New Issue of Munaluchi Bridal W/ First Ever Celebrity Cover

Munaluchi Bridal, the first African-inspired bridal magazine to launch nationally across the US as well as internationally, is adding a bit of culture to newsstands. Jacqueline Nwobu, Editor-in-Cheif was once a frustrated bride disappointed with the lack of women of color in bridal magazines. Nwobu turned her dissatisfaction into a thriving business. Since its start, Munaluchi bridal has put out two issues and is ready to release its third. Besides claiming its space on stands, the magazine has been featured on the CW/PIX 11 Morning News and the ABC6 Morning News among other press.

Munaluchi Bridal’s Spring/Summer 2011 issue will be available on newsstands and Target stores everywhere February 11, 2011. It is available online now at Munaluchibridal.com with Free Shipping when you use the code: FREESHIPPINGUS.

This third issue covers everything from dresses, reception decor, food, and a special look into real life weddings with Lala Vazquez as the first celebrity to be featured on the cover. “Munaluchi Bridal is rapidly evolving into a much needed resource for all women, whether engaged, single, hopeless romantics or just plain lovers of all things beautiful,” said Nwobu.

In this Issue:

A Conversation with Lala | page 42
With a decade of career success already under her belt, Lala Vazquez added the role of wife to her roster when she married her soul mate, Denver Nuggets superstar Carmelo Anthony. In our interview, Lala discusses motherhood, her next career moves and her new role as wife.

Beautybox | page 32
Stunning makeup tips for a fresh, luminous spring look, plus jewelry and accessories to get you glamorous for your big day.

Spotlight: Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier | page 52
Since 2002 Mark Ingram has owned one of the most chic and stylish bridal atelier’s in Manhattan. In this interview he talks about how he got his start in the bridal industry and also provides a few tips for the modern bride.

Making Frugal Fabulous | page 112
The “Budgetnista” dispels the popular myth that there can be no romance without finance. She breaks down four ways you can use a little creativity, communication and compromise to make frugal fabulous in your relationship.

Check out behind the scenes coverage of a recent Munaluchi bridal editorial photo shoot.

Munaluchi Bridal targets women of color, a severely untapped audience but the magazine is well received by all women, regardless of race and ethnicity which speaks volumes. Munaluchi is filling a void in the bridal market and does it beautifully by providing amazing photographs and content that is uniquely rich. There is inspiration in Jacqueline Nwobu’s story and her vision lends itself to beautiful women and their bridal planning world-wide. Preview and buy Munluchi Bridal now online.

If you are a writer or a publicist reading this post, contact Munaluchi Bridal to pitch content or get your client featured in future issues.

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Posted on January 28, 2011, in Event Planning, Events, Lifestyle, Public Relations and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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