We welcome submissions and your ideas for features for the blog.
We are particularly interested in featuring real weddings and engagement shoots – so please send in your photos (remember to get your professional wedding photographer’s permission!) with a little blurb about your theme and the vendors you used to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographers: We are also interested in your model bridal shoots and day after/cherish the dress/trash the dress sessions so send those in too!
Please don’t send more than 20 low resolution photos resized at 640 pixels WIDE [photos with logos are fine] – or our mail box will just die!
Brides/Grooms: We would love to hear you if you like to do a monthly update on your wedding planning up till your wedding day! If you know of a good vendor that should be mentioned on this blog, give us a shout!
Suppliers/Vendors: If you have an idea for a submission for the blog, please do get in touch!
Logos: We don’t mind logos! After all it is all about you, and not about us. As you can see, the blog has a stripped back minimalist look, so logos ain’t going to hurt!
Details: We love weddings with details just like anybody else, but we ain’t going to reject your submission if you don’t have a gazillion details! We want to see people, glorious people getting married, so hit that send button NOW!
Featuring weddings outside the UK: Worried that we won’t feature your work if you work outside the UK? Don’t worry, a lot of our UK readers will go back to their country to get married and will need know of some good local suppliers! So don’t be shy – send it in!
Exclusivity: We understand that as a supplier that you want to make sure your work is seen by the largest amount of eyes possible! So having said that, we like to keep the blog fresh by not duplicating content that has featured on other blogs. If it is fresh and new, we will feature it. If it has been featured on another blog before, give it a couple of months before sending it over to us!
Please note, due to the numbers of submissions we receive we won’t be able to feature everything (though we would love to!)
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