The bi-monthly bridal magazine, which has a circulation of 50,142, was relaunched in April along with its website, which now features a planning tool and a personalised microsite enabling brides to organize their big day.
The planning tool's features include online RSVP for guests and a downloadable seating plan. The website attracts more than 500,000 unique browsers per month, according to NatMag's own figures, which are not audited by ABCe.
Miranda Eason, who took over editorship of the title in January this year, said: "Thankfully, wedding trends have moved on from 1985 fashion with flounces and frills, and early advice for readers of 'Don't bring your problems to bed. Leave them in the kitchen or at the office'.
Advertisers in this issue include dress designer Jenny Packham, Debenhams, Harrods, Ralph Lauren.
"As a magazine we are dedicated to looking forward to forthcoming trends for style-savvy brides, and 25 years of helping create perfect weddings has ensured we know exactly what our readers want."
Matt Salmon, publisher of You & Your Wedding, said that the magazine's longevity is testament to the "quality of excellent editorial" and its "strong connection" with generations of brides-to-be.