There are many ways to work with and appear on The Wedding Industry Journal.
If you are, or you know someone who is, a great writer, keen blogger, able to provide a regular monthly blog post, are an expert in your field and able to write for the audience of Wedding Businesses (not couples) please email us at email@example.com
We consider every enquiry however we cannot guarantee to accept every submission. This may be due to one or more reasons, for example; the current contributors from your area of expertise is covered, the volume of content currently banked and ready to post, or your style of writing does not reflect the Wedding Industry Journal’s ethics and values.
We strive to inform, inspire and educate on all aspects of the industry and would like to highlight and include the full scope of experiences of Wedding Professionals through diverse and inclusive coverage. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your views heard.
- We’re always happy to receive your articles as submissions, however please bear in mind that anything featured will need to be written for the audience of wedding professionals and venues – NOT for couples.
- Your article must be either inspirational, informative, or educational. If you’re looking to advertise your business or event, guest posts are not the place to do so.
- If you wish to promote your business or event on the Journal, and you feel that a post is more appropriate for you than either the Business or Training directory, please do email us at email@example.com to discuss sponsored posts and advertorials.
BTS Styled Shoot Submissions
We are happy to feature some Behind The Scenes stories and images from styled shoots – these are to inspire and educate other wedding suppliers and venues readers, rather than for couples.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with no more than 1000 words describing the inspiration behind the shoot, location and up to 10 images showing the suppliers working and a selection of the final images. You will need the photographers permission for this.
It is the responsibility of the person submitting the shoot to ensure that all information submitted is correct. It is the submitters responsibility to ensure that any links provided to credit those mentioned are accurate.