Keija Minor

Editor in Chief: Brides

Keija Minor is editor in chief of Brides and and responsible for the development and oversight of all editorial initiatives and Brides-branded licensing deals. Keija was editor in chief of Uptown prior to joining Brides. She had previously been editor in chief of Gotham, following her role as managing editor of Los Angeles Confidential and Aspen Peak. Keija practiced corporate law before making a career transition to publishing.

In more than 80 years of publication, Brides has remained the most widely read magazine in the category and the country’s foremost authority on engagement, weddings, and marriage. Brides is published six times a year by Condé Nast and reaches 5.4 million readers per copy. is a leading resource for engaged women, with original content, image galleries, and interactive tools such as checklists, countdowns, and inspiration boards that enable brides to save and share ideas via Web and mobile. Brides is available digitally on all platforms. Brides stationery lines with Target, Gartner, and Checkerboard Fine Papers are available online and in retail stores across the country.