Happy June, friends! I hope you’re enjoying the summer sunshine + warm weather. May was such a fun month! My husband and I celebrated our anniversary, our little guy turned 3-months-old, and we had a bunch of fun wedding PR features go live. I’m sharing them below, as well as a wedding PR tip of the month. Have any questions about wedding PR or the styled shoot/real wedding submission process? Ask them in the comments + follow @publishedandpretty on Instagram!
Photo: Morning Light by Michelle Landreau | Chancey Charm | Featured on Grey Likes Weddings
May Wedding PR Features
- Chic Vintage Brides: Holly Von Lanken Photography featured in ‘Setting the Mood’ – Regal Wedding Inspiration at Anderson House
- Grey Likes Weddings: Chancey Charm Atlanta featured in Courtney and Adam’s Wedding at Foxhall Resort
- Confetti Daydreams: Stacy Able Photography featured in Classic Fall Barn Wedding with a Rustic Twist
- Couture Colorado: Chancey Charm Denver featured in Romantic Neutrals with a Touch of the Tropic
- H&H Weddings: Mason Photography featured in Ryan and Ben
- Rocky Mountain Bride: Chancey Charm Denver featured in A City Wedding with Mountain Touches
- The Celebration Society: Holly Von Lanken Photography featured in Ethereal Early Fall Wedding At Dunaway Gardens
- WeddingLovely: Chancey Charm Boston/Cape Cod featured in Enchanting Cape Cod Winter Wedding
- Southern Celebrations Magazine | Volume 7 (Print): Chancey Charm featured in the beautiful Belle Meade Plantation Spring Wedding Inspiration Shoot
- WeddingLovely: Chancey Charm Nashville featured in Classic Blush Wedding with Vintage Details
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Wedding PR Tip of The Month
Are you designing a styled shoot with a certain magazine or blog in mind to submit it to? Wedding PR tip: Spend as much time as you can researching the wedding publications you would like to submit to when designing your styled shoot. If there’s a target wedding blog or magazine you’re wanting to get featured in, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the aesthetic of the publication before you shoot. What types of detail shots do they like to feature? Do they prefer a combination of horizontally and vertically alined photos, or do they stick to mostly vertical shots? Is the vibe more classic, boho or something else? And what about the photography style – is it light and airy, traditional, bright and colorful? The more research and preparation you do, the better your chances will be when getting published in your dream wedding blog or magazine.
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