Advertise with The Broke-Ass Bride

The Broke-Ass Bride is an award-winning wedding blog that focuses on empowering couples to use creativity as currency to rock a badass wedding without breaking the bank! Since 2008, under the steadfast leadership of the OG BAB herself, Dana LaRue, The Broke-Ass Bride has helped countless brides and grooms achieve the weddings of their dreams without sacrificing their hard-earned dollars. The blog has been featured in numerous publications and websites, including BRIDES Magazine, BuzzFeed,, Bridal Guide magazine, The Huffington Post and many more. In December 2014, “The Broke-Ass Bride’s Wedding Guide” was released by PotterStyle, an imprint of Penguin/Random House.

With a large and dedicated following and a highly interactive audience, The Broke-Ass Bride aims to continually engage, empower and inspire brides and grooms to think outside the box and craft the weddings of their dreams, on a budget that makes sense for them.

The Broke-Ass Bride has collaborated with brands large and small, and is a huge supporter of the little guys, so our advertising prices aim to help businesses of all sizes reach our readers. Past partnerships include Clorox, Bing, Target, Alfred Angelo, Noritake China and more. For further information, questions or just to give an e-high-five, email christen {at} brokeassbride {dot} com, or fill out the form on our contact page. And if you have other fun and awesome ideas on how we can work together, just holler! We like fun.

Connect with Our Audience

With over 73K monthly visitors who generate over 120K monthly pageviews, The Broke-Ass Bride readers come for the fun and stay for the party. Daily blog posts from Real Brides sharing their own wedding planning journeys in conjunction with sage wisdom, industry insider tips and tricks and a plethora of great shopping resources draw in an intrigued and engaged audience. Our original content and well-planned editorial calendar is created with our budget-conscious couples in mind.

Who is The Broke-Ass Bride Audience?

  • Engaged women averaging in age from 25-38
  • Couples with budgets ranging from $1,000 to $40,000
  • Mostly urban and suburban, located worldwide
  • Couples whose priorities include meaningful ceremonies, amazing venues, delicious food, gorgeous photography and spending quality time with friends and family
  • Actively engaged on social media
  • Couples who aren’t afraid to spend money on what’s important to them, but who prefer to be budget-conscious with their wedding so they can save for their future (home, savings, honeymoon)
    Social Media StatsWork With UsWe have tons of fun opportunities available, and are open to putting together awesome new ideas. Got a specific package in mind? Great! Holler at us and we’ll work with you to put together something amazing. *

Sponsorship Opportunities

A note on our rates: We love working with businesses of all size, from tiny indie artists to huge companies and gladly welcome those new partnerships. However, our rates are set in order to account for the time, energy and value that goes into reaching the following we’ve worked so hard to attain. While we are happy to have discussions regarding specific packages, please understand and respect that we’ve set our rates at what we believe is a reasonable amount to keep us accessible but still allow us to put a roof over our heads and food in our stomachs.

* Payment must be received before campaign goes live. All posts, including social media, must include disclaimer stating it was a paid campaign. Refunds are not available for any sponsorship opportunity. Links must not direct users to spam, porn, abusive sites or viruses. The Broke-Ass Bride reserves the right to refuse any campaign for any reason. All clickthrough users must land on the same page. Posts may not contain offensive, abusive or otherwise derogatory language, at the discretion of The Broke-Ass Bride.
* Any changes made to sponsored content must be requested within 24 hours of the post’s publication. Changes requested outside that timeframe will require a nominal fee to be paid.