Today’s Bride San Francisco, the bay area’s longest publishing wedding magazine, was founded by Cristine Traub Thomas in 1993. The magazine’s fresh and sassy editorial, trend forward ideas and ultra sophisticated design resonate with thirty-something brides and grooms that live, work and play in the bay.
The magazine publishes once a year–early January–and is wrapped with four different, seasonal covers for newsstand purposes. Accompanying the magazine is this recently redesigned website. It’s fully responsive for use on desktops, tablets and smartphones and conveniently mirrors the various features found in the magazine. So, whether flipping pages or clicking links, there’s a familiarity in look and terminology that makes it easy for brides and grooms to find and reference exactly what they’re looking for, regardless of the medium in their hands.
We’re committed to the growth and health of the wedding industry. That’s why we’re members of ISES, NACE SF, NACE SV, WIPA, ACPWC and support a number of non-membership organizations such as BAWN, Tri-Valley Wedding Professionals and more.
When people ask what sets Today’s Bride SF apart from all the other wedding publications that have come and gone over the last 22 years, our response is simple: Distribution. Distribution. Distribution. That, above all else, is why we’re the longest publishing wedding magazine in Northern California. While we love compliments about how beautiful the magazine is, our hearts do an extra flip every time someone says ‘we see Today’s Bride everywhere!’