Submissions

Submissions are accepted from brides, photographers, videographers, planners and other industry professionals. I am currently accepting submissions in the following categories:

-Real Weddings
-Wedding Events (Bridal Showers, Rehearsal Dinners, etc)
-DIY Projects
-Styled Shoots

If you have another idea for a submission please don’t hesitate to contact me! I am always on the lookout for unique and original content.

Please Note: The events must take place in Arizona and ideally should have taken place within the last 2 years.

My goal is to provide brides with original content and therefore I would love to be the first to feature the photos.  However, I will consider submissions that have already been published provided that you disclose this information upon submission.

Submission Guidelines 

What I am looking for:

-Details, details, details!  I want to see what made the wedding truly you!
-Photos that tell the story of the event from start to finish
-Photos that show the personality and emotions of the day: passion, fun, surprise, love, laughter…I want it all!
-Photos that show any DIY projects you or your family/friends created

Note:  I am looking to feature all types of Arizona weddings, from rustic to glam, vintage or  traditional, crafty and budget friendly and everything in between.

For Real Weddings submitted by the Bride and/or Groom:

Send 50-75 non-branded/non-watermarked images (preferably in a .zip file or link to a downloadable online gallery) along with the following information to thedesertbrideblog@gmail.com:

Please include as much of the following information as possible, along with associated links:

Date of wedding:
Venue:
Photographer:
Videographer:
Event Design/Coordinator:
Dress (Designer and Location Purchased):
Shoe Designer:
Cake/Dessert:
Floral Design:
Hair:
Makeup:
Bridesmaids’ dresses:
Men’s Attire:
Stationary:

Note:   The Desert Bride loves music too! If you had original music at your wedding, please provide your song selections!

Please also share some details about your wedding day or advice for future brides (and grooms).

For Submissions from a Vendor:

The Desert Bride is a featured editorial partner with Two Bright Lights and I highly recommend submitting via the site.

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For weddings, Send 50-75 non-branded/non-watermarked images (preferably in a .zip file or link to a downloadable online gallery) along with the following information to thedesertbrideblog@gmail.com:

Please provide a description of the wedding.  I would love to hear about how you got to know the bride and groom, how much time you spent together the day of the wedding, any funny or touching moments that occurred throughout the day, your overall impression of the event, etc.

Please try to include as much vendor information as possible, as well as contact information for the bride and/or groom.  Photography/videography credits MUST be given in order to publish the material.

For other special events, please send at least 20+ photos (the appropriate amount may vary depending on the type of submission).  Please provide a description of the event, what your role was, vendor information and any details that help tell the story of the event.  Photography/videography credits MUST be given in order to publish the material.

Photo Requirements
-All photos should be a minimum of 600 pixels wide
-Photos should be primarily in color so that we can see the color palette (although it’s perfectly okay to throw some B&W into the mix)
-All photos are assumed to have been submitted with permission.  Please do not submit any material that you do not have the rights for!

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