Wedding PR: Can’t Miss Components of a Real Wedding Submission

Well it’s officially a new year and if you’re anything like my wedding pro friends and clients, you’re taking a very brief breather (between prospect meetings with newly engaged brides of course!) before the wedding season and reviewing your Fall/Winter 2012 portfolio. Some may even be deemed press worthy (or as I like to say, real wedding submission-y) and with an extra ten minutes on your hands, it’s time to take action.

It’s with this in mind that my next guest blog with WeddingWire EDU was conceived. It’s easy to assume that real wedding submissions begin and end with gorgeous images, but there are a few more components that you’ll want to consider before hitting submit.

Please click here to check it out! Our thanks to WeddingWire for the opportunity!

Meghan Ely is the owner of wedding marketing and wedding pr firm OFD Consulting. She is the exclusive wedding pr columnist to wedding marketing journal WedLock magazine and is a highly sought after speaker in the wedding industry. She loves ruffle table runners and Royal Wedding Tchotchkes. To learn how OFD Consulting can assist you with your wedding marketing and wedding pr, please contact us today.


Meghan Ely

Regarded as one of the leading wedding publicists in the US, Meghan Ely combines in-the-trenches event experience with a love of wedding PR. She has earned coverage for her clients with the New York Times, People, Brides, Bridal Guide, The Knot, Martha Stewart Weddings, CNN Money, and more. She is a WeddingPro Expert and long-time contributor to and