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Wedding Blogs You Can Find Me On!

I’m so lucky that I get to work with the nicest couples and shoot the loveliest weddings. I’m always striving to be one of the best wedding photographers in Devon, so I’m always thrilled when my weddings are featured on the top UK wedding blogs and magazines!

There are tens of thousands of photographers out there so there is a lot of competition. Each time one of my weddings is published I do a little happy dance!

If you’re planning a wedding you’ve probably already browsed some of the more popular wedding blogs. Wedding bloggers love to tell the couple’s story in their own words alongside some gorgeous couple portraits. They also like to feature beautifully photographed details of the day from the dress to the table décor to inspire new couples in their wedding planning.

From festival yurt camp weddings to glamorous manor house weddings, click on the badges for inspiration and advice featuring my amazing couples!

As featured on Boho Weddings
As featured on B Loved
As featured on Bride and Tonic
As featured on My Wedding Notebook Wedding Blog
As featured on The English Wedding Blog
As featured on Marry Me Ink Wedding Blog
As featured on Whimsical Wonderland Wedding Blog
As featured on Wed Magazine Wedding Blog
As featured on Brides Keeping it Real Wedding Blog
As featured on Your Devon and Cornwall Magazine Wedding Blog
As featured on wedding secret memories & milestones Wedding Blog
As featured on bride magazine memories & milestones Wedding Blog

How to get featured on a wedding blog.

If you’re a newlywed couple who’d love to show off your photos or perhaps even a wedding photographer yourself, check out my 5 tips for submitting to wedding blogs.

  1. Do your research. Browse some of the popular blogs online and get a feel for their style. Do they love detail photos or are they more about the personal story? Some of the blogs require exclusivity so once you submit a wedding to them it’s best not to submit it elsewhere until you’ve heard back from them. Be patient as this can take several weeks.
  2. Choose a blog that suits your wedding theme. For example, if you’ve had a festival wedding in a tipi, it’s no good sending your wedding in to a blogger who features luxe, glamorous weddings. Take the time to find out the name of the blogger and address them personally. Let them know what you like about their blog and why you’ve chosen them to offer your wedding to.
  3. Read the submission guidelines carefully. They receive thousands of weddings every year so following their instructions makes life easier for them. What file size do they need the images to be? Do they prefer Dropbox or WeTransfer? Do they prefer colour or a mix of colour and black and white (most prefer colour to show off all the lovely details).
  4. Don’t just pick the top blogs. If you search for ‘Top 50 wedding blogs’ of the year you’ll find some new and up-and-coming bloggers who would might really appreciate new content for their blog.
  5. Try local bridal magazines who often have an online version of their magazine too. They love to show off the locations and venues in their area by featuring real weddings.