was so surprised to see an Igbo title on a magazine so I snapped it up and was pleasantly surprised at the content and level of quality. I bought a copy for my friend who was engaged to be married at the time.

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