Get your cute butt down to WHSmiths, Sainsburys or your local newsagent and treat yo’self to the only wedding magazine worth reading (FACT!) The current issue is in UK stores from today! International babes, there has been a slight delay on some of the overseas shipments, so if you haven’t been able to find the last issue yet, keep checking, our stockists should have them very soon! If you can’t bear to wait any longer then you can still order a copy, or subscribe, directly from us.
OK though, this cover, and this shoot, I’m like a proud mama bear. The whole reason I do what I do is so I can provide a platform for anyone who doesn’t feel like they fit in… anyone that doesn’t feel represented in the mainstream wedding media… anyone who feels like an outsider, or different, or maybe just feels uncomfortable with all the patriarchal, traditional shit that can come as part and parcel with a wedding. I’ve wanted to work with a transgender model for a very long time, but it’s also taken a very long time to find one who was right for the job. As soon as I came across Talulah Eve I knew she was perfect.
I’m pretty sure I can say with utmost certainty that this has to be the first time a trans model has been used on the cover of a wedding magazine (feel free to correct me if I’m wrong because I’d love to see it!) and I am so fucking here for it I can’t even tell you.
It’s time for MORE REPRESENTATION, MORE VIABILITY AND MORE SHAKING UP THE STATUS QUO IN THIS GODDAMN ARCHAIC INDUSTRY. This is something I am bringing in HARD for 2020 and I’m excited as FUCK to bring you along with us.
Want to see what else is in store for you inside issue 29? Of course you do…!
The Seventies was a decade of unforgettable fashion, giving us hippie chic, power dressing, glam rock and punk. From Farrah Fawcett to Bianca Jagger, Cher to Debbie Harry, the fashion of this 10-year period was iconic in every sense of the word.
For the fashion editorial shoot in issue 27 I wanted to hone in on this fantastic decade but to bring it bang up to date for the modern bride. Think sequins, ostrich feathers, sparkles and a killer pair of colourful heels!
I LOVED publishing this one (and you guys seemed to too, despite the unconventional cover shot!) and so today I wanted to share some of the images that ended up on the proverbial cutting room floor.
Our stunning models were BFFs Sheri aka Forever Yours Betty and Amanda aka Honeypop Kisses who flew all the way down from Scotland to marry each other for us (ha!) I hope you enjoy looking through the full set.
It’s my favourite time of the month because the brand new issue of Rock n Roll Bride magazine is now on sale! Hop, skip and jump your way down to your nearest WHSmiths, Sainsbury’s or cool ass independent newsie and pick this baby up! And if you can’t find a local stockist, fret not baby doll because you can still order one directly from us with FREE UK SHIPPING. We’re getting close to selling out of our stock of this issue already (what WHAT!?) so if you do wanna have one delivered to your door grab it TODAY.
Rock n Roll Bride magazine was launched in print in January of 2015. In a time when print was ‘dying’ and other magazines were going digital-only, we did the opposite. We’d been a blog for nearly a decade but I was ready for a new challenge, and with everything in my life it would seem, I wanted to buck the trend.
28 issues on and we’re still going from strength to strength, but today’s announcement may just be the biggest we’ve ever made (so far!) I am SO FREAKIN’ OVERJOYED to tell you that Rock n Roll Bride magazine is expanding. From the next issue onwards we are going to be sold in stores in America, Canada AND Australia!!!
THAT’s RIGHT, you’ll now be able to find the magazine in Barnes and Noble in the US, Indigo Bookstores in Canada and select independent book shops and newsagents in the US, Canada and Australia. I know, I know, there are NO WORDS to express just how exciting this is!
One of the things I get asked lots is if we’d ever expand and start selling the magazine overseas (especially in the US) which always made me laugh a little bit because we feature content from all over the world and we ship worldwide, but still, even in 2019, there is a demand to have print products available to purchase in physical stores (plus those international shipping rates can be rough). However even in the UK, where we ship for free, around half of our readers still go out every other month and pick up their copy in a shop rather than ordering it online. I guess there’s still something so satisfying and cool about finding the magazine you want in a store, picking it up and paying for it in person. Wild, huh?
This issue will be in UK stores from September 5th. It’ll appear on US newsstands from October 10th, in Canada from October 20th and Australia from November 19th!
If you are based in these countries and have a subscription or would prefer to order via our website, you still can. Also, if you order during the pre-sale or first few weeks of each issue going on sale, you’ll probably receive your copy before you’ll be able to find it in a shop (the nature of distributing overseas means the availability will be behind the UK release dates. They gotta travel over in a huge container ship!) But nonetheless this is a pivotal moment for Rock n Roll Bride and I COULD NOT BE MORE ECSTATIC ABOUT IT.
OK, OK enough confetti canons, here’s a little cheeky peek at what you’ll find inside this brand new issue. As always you’ll find over 100 pages of real wedding and style inspiration…
This is your bi-monthly reminder that the new issue of the best wedding magazine on the planet, and the only one you should be buying if you want to plan a wedding that TRULY reflects you and all your weird and wonderfulness, is on sale now!
Jog down to your nearest WhSmiths, Sainsburys or local stockist, or save the faff and subscribe below. It’ll get delivered to your door is shiny pink packaging and UK delivery is bloomin’ FREE.