LET'S BEE TOGETHER

submissions

We’re always on the lookout for new posts whether it’s from a photographer showcasing a recent wedding, an industry supplier providing assistance to nearlyweds, or newlyweds with advice for people planning their own weddings. We're always on the look out for weddings that will inspire our readers and fit in with our light and airy aesthetic.

Let's Bee Together is an exclusive blog, which means that we generally only consider previously unpublished weddings and shoots that are not being considered elsewhere. We will however accept features previously published in print.

By submitting to Let's Bee Together you are agreeing to not submit the same images to appear on any other digital platform other than your own website/blog (or that of the other suppliers involved) within one month of its publication on Let's Bee Together.

 

WHO ARE OUR READERS?

Our readers are the fantastic people who make this blog successful!

REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS

Have your own regular blog piece published, or one off advice for nearlyweds

FREQUENTLY ASKED

Check out our FAQ's if you've got any questions about blog submissions

FEATURE EXPECTATIONS

When we feature your submission, we would love for you to share it!

HOW TO SEND A SUBMISSION

Send us your images and as much information as possible for your feature

REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS

We love receiving work from bloggers, writers, journalists, and various wedding professionals. If you’re interested in becoming a regular contributor and have some great wedding ideas for the blog then we would love to hear from you. Get in touch by email with the subject line “guest blog post submission”. In the email simply tell us what your line of posts would be about (maybe it’s D.I.Y, how to arrange your own flowers, calligraphy tips… whatever you love doing and think would be a good fit for Let’s Bee Together) and send us a few examples of your work. We'll have a nosey and let you know if we think you’ll be a good match for the blog and if so then woohoo.

A few notes to keep in mind:
- We accept articles of varying lengths from 250-1500 words
- Content must be original
- All photos which are submitted must include relevant photo credit and authorisation of use
- References must include appropriate cites

ADVICE SNIPPETS

Little gems of advice for nearly-weds are welcome on the Let’s Bee Together wedding blog. These pieces of advice are much smaller than a full blown article (around 100 words or less) and should be a tip to help future couples with planning their wedding or wedding related event. We require three portrait and one landscape image for these features, as well as the usual photographer credit and couples names. Please send a link to download the images as our inbox receives so many emails every day we don't accept photo attachments. You can send your advice snippet via our contact page here
 

EXPECTATIONS

If the Let’s Bee Together wedding blog features your submission then we expect you to share it across your social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.) within two days of the post going live. Any social media posts should include a reference to LetsBeeTogether.com appropriate for that platform with a link back to the blog post. We expect you to post a link to your article on your blog or website (if you have one) within 72 hours of it being published on the Let’s Bee Together wedding blog. If you have an email subscriber list, we highly encourage you to promote your article in your next e-newsletter or email.
 

20,000+

readers per
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6,000+

couples
featured

7-14

posts per
week

100+

submissions
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HOW TO SEND A SUBMISSION

We currently accept submissions only via Matchology or Two Bright Lights. No email submissions are reviewed or answered.

To be considered for publication we require 100-150 photographs for real wedding blog or styled shoot submissions and around 50 photographs for smaller blog submissions such as proposals, boudoir etc. Images should not have watermarks or borders.

We love colour images as they look best on our blog. Detail shots are always important but they should be included as a healthy balance with the rest of the wedding story. We do keep in mind that details aren't the be and end all – we will consider featuring weddings where detail was very low on the agenda.

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