working with a lowcountry wedding - submissions, advertising OPPORTUNITIES!
A Lowcountry Wedding focuses on real weddings, bridals, engagements and styled shoots captured along the coast of Georgia and South Carolina, specifically in and around Savannah, Hilton Head, Charleston and Myrtle Beach. Whether you're planning an intimate beachside ceremony or a big Plantation wedding, our goal is to provide brides with endless Lowcountry inspiration. From timeless, Southern style to modern, edgy and just plain beautiful, we're here to share it all!
If you are interested in becoming A Lowcountry Wedding Vendor and would like to review our media kit please send an email with the subject “Vendor” to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, we offer a range of print options and online banner ads you can purchase below.
For the opportunity to be featured in A Lowcountry Wedding Magazine or on our blog, please submit your real wedding, bridal sessions or styled shoots to Two Bright Lights or via email to email@example.com. We ask that all weddings to have taken place along the Lowcountry coast in the past calendar year. Because it's our goal to provide our readers with fresh, new content, we prefer to only publish events that have not previously been seen elsewhere.
We accept submissions via dropbox to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Two Bright Lights. All submissions should include complete vendor credits, the bride's contact info and a brief explanation of the event. Please make sure all images are sized to 650 pixels wide.
Due to the number of submissions we receive, we are only able to post a small number of engagements and bridal shoots per year. Additionally, we try our hardest to get back to each and every submission but if you haven't heard from us in 10 days, please feel free to submit elsewhere.
We like to keep our content fresh, so we require exclusive submissions for A Lowcountry Wedding Magazine.
For blog submissions, we'll make occasional exceptions for weddings and/or shoots previously seen in another publication if we think our readers will enjoy the content.