Washingtonian Media announced that Washingtonian Bride & Groom, its decade-old magazine, will be relaunched as Washingtonian Weddings.  According to Washingtonian: “The new name is a direct reflection of the magazine’s dedication to inclusivity and effort to celebrate all couples’ expressions of love and commitment. Though the magazine has always covered same-sex weddings, says Washingtonian President and CEO Catherine Merrill Williams, the publication needed a modern name that better reflected the diversity of its readership.”

“I am very proud that we have run pictures and stories covering LGBTQ weddings for many, many years, but now our name on the outside will better represent the content on the inside,” said Williams.

Though the name will change, the magazine’s focus on photography, detail, and advice will not. With an annual circulation of 60,000, the twice-yearly magazine is available at newsstands and upscale bridal salons throughout the region. It also has a web presence as part of Washingtonian’s website, whose weddings section includes pictorials of recent ceremonies, news about the industry, and a online vendor directory.

The magazine’s editor, Amy Moeller, said, “We are proud to continue to serve as the top resource for brides and grooms across the DMV and as a connector to our talented industry of wedding professionals.” Following the release of the issue in December, Moeller said she is looking forward to celebrating the rebrand with our friends and supporters across the industry.


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