Submit Your Wedding and Wedding-Related Photos to Martha Stewart Weddings
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We publish real weddings and pre-wedding celebrations five days a week on MarthaStewartWeddings.com and in print in the Martha Stewart Weddings annual issue. We accept rolling submissions—we are constantly looking for great events to feature. Please note that we require exclusivity and therefore ask that you do not submit a wedding that has already been published in other magazines or blogs. If you are a photographer or vendor, please check with the couple before submitting photos to ensure that they are interested in being featured.
We review styled shoots (preferably without models) on a case-by-case basis; the editorial should have an obvious service element and communicate a clear, inspirational and original idea to our audience.
To submit your wedding, rehearsal dinner, welcome party, bridal shower, vow renewal, or other wedding-related event for consideration, email the following information about your wedding to MarthaReal.Weddings@meredith.com.
- Your name
- Wedding location(s), including city and state
- Event date
- Your wedding photographer's name, website, and email address
- A brief paragraph about what makes your wedding special, highlighting the details and ideas you think were most important
- 100-150 images that you think represent your wedding best. Ideally, these are sent as a link using a file sharing program like Dropbox or Pixieset (be sure to alter the privacy settings as necessary and include any passwords). Please do not embed your photos into the body of the email or send Facebook links or WeTransfers.
If your wedding has not taken place yet but you would like us to consider it, please send us the first five items listed above, as well the key vendors you are working with and any visuals or additional information that will help us get a better idea of what you have in mind for your big day.
We will contact you if we are interested in getting more information from you.
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