Thursday, 13 February 2020 10:45

Saratoga Bride Website: New Look, New Features for New Brides Home Page Home Page is relaunching! 

The bridal website, owned by Saratoga Publishing, is the place to go for anyone in the wedding planning process. Whether you’re thinking about engagement, recently engaged, or have been planning your wedding for awhile, there’s something for every bride and groom.

The website follows the Saratoga Bride magazine, and along with being a digital companion to each issue, can offer more information and perspectives at regularly updated intervals. It also signifies the expanding market of the Saratoga Bride brand from south of Albany, up to Plattsburgh, and into eastern Vermont.

The Saratoga Bride website offers a variety of advice, ideas, and information to couples at any stage. Website articles range from how to know if your significant other is “the one,” how to plan a great proposal, and how to choose the perfect barn-wedding venue. 

The website’s new look and design is thanks to Mike Nelson, who co-owns with Saratoga Publishing owner Chad Beatty. “Our number one goal is to be the best resource in the region to brides,” said Nelson. “We’re very excited about this relaunch, and think it’s a great tool and resource for anyone in the stages of engagement and wedding planning.”

Beatty also expressed his enthusiasm for the website. “I am very excited to offer a bridal website that matches the quality and visual appeal of our award winning Saratoga Bride magazine,” he said. “The partnership with Mike is a win/win for everyone involved. Mike has the technical expertise and skillset to deliver an exceptional online product. We have the name recognition, content and background, and the readers now have a high-end bridal website for all of their wedding planning.”

“With Mike at the helm of, and Chris Bushee [Managing Editor at Saratoga Publishing] at the helm of Saratoga Bride magazine, I can’t think of a better team to deliver exceptional bridal products to the upstate region,” said Beatty. 

For more information, check out, and be on the lookout for the next issue of Saratoga Bride magazine, out Feb. 21. 

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