Real life wedding at the Town Hall Hotel in London, with York Place Studios (32)

We are looking for weddings of ALL flavours to feature on our blog!

One of the first things to pop up on my instagram this morning was a note from Annabel at Love My Dress: simply, her heartwarming response in support of featuring LGBTQ+ weddings on her blog, to a reader whose worldview was sadly – just wrong! Reading Annabel’s wonderful message made me proud of the wedding blogging world, and I wanted to (virtually) stand with her and say that ALL weddings are welcomed equally on – always. I don’t think I say it enough, to be honest.

So right now I’m looking for new wedding submissions to fill the blog’s editorial calendar in the coming months, and I want to make a real point of inviting submissions of every single type and style and flavour – I’m looking for love, romance, and beautiful images alongside inclusivity, and I rely on you guys to send me weddings to feature! So if you have a wedding you’d like to see published here, please get in touch!

As ever, the weddings I love to feature are beautifully photographed, with new and different creative ideas and inspiration to share with the brides and grooms reading the blog. Details are a BIG deal – but it’s about the moments too. You’ll win my heart with stunning golden hour images, couple shots, and creative decor and styling.


How to submit your wedding for a blog feature

If you’re a bride or groom, please ask your photographer to get in touch. Give them the link to my submissions page.

Photographers, please ask your couple for permission to publish their wedding on the English Wedding Blog before you submit images. Then email me with:

  1. A brief introduction to the wedding. What makes it wonderful and inspiring? Tell me a little about the venue too, and any other suppliers involved in the day.
  2. A link to a Dropbox folder containing 60ish of your most beautiful, bloggable images. Please note I ONLY use Dropbox for submissions; no other file sharing service.
  3. Images should be 900px wide (not longest edge! Even portrait orientation images need to be this width). Please send lots of detail images (flowers, stationery, venue styling) and couple portraits.
  4. I’ll send you a link to my interview form for your couple to complete. (If they choose not to, it’s ok – we can still publish so long as you have their permission.)

I’ll also need your website and social media handles if you’d like us to include these in your feature.

Thank you so much for your support!

 Header image credit: Gorgeous newlyweds Dorito & Michael, by London wedding photographers York Place Studios. See their full wedding here!

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.



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